The Conversation Project is dedicated to helping people talk about their wishes for end-of-life care. Click on the link above, and begin the conversation with your loved ones!
We have a room available!
For the first time since 2014, Island Commons has a lovely private room with bath available for immediate occupancy. We can be flexible to meet YOUR needs…short-term Respite Care, Winter Residency (enjoy winter with no worries about power outages, no grocery shopping, no shoveling!) or join us for a long-term stay. Call Amy Rich, Administrator, for more information about how Island Commons can meet your needs. All inquiries confidential (207-846-5610)
Join us for a party!
what a great party! Click here from photos by Bev Johnson. Thank you to all (a record crowd!) who turned out to celebrate with us!
6th Annual Harvest Dinner...& Island Commons 20th Anniversary Celebration!
Friday, Sept 14th 4:30-6:30
Help us celebrate with great food, good cheer & live music! This is a community "thank you" event, open to all...don't miss it! The Studio will be open for your browsing pleasure throughout the event...
One treasure...two gifts!
August 2018 - Bill Daugherty (left) presents an historic cane to Chebeague Island Historical Society president Toby Webb. The cane, decorated with a whale tooth encased in engraved sterling, will become a part of the Historical Society's collection. Although the exact history of the artifact is not certain, most likely it was brought back to the island by one of Chebeague's 19th-century ship captains. The cane was donated to Island Commons which then auctioned it with the understanding that the successful bidder would donate it to the Historical Society. Daugherty, a Chebeague summer resident, was the winning bidder and the cane will remain on Chebeague as part of the island's rich maritime history.
Thank you to the RECOMPENSE FUND for awarding Island Commons $8,000, targeted toward our continued financial sustainability....
As a MaineCare provider, Island Commons is faced with navigating a highly regulated system with complex rules for reimbursement...which invariably fall short of the actual cost of providing residential care. Professional services of a RCC Business Services, CPA-led firm who specialize in this area, has helped us to maximize our reimbursement rate and reduce the funding gap inherent in the MaineCare system, saving Island Commons tens of thousands of dollars. We thank members of the Recompense Fund for their grant, which will help to cover the cost of this important financial service...and provide a return in value many times over!