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Life at Taylor Community springs back

May 4, 2021

LACONIA — Paula Chambers, 74, who came from Georgia, found a calling and nickname during COVID-19 that may spark vines at the Taylor Community’s locations in Laconia and Wolfeboro, with help from others who like to garden. She also hopes to lure newcomers who have uncovered the joys of dabbling in dirt while sheltering at… Read More »

Sugar Hill Retirement Community joins the Taylor Family

February 11, 2021

Taylor Community formally announces that Sugar Hill Retirement Community has joined the Taylor Family. “This is a phenomenal day for Taylor Community, Sugar Hill, and the Town of Wolfeboro,” says David Pearlman, Chairman of the Taylor Community Board of Trustees. “We are very proud of the level of success Taylor has had in delivering high… Read More »

Taylor Completes Purchase of Sugar Hill

February 8, 2021

Taylor Community is incredibly excited to welcome Sugar Hill Retirement Community into the Taylor Family! After many much anticipated months, the day has finally arrived that has closed the purchase of Sugar Hill. This is a great day for Taylor Community and for the residents of Sugar Hill who are now part of our community.… Read More »

Vaccination Day at Taylor Community

February 8, 2021

The Laconia Daily Sun covered the vaccine administration at Taylor Community, as residents and staff both received their vaccine within weeks of roll-out. Both groups received both doses of the Pfizer vaccine, which was administered by partners at CVS. To read the article about the vaccine roll-out at Taylor, written by Adam Drapcho at The… Read More »

Celebrating Taylor Community’s Care Management Team

February 8, 2021

Taylor Community is filled with people whose life’s work is caring for others, and nowhere is this more apparent than in our Care Management Department. Along with Hank Offinger and Diane Poh, Care Management Nurse Heather Bell and TaylorCare’s Sandy Berry, Laura Brown, and Cathy Dutton are here supporting residents and their families seven days… Read More »

Life is better in a Community

June 19, 2020

This past March our lives were all flipped upside down as the pandemic moved across the country and the state began to shut down and order us all to stay home.  It was a scary time for most as we tried to understand how to stay safe, healthy and support one another. What emerged during… Read More »