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Hello from Peter Yvanovich. This is a temporary page for my Networking Friends and Colleagues.
If you know of an event, please email me so I can add it to the listing* (certain restrictions apply)
 
There are many networking events within 30 miles of Boston. If you are part of one that is not listed, please email me so I can spread the word.

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Mar 21 Century Bank

Mar 24 Carmel Terrace

Mar 27 Heywood Wakefield Commons

Mar 28 The Highlands, Fitchburg

Mar 29 Lunenburg

 

Apr 10 Carmel Terrace

Apr 24 Orchard Hill

Apr 26 Lunenburg

May 31 Lunenburg

Jun 28 Lunenburg

July 26 Lunenburg

Aug 30 Lunenburg

 

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Mar 19 Tue [Education & Network] 10 AM to 3 PM – Wingate at Sudbury  -  “Give the Gift of Life: Donate Blood” – Did you know? One blood donation can save 3 lives! Give the gift of life at our community blood drive, hosted in partnership with our neighboring senior living community Traditions of Wayland! Please RSVP by Friday, March 8th to 978.443.2722 or mbunting@wingatehealthcare.com  

Mar 19 Tue [Education & Network] 8:30 AM Registration and Refreshments, 9:00 to 10:00 AM Presentation/Q&A – Wingate Residences at Norton – 1 Contact Hour for RN/SW/CM -  “The Challenges of Change: How Healthcare Reform is Impacting Elderly/Disabled Patiensts and Families” – presented by Thomas Clougherty ESP. CFP. CELA and Rita Evans, RN-CCM Elder Care and Benefits Coordinator at United Senior Advisors, Inc. RSVP to Yvette Morse at 508.285.3355 or ymorse@wingatesrc.com

Mar 19 Tue [Education & Network] (every 3rd Tuesday) Caring conversations- a gathering for caregivers. Youville Place, 10 Pelham Road, Lexington 1-3pm Free

Mar 20 Wed [Education & Network] 4-6:60 PM-Brighton house-Dine n’ Dash-tour and dinner to go - Come learn what makes Brighton House one of the best Nursing homes in Massachusetts and enjoy a complimentary dinner to go! RSVP by March 15th to Gretchen Diamantegdiamante@banecare.com 617-383-6619

Mar 20 Wed [Education & Network] 5:30 PM Registration, 6:00 – 7:00 Presentation with Q&A – Emerson Hospital, Cheney Conference Room – “Got Confusion? Memory Loss and How it Feels – please join us for a free educational program about dementia for families and caregivers.  This presentation will explain the “why’s” of confusion, how to prevent increased confusion and how to embrace it as part of the journey – Presented by Mal Allard, CAEd and Founder of Their Real World.  Refreshments served 5:45 – 6:00 PM. To RSVP, please contact Emerson’s Care Management Team at 978.287.3170 or twilkie@emersonhosp.org.

Mar 20 Wed [Education & Network] 8:30 refreshments & networking-9-10 Meeting- North Hill in Needham-West Suburban Area Alzheimer’s Partnership Meeting-Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia 2019: “Reasons for Hope” an interactive presentation covering the basics of Alzheimer’s disease and related neurodegenerative disorders, including important warning signs, steps towards prevention, and the latest research going on in prevention and treatment. Join Dr. Robert Stern for an educational presentation combining humor and science, with question and answer to follow.- for professionals, family members, caregivers and concerned individuals –No need to RSVP

Mar 21 Thur [Network] SSN Metro West (meets 3rd Thurs every month). The Willows, 3 Lyman Street, Westborough 8am Free

Mar 21 Thur [Network] SSN Boston South (meets 3rd Thurs every month). Atria Marina Place. 4 Seaport Drive Quincy Ma 8:30am Free Kindly RSVP to Randy Veraguas Randy.Veraguas@atriaseniorliving.com

Mar 21 Thur [Education & Network] 5:30 PM Registration/Refreshments, 6-7 Presentation, 7-7:30 Networking – 1 RN CEU ($10 for non-members) - Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital Huvos Auditorium (no validated parking available) – “Medical Marijuana in Palliative Care and Hospice Care” presented by John Halporn, M.D. Director, Dept or Medicine, BWFH, Instructor, Harvard Medical School. Sponsored by the Boston Area Chapter of the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association.  All is welcome but space is limited – Please RSVP to bostonhpna@gmail.com.

