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  Education/ Network Wednesday May 19th4:15-5:30 PM- Program: Type 2 Diabetes Complications and the Path to Prevention- Presented by Scherrie Keating - sponsored by Tatnuck Park at Worcester and Shrewsbury Crossings - 1 LICSW, LCSW, LSW CEU - 1 RN, LPN Contact Hour - CDP Certificate of Attendance “This program has been submitted to The Commission for Case Manager Certification for approval to provide board certified case managers with 1 clock hour” - According to the ADA, “despite the many advances in Diabetes care, 30-43% of patients still do not meet targets for glycemic, blood pressure or cholesterol control and only 23% meet targets for all three.” Attend this program, develop an improved understanding of microvascular and macrovascular Diabetes complications, recommended screenings and treatment options. Leave motivated and ready to empower those living with Diabetes to start down the path of prevention, control their Diabetes ABC’s, reducing risks of complications so they can live a longer, healthier life with Diabetes. - RSVP to Kristie Greenwood @ kgreenwood@benchmarkquality.com


Network  Thursday May 20th from 4-6pm for a professional networking event and your opportunity to meet the Marketing & Wellness Directors for the Artisan At Hudson. Beth Burns 508-284-1905


Education/ Network ·Thursday, May 20th -6:30 PM – Virtual program Part 2 : Prevention Detection & Treatment of Memory loss presented by Elizabeth Vassey, Psy.D – Learn about measures to prevent, detect and treat memory loss, why early diagnosis of Mild Cognitive Impairment, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia matters for brain health, and new medications to slow Alzheimer’s progression. - Please RSVP to Sharon Loveridge, Community Outreach Director at sloveridge@salmonhealth.com to receive the link!


Education/ Network Thursday, May 20th7-8:30 PM- Virtual event- Thriving at Home: Caring for a Loved One with Dementia, Cary Library of Lexington with Alzheimer's Association (MA/NH Chapter)-We're kicking off the annual Lexington Goes Purple month-long series of events related to the Alzheimer's Association's Longest Day with a talk by Dave Tasto and Eunice Bempong, RN of Assisting Hands Home Care. Dave and Eunice will focus on how people can plan to stay in their own homes for as long as possible, making the home safe and managing health at home, and knowing when to ask for help or consider alternative living arrangements. They will also talk about how caregivers can care for themselves so they can continue caring for a loved one as long as possible. Multiple resources will be offered as well.  To join this event, email ThrivingatHome@assistinghands.com for the Zoom link!

 

Education/ Network Thursday, May 20th -11:00 AMWebinar via ZOOM – Open to all! – Generations Law Group presents “Planning Ahead to Age in Place”- with Samantha Gentel, Esq. of Generations Law Group, Dave Tasto, Owner of Assisting Hands Home Care, and Angela Spears, CLTC, Financial Services Professional from New York Life Boston Office – Planning is crucial when you wish to stay in your home as you age, especially if you will need assistance to do so. Join our panel of experts as they outline what is involved in planning for long-term care and aging in place, and what it looks like if you have a crisis and need to put your plan into action. - Click Here to register online for the Webinar or call 978.263.0006  – After registering you will receive an email confirmation with a link to join the webinar    

  

 Network Tuesday, May 25 Metro-West  Senior Real Estate meeting. Please download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system.Monthly: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/tZMsceqoqzkrGNGQJFCz1AE9ShxSF6UA-QA2/ics?icsToken=98tyKuGvrz0pGtGXsRuCRpwEBY_ob_TwmHpcjY16rTXDIDoCQyavBepaAZQpJfmd

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Network/Education Wednesday May 26th- 12:00 to 1:00 PM – Virtual CE via Zoom - Living Well: Making Every Moment Count - A conversation of what it means to live well, the barriers we face, and how we can start to do so. - Presented by Northbridge Communities and Care Dimensions sponsored by Stone Hill at Andover - to register email  resources@northbridgecos.com and for questions email or call Libby Mattei at lmattei@northbridgecos.com or 508-965-0690.


