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The following is a press release submitted to SOURCE media by the Mary Ann Morse at Heritage. Press releases are submitted by government entities and organizations often to the digital news media outlet. SOURCE publishes them as a community service. Press releases are typically published as received. A press release is not independent reporting by journalists.


FRAMINGHAM – Mary Ann Morse at Heritage, a non-profit senior living community serving Metro West, announces the implementation of the Lucynt Magic Table, exciting state of the art gaming technology designed to bring fun, physical activity, and mental stimulation to cognitively challenged seniors.

The Magic Table is an innovative projector-based gaming system that tracks its players’ body movements and gestures.

Over 100 simple, colorful, interactive games are projected onto a blank wall, table, or floor, creating a digital world of play where all can participate.  The cutting-edge games help cognitively challenged seniors to stay alert, increase their physical activity and social interaction, and most importantly – experience fun. 

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The Homestead Memory Care Program at Mary Ann Morse at Heritage is one of the first facilities in the area to feature this state of the art technology.  “Memory Care residents across the state have been particularly affected by the reduced activity level and increased isolation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.  These Magic Table games can be played in a safe environment and significantly enhance our residents’ quality of life,” said Bethany Mercer, Executive Director at Heritage. 

Mary Ann Morse at Heritage Senior Living is located at 747 Water Street in Framingham and features independent & assisted living, mental health care, and an adult social day program in addition to its memory care program. 

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