Mar 21 Thur [Education & Network] Full day conference-Butler’s Hospital Ray Hall- Treating dementia symptoms: a Non pharmacological approach-a behavioral and holistic approach promoting dignity, purpose, and hope for individuals with dementia - presented by Dementia Training for Life, LLC. Speakers include Dr. Daniel Potts co-author of A Pocket Guide for the Alzheimer’s Caregiver, Shanti Douglas, a Mindfulness and HeartMath Certified Coach, Patti Said, Executive Director of NE Cognitive Center, Justin Oakly, OTR or Oakley  Home Access, Laurie Mantz, OTR of Dementia Training for Life, and Nicole O’Malley, RMT from Hands in Harmony, and more! Approved for 7.5 CEUs for RNs. Awaiting confirmation on SW CEUs.-Registration $125 per person-Register atwww.dementiatraining4life.com

Mar 21 Thur [Education & Network] 5th Year Anniversary Celebration for Hearing and Brain Centers of New England. Nuovo Restaurant, 92 Shrewsbury St, Worcester 5-8pm 

Mar 21 Thur [Education & Network] 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM – Heritage at Framingham – “Come & Learn more about The Club at Heritage” – an Adult Day Social Program!  To RSVP, call Dominic Librandi at 508.665.5370 or dlibrandi@heritageassistedliving.org  

Mar 21 Thur [Education & Network] Dementia Live. St Francis, 101 Plantation Street, Worcester 4-7pm Free

*Mar 21 Thur [Education & Network] Alzheimer's disease...diabetes of the brain? by Scherrie Keating Century Bank, 400 Mystic Ave, Medford 4:30-6pm see attached flier

Mar 21 Thur [Education & Network] 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM – Artis Senior Living of Lexington, 430 Concord Ave, Lexington – “VIP GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION” – Delicious Food, Cocktails and Live Entertainment – RSVP by March 14th to 781.538.4534 orlexington@artismgmt.com – valet parking is available.

Mar 21 Thur [Education & Network] Champagne open house tour. Waterstone at Wellesley, 23 Washington Street, Wellesley 1-4pm Free

Mar 25 Mon [Education & Network] Lunch & learn: normal aging vs memory loss. Dedham COA 735 Washington Street, Dedham 12 noon Free

*Mar 27 Wed [Education & Network] presented by Jane Fleishman. Hey wood Wakefield Commons, 50 Pine Street, Gardner 8am Free

Mar 27 Wed [Education & Network] Carmel Terrace in Framingham – 5:00 PM arrival 5:30 – 6:30 PM Presentation -  “STUFF Love It or Leave It” – This humorous presentation by Ann Newberry, Senior Move Manager and Owner of Smooth Transitions will gently start you thinking about how to go through your lifetime of treasures to decide what to keep and directions to go with everything else.  She will help you “take the stress out of changing  your address!”  Please RSVP to Dixie Emond at 508.788.8000 ordemond@carmelterrace.org

Mar 27 Wed [Education & Network] Designer Bingo bash featuring genuine bags, wallets & accessories. Bridges by Epoch, 1 Farmstead Lane, Sudbury 5:30-7pm Free

Mar 27 Wed [Education & Network] 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM – Eliot Center for Health and Rehab in Natick – “Vietnam War Veterans Ceremony”We will be recognizing Vietnam War Veterans’ Day by holding a pinning ceremony for Vietnam Veterans in our facility as well as those affiliated with the VFW- Needham Post.  A Breakfast will be provided for all who attend. If interested please contact Michelle Scully Director of Admissions & Marketing at 774-567-3358  or Mscully@nathealthcare.com

Mar 28 Thur [Education & Network] 6:00 to 8:00 PM – Paddy’s Public House, 95 Elm St., W Newton – “Fundraiser to Benefit Good Shepherd Community Care” Support Stephen Campbell in his 2019 Boston Marathon Run – 15 Years of Service on our board and 7 Boston Marathons for our Care & 26.2 miles to go!!  Raffle, silent auction, cash bar, light appetizers.  $25 at the door (2 raffle tickets included)!!

Mar 28 Thur [Education & Network] Open House. Notre Dame du Lac, 555 Plantation Street, Worcester 4:30-6:30pm Free

Mar 28 Thur [Education & Network] 1:00-3:00 PM- Jamaica Plain Branch of the Boston Public Library, 30 South Street – “Mood, Memory & Aging”join us for a discussion with Jennifer Gatchel, MD, PhD, Asst Psychiatrist, MGH and McClean Hospital about mental health symptoms that may be experienced in late life as well as the relationship between depression, anxiety, and Alzheimer’s disease risk.  Tips on maintaining your mental wellness will also be discussed, in addition to potential challenges. Light refreshments will be served – To register or for more information visit alzmassnh.org/meeting-of-the-minds or call 800.272.3900

Mar 28 Thur [Education & Network] 4:30-6:30 PM- The Residence at Valley Farm Ashland - Mix and mingle!-with colleagues while enjoying signature cocktails and delicious hors d’oeuvres. Meet our new Director of business Development Lori Becerra-RSVP by March 25th to Jonathon Terlaje at jterlaje@residencevalleyfarm.com or 508-532-3197