Network/Education Wednesday, May 26th4:30-6 PM- The Reservoir Center for Health & Rehabilitation (400 Bolton St., Marlborough MA) – Breeze-Thru BBQ – Join the Reservoir for the first Breeze thru BBQ of the season!-Drop by for socially distanced networking and cocktails, before taking dinner from the Firefly’s BBQ to go! Dinner on us! –*Please wear a mask when picking up food & maintain social distancing while networking* Please RSVP by 5/20 to Tina Tempia ttempia@nathealthcare.com 508-782-8263 or Mary Dumont mdumont@nathealthcare.com 781-927-8175

  

Network/Education Wednesday May 26th-  6:30 PM- Virtual program brought to you by Whitney place Natick, Presented by the Alzheimer’s association- The 10 Warning Signs of Dementia - Early detection, diagnosis and intervention are vital to provide the best opportunities for treatment, support and planning for the future when it comes to a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. Come learn the most current information about the ten biggest warning signs. Please RSVP to Sharon Loveridge, Community Outreach Director at sloveridge@salmonhealth.com to receive the link!

  

Network/Education Now through May 30th – Traditions of Wayland (10 Green Way, Wayland MA) – Local Food Drive – Traditions has partnered with My Brother’s Table Soup Kitchen at Good Shepherd Parish to help those in need. Please help us give back to our community by donating canned goods and non-perishable food items. By supporting our local soup kitchen, we will help serve many of our local families in need. Please Drop off all donations at the Traditions of Wayland entryway.


Network/Education Friday June 4th – 7:45 AM -3:15 PM- Live online via ZOOM- 6 CEs -  Dueling Epidemics: Learning to Make A Positive Impact - hosted by Tammy Pozyericki and Scherrie Keating- sponsored by Benchmark Senior Living - Until recently, Alzheimer's Disease and Diabetes have been independent diseases, both expanding to epidemic proportion in the United States. Healthcare professionals play a significant role in joining the efforts to improve the lives of people living with these diseases. Attend this conference and increase your knowledge of Diabetes and Dementia and how current research is showing the merging of these two diseases. Leave with practical strategies and tools to utilize in every day practice resulting in a positive impact and making a difference in the lives of many. Upon completion of the evaluation and post-test, each attendee will receive a Certificate of Attendance, which will include approval confirmation for 6 hours of continuing education credits or contact hours for the following professionals: *Case Managers, Nurses, Social Workers, Dental Professionals, and Certified Dementia Practitioners *This program has been submitted to The Commission for Case Manager Certification for approval to provide board certified case managers with 6 clock hours. RSVP to EBD@benchmarkquality.com


Network/Education Tuesday, June 8th- 2-3 PM- Virtual event -Accessing Home Care (Needham COA) - Is caring for a loved one at home getting to be too much?  Attend this program presented by Dave Tasto, local author and owner of Assisting Hands Home Care, to learn more about getting extra support at home for you or a loved one. He will discuss common situations at home, the types of help available and provide advice on how to find the best care at home for your needs.  Dave will also share tips from his book “Thriving at Home - A Handbook for Preventing Hospital Stays” including specific actions you can take to keep your loved one healthy at home and out of the hospital. To join this event, email ThrivingatHome@assistinghands.com for the Zoom link!


