June 16th, 2020
David V. Hunter, President & CEO, speaks to radio host Vinnie Penn on Mary Wade's gradual reopening of our campus to visitors and in-person family meetings, and we expect to be ready to go by the end of June. We know these have been a difficult several months for our residents and families, and we thank them for their exceptional cooperation during this time and we are thrilled that they will be able to spend some time together soon.
June 12th, 2020
NEW HAVEN, CT (WFSB) -- A New Haven nursing home hit hard by the coronavirus, is hoping family members will soon be allowed to visit once again. The Mary Wade Home is planning outdoor, in-person visits for later this month in their garden area.
June 5th, 2020
NEW HAVEN – (June 5, 2020)—As Mary Wade Home prepares for the gradual return of outdoor in-person family meetings and visits there, President and CEO David V. Hunter assured residents and their family members that it will all be done with an abundance of caution and within guidelines set forward by city, state and federal health officials.
May 26th, 2020
“Hope is a thing with feathers that perches in the soul, and sings the tune without the words and never stops at all.” Emily Dickinson
Recovery is a very tricky thing. There are so many layers to consider when we begin to speak about it; the emotional, physical and spiritual tolls are present and then there is fear. Fear of the unknown and what life looks like once we open the door even a little. There are so many opinions about where we are and what we should be doing.
Ben & Jerry's by Mitchell Wollen and his family
May 20th, 2020
Residents and staff enjoyed a visit from Ben & Jerry’s ice cream today thanks to the generosity of Mitchell Wollen and his family. Mitchell is a sophomore at Xavier High School who has started a nonprofit that makes signs in support of healthcare workers. From the sales of the signs, they donate the proceeds to benefit the staff of local hospitals or nursing homes while at the same time supporting local businesses. Thanks to Mitchell and his family for sharing the love! Check out Mitchell’s story here and here.
Op-Ed by David V. Hunter, President & CEO
May 15th, 2020
We'd like to share an Op-Ed that appeared in today's New Haven Register, submitted by David V. Hunter, President & CEO of Mary Wade. Click Here
Mary Wade Neighbors Give 11 Minutes Of Thanks
May 5th, 2020
We have been moved to tears and we thank our wonderful neighbors for their thoughtfulness and support during this very difficult time.
May 1st, 2020
A nightmare: “something such as an experience, situation or object having the monstrous character of a nightmare or producing a feeling of anxiety or terror” Merriam Webster Dictionary.
The nightmare has arrived. We want to wake up but we can’t so we struggle with our terror and our fear. We hope this is just a bad dream and someone will pinch us awake, but it isn’t. It’s a nightmare that is wiping out the Greatest Generation. Read More...
April 1st, 2020
Stories of Covid-19 - Know your Enemy
“So it is said that if you know your enemies and you know yourself you can win a hundred battles without a single loss.” The Art of War …Sun Tzu
Walking into Mary Wade today a big banner hangs over the doorway saying “Heroes Work Here.” No truer statement has been made in a long time. Fighting Covid-19 is a war. In this war there are many battles to fight. Many of them are not known to those outside the walls of our campus. Read More.....
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