Mar 28 Thur [Education & Network] Coffee, Continental breakfast and networking at 8:30 AM Program 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM- Youville Lexington- Lexington Providers Meeting-Staying on the Cutting Edge of Fitness with Peoplefit - featured speaker is Pat Agostino, Co-owner and Manager of Peoplefit. He will provide insight into his process of utilizing modern research to develop individualized exercise programs.-Guests welcome! Parking is available-Please RSVP to 781.861.3535 - For more information, contact Yanira Motto atyaniramotto@youvillehouse.org

*Mar 28 Thur [Education & Network] The Commissioner's 2018 World Series Trophy. Take pictures with this iconic and prestigious award. The Highlands, 335 Nichols Road, Fitchburg 11am-1pm Free

*Mar 29 Fri [Education & Network] Eagle House Memory Cafe. 10-Noon Free Eagle House Community Center, 25 Memorial Drive, Lunenburg. Irish step dancers with students from the Anne Boucher school.

Mar 30 Sat [Education & Network] 9 AM-1PM – Youville Lexington- 2019 Alzheimer’s ConferenceYouville Place Assisted Living invites the community to a conference for caregivers, family members, friends and loved ones of individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. This conference features expert speakers, engaging presentations and a variety of support resources - Presentations: “Let Me Take Your Hand” presented by Maria Benoit, Dir of the Courtyard at Youville Place, “Using Nature and Exercise to Improve Quality of Life & Wellness in Adults with Dementia” presented by Tom Byrne PT DPT, Steve McLean PT DPT and Vidhi Vora PT DPT from Fox Rehab, and “Opening Minds Through Art” presented by Simona Granfone and Lin Kelleher, Certified AMP Facilitators –  To RSVP email Jo Christopher at jchristopher@youvilleplace.org or call 781-861-3535!

Apr 3 Wed [Education & Network] Corridor 9 Expo. DoubleTree Hotel, 5400 Computer Drive, Westborough 4-8pm Free

Apr 4 Thur [Network] SSN North (meets 1st Thurs every month). TBD  8am Free

Apr 4 Thur [Network] Waltham Crossing Assisted Living – 8:15 to 9:45 AM – Waltham Provider Meeting – This meeting will be networking and Agency UpdatesNo need to RSVP.

Apr 7 Sun [Education & Network] 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM – Waltham Westin Hotel – “Health and Wellness Spring 2019 Show” – get mini treatments, screenings, buy and sample products and interact with local experts in the health and wellness field.  For more information go towww.healthandwellnessshow.net, email Walter Perlman at waltershowphotoart.com or call at 508.460.6656 – FREE ADMISSION PASS or you can be an exhibitor!

Apr 8 Mon [Education & Network] 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM – First Parish Unitarian Church, 26 North St, Medfield – The Meeting House Lunch Club for LGBT Seniors, Friends and Allies – Light Lunch and Presentation by Thea Iberall “Out and Proud” – RSVP to Hessco at 781.784.4944 or lrachin@comcast.net.  Suggested meal donation $3 for seniors over 60, $5 for anyone under 60.

*Apr 10 Wed [Education & Network] Changes to the VA pension by Patty Servaes. Carmel Terrace, 933 Central Street, Framingham 5:30-6:30pm Free

Apr 10 Wed [Education & Network] 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM - Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel and Trade Center Marlborough- Nurses and clinical coordinators training Refine your skill set and learn new management tools -Part of excelling as a nurse, resident care director, executive director, clinical coordinator or any role in assisted living is knowing your industry. We all want our residents to age well. How can you enhance your caring skill set to promote wellness and keep residents healthy and happy? Get the latest industry information during an interactive day with expert-led workshops on a variety of important and current assisted living topics. PRESENTED BY Mass ALA!  *6 BORN & NASW CEU’S available-Registration is now open and Sponsorship opportunities are available! For more information  www.mass-ala.org or https://massala.site-ym.com/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1203573&group=

Apr 11 Thur [Network] (meets 2nd Thurs every month). Providence House, 180 Corey Road, Brighton 8am Free

Apr 16 Tue [Education & Network] (every 3rd Tuesday) Caring conversations- a gathering for caregivers. Youville Place, 10 Pelham Road, Lexington 1-3pm Free

Apr 17 Wed [Education & Network] 9:45 AM to 11:15 AM – Woburn Senior Center, 114 School St. – “The Science of Hope: Progress Toward a World without Alzheimer’s Disease” – presented by the MetroNorth Alzheimer’s Partnership and Alzheimer’s Assoc MA/NH – Speaker is Kelsey Gosselin, MA, Mgr of Medical and Scientific Research Engagement for the Alzheimer’s Association – Come hear about the latest research in the field and learn more about clinical studies! – to register call the Alzheimer’s 24/7 Helpline at 800.272.3900 orcommunityresourcefinder.org

Apr 17 Wed [Education & Network] 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM – Whitney Place at Sharon – “Medicare Advantage’s Effects on Population Health and Discharge Planning” – Understand CMS’s proposed changes to Medicare Advantage Plans for 2019; what “supplemental benefits” mean for plan members, including in-home caregivers, palliative care, transportation, adult day care and more; when benefits start; see examples of Benefiot Uniformity, which may be universal for Medicare in the future.  Each participant will leave with a delicious dinner for two prepared by Whitney place including a salad, entree, dessert & wine!  RSVP to Jodi Tolman at 781.784.0111 orjtolman@salmonhealth.com at least one week prior to the event.