Education Fri June 11 9-10am Virtual yoga class. Register: 339-234-7039 theartisway.com/LexingtonEvents 

 

Network Tuesday, Jun 22 Metro-West  Senior Real Estate meeting. Please download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system.Monthly: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/tZMsceqoqzkrGNGQJFCz1AE9ShxSF6UA-QA2/ics?icsToken=98tyKuGvrz0pGtGXsRuCRpwEBY_ob_TwmHpcjY16rTXDIDoCQyavBepaAZQpJfmd

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Meeting ID: 871 6305 2125Passcode: icecreamOne tap mobile+19292056099,,87163052125#,,,,*72424058# US (New York)+13017158592,,87163052125#,,,,*72424058# US (Washington DC)


Education/ Network Wednesday, June 23rd6:30 PM-Virtual program Part 3: Eating for a Healthy Mind with Sarah Clarke, Regional Clinical Dietician – Join us for a discussion about nutrition to help optimize brain health and to preserve memory as we age. Find out how diets, specific foods, spices and supplements can affect the health of your brain. Start earing smarter today! Please RSVP to Sharon Loveridge, Community Outreach Director at sloveridge@salmonhealth.com to receive the link!


Education/ Network May 11 1-2pm  “Medication and Aging: An increasingly difficult terrain to navigate” A series of free talks with FR. JOHN R. SIBERSKI, SJ, MD. Carmel Terrace, 933 Central Street, Framingham RSVP to Dixie Emond demond@carmelterrace.org • 508-788-8000 x425

  

Education/ Network Friday, June 25th – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM – Virtual 1-day Conference with 4.5 CEs available – Presenting Sponsor MA LGBT Chamber of Commerce. “LGBT Elders in an Ever-Changing World” – 10th Annual Conference – A conference focusing on interdisciplinary practice and community engagement for people working with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender older adults and caregivers. Keynote speaker sponsor is Good Shepherd Community Care with keynote speakers Photographer Jess T. Dugan & Social Worker Vanessa Fabbre, Ph.D., LCSW “I’ve Got My Game On: Insights from Trans Elders on Well-Being in Later Life”.  Conference fee: $95 w/CEs - $75 no/CEs - $25 Seniors-Students.  To register and learn more about the conference keynote presentation and workshops, visit lgbteldersconference.org

  

 Network Tuesday, July 27 Metro-West  Senior Real Estate meeting. Please download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system.Monthly: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/tZMsceqoqzkrGNGQJFCz1AE9ShxSF6UA-QA2/ics?icsToken=98tyKuGvrz0pGtGXsRuCRpwEBY_ob_TwmHpcjY16rTXDIDoCQyavBepaAZQpJfmd

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Meeting ID: 871 6305 2125Passcode: icecreamOne tap mobile+19292056099,,87163052125#,,,,*72424058# US (New York)+13017158592,,87163052125#,,,,*72424058# US (Washington DC)


Education/ Network May 11 1-2pm  “Socialization as we age: The importance of community ” A series of free talks with FR. JOHN R. SIBERSKI, SJ, MD. Carmel Terrace, 933 Central Street, Framingham RSVP to Dixie Emond demond@carmelterrace.org • 508-788-8000 x425  


Network Tuesday, Aug 24 Metro-West  Senior Real Estate meeting. Please download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system.Monthly: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/tZMsceqoqzkrGNGQJFCz1AE9ShxSF6UA-QA2/ics?icsToken=98tyKuGvrz0pGtGXsRuCRpwEBY_ob_TwmHpcjY16rTXDIDoCQyavBepaAZQpJfmd

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Meeting ID: 871 6305 2125Passcode: icecreamOne tap mobile+19292056099,,87163052125#,,,,*72424058# US (New York)+13017158592,,87163052125#,,,,*72424058# US (Washington DC)


Ongoing…  

* (Monthly Parkinson's Support Group!) First WEDNESDAY of every month 6:00 - 7:30 PM at The Falls at Cordingly Dam in Newton - Parkinson's Classroom - Understand. Educate. Support. - The complexity of Parkinson's Disease severely impacts families, caregivers and those with PD.  Our group provides opportunity of support through various educational topics, guest speakers from experts in the field of PD and meeting others who understand - facilitated by Niki Sinopoli LICSW, co-sponsored by Bob from Right at Home Boston Metro West. This group is for caregivers, family members, and those with PD - RSVP to Niki at niki@nextstepeldercare.com or 617-903-0076

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