The Courier

A Look inside Cabot Cove of Largo Assisted Living & Integrated Memory Care Community

Hawaiian Luau with Pomai Nash

One of the most festive experiences here at Cabot Cove is the Hawaiian Luau! We were eager to learn traditional hula dancing from Pomai. She is so passionate about what she does and loves sharing her heritage with others! Our Covians had a blast at our Luau in January. Barbara got up and showed off her dancing skills! We feasted on appetizers prepared by Gabby, and a delicious pineapple rum punch! The ladies wore flowers in their hair and the traditional Hawaiian Lei, and skirts. We talked Raymond into wearing a Lei too! What a great way to warm up the winter months! Join us for our next big February bash Valentines with Elvis!

Cabot Cove assisted living residents Hula dancing

Barbara showing off her dancing skills

Cabot Cove resident celebrating Hawaiian Luau

Linda posing in photo booth Aloha!

Cabot Cove has an excellent
Library for all your book
reading needs!

Louise loves her reading time.

assisted living resident with book smiling

Encouraging, Loving, & One of a Kind!

Introducing our new resident – Rose T.

Rose was born and raised in New Jersey. When Rose was a young girl she loved to go fishing with her dad, who would sometimes take her to the Boardwalk in Atlantic City to fish off the dock. Rose is an only child. Her favorite thing to do was to play with her dog Tippy. Rose’s first job was at a Dairy Queen. She also worked as a hairdresser for several years. She married her sweetheart Clarence at age 17. They met at a popular swimming hole in New Jersey, where he saved her from a river undertow. For them it was love ever since. After vacationing in Florida, they fell in love with the area and decided to move to Seminole, Florida, where they lived their entire marriage. They’re favorite pastime was deep sea fishing. They would catch big fish and take home and share with the neighbors. Rose and Clarence did not have any children. They did have two horses; Gemini and Thunder, which they rode quite often. They also had a little shih tzu dog named Samson. Clarence was a building contractor in the Seminole area. Rose was his assistant and helped him with many of the contracting jobs. She loved working by her husband’s side. Rose loves living at Cabot Cove. She has made many friends already. Rose is a loving and encouraging person, who loves life, and reflecting on the memories of her husband and their life together.

Cabot Cove resident Rose
Cabot Cove Assisted Living welcomes new resident


Resident Council Meeting
16th @ 10:30am

Valentines Party with Elvis!
14th @ 2:30pm

February Birthday Party with The Cruiser
23rd @ 3:00pm

Mardi Gras Party
21st @ 2:30

National Healthcare Food Services Week
Feb 6th –10th

Questions about independent assisted living or integrated memory care?
Call us at 727.539.1200