Apr 18 Thur [Education & Network] 1:00-3:00 PM- Alzheimer’s Association Worcester Office, 100 North Parkway, Worcester – “Neuropsychiatric Symptoms in Late Life and in Early Alzheimer’s” presented by Jennifer Gatchel, MD, PhD, Asst Psychiatrist, MGH and McClean Hospital about. Dr. Gatchel will review common psychiatric symptoms in late life and in early Alzheimer’s disease.  She will also discuss clinical research aimed at understanding the neurobiology of these symptoms, and current approaches to their treatment.  Light refreshments provided – To register or for more information visit alzmassnh.org/alztalks or call 800.272.3900

Apr 23 Tues [Education & Network] 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM – St. Patrick’s Manor in Framingham – 1 CE RN/SW/NP Breakfast Event – “Being Mortal” more info to come – RSVP to cmorrell@stpatricksmanor.org 

*Apr 24 Wed [Education & Network] Aging with dignity: helping today's elders understand their choices. 4:30pm Free. Orchard Hill, 761 Boston Post Road, Sudbury  

*Apr 24 Wed [Education & Network] Meet the team. Carmel Terrace, 933 Central Street, Framingham 3-5pm Free

Apr 25 Thur [Network] (meets 4th Thurs every other month). TBD

*Apr 26 Fri [Education & Network] Eagle House Memory Cafe. 10-Noon Free Eagle House Community Center, 25 Memorial Drive, Lunenburg. "Hidden Treasures" custom tour at Fitchburg Art Museum. 

Apr 27 Sat [Education & Network] 9:30 AM Registration, 10:00 – 11:30 Presentation and Q&A – Callahan Center in Framingham - “The Science of Hope: Progress Toward a World without Alzheimer’s Disease” – presented by the MetroWest Alzheimer’s Partnership and Alzheimer’s Assoc MA/NH – Speaker is Kelsey Gosselin, MA, Mgr of Medical and Scientific Research Engagement for the Alzheimer’s Association – Come hear about the latest research in the field and learn more about clinical studies! – To reserve your spot call the Callahan Center at 508.532.5980

May 8 Wed [EVENT] Antiques Appraisal Day event. Waltham Crossings, 126 Smith Street, Waltham Time TBD Free 

May 9 Thur [Network] SSN Central/Worcester (meets 2nd Thurs every other month). Whitney Place, 238 West Main Street, Northboro 8am Free 

May 21 Tue [Education & Network] (every 3rd Tuesday) Caring conversations- a gathering for caregivers. Youville Place, 10 Pelham Road, Lexington 1-3pm Free

*May 31 Fri [Education & Network] Eagle House Memory Cafe. 10-Noon Free Eagle House Community Center, 25 Memorial Drive, Lunenburg. Rock painting with Karen Swantee  

June 5-7 [Network] at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel in Falmouth – “New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show”  Six States. One Conference. Hundreds of Attendees. The New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show is the region’s premier event for home care and hospice agencies. It’s hosted by the six New England state home care associations, which collectively represent nearly 400 organizations. This conference is designed for senior and mid-level administrative and clinical staff. The conference features multiple keynote sessions, workshops, and intensive programs. Topics are designed to meet the needs of all agencies, including Medicare-certified, private duty, and hospices. The trade show is the largest home health and hospice expo in the Northeast. Browse our website and register for this fabulous education and networking event!  http://www.nehcc.com

June 18 Tue [Education & Network] (every 3rd Tuesday) Caring conversations- a gathering for caregivers. Youville Place, 10 Pelham Road, Lexington 1-3pm Free

*June 28 Fri [Education & Network] Eagle House Memory Cafe. 10-Noon Free Eagle House Community Center, 25 Memorial Drive, Lunenburg. "Welcome Summer" cookout at Cogshall Park in Fitchburg 

*Jul 26 Fri [Education & Network] Eagle House Memory Cafe. 10-Noon Free Eagle House Community Center, 25 Memorial Drive, Lunenburg. Music therapy with Andrew Rohwer  

 *Aug 30 Fri [Education & Network] Eagle House Memory Cafe. 10-Noon Free Eagle House Community Center, 25 Memorial Drive, Lunenburg. Piano music with Adam Bergeron

 

 

 

 

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