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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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Sept 12 Brightview, N. Andover

Sept 18 Wingate Norton

Sept 18 Scherrie Keating

Sept 18 Brightview, Woburn

Sept 18 Bridges, Sudbury

Sept 19 Whitney Place

Sept 25 Blaire House

Sept 26 Whitney Place, Sharon

Oct 8 Brightview, N. Andover

Oct 24 Whitney Place, Sharon

Oct 28 Plaza Boston


Nov 5 Fitchburg State

Nov 20 Whitney Place Natick

Nov 21 Whitney Place, Sharon


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Sept 12 Thur [Network] SSN Central/Worcester (meets 2nd Thurs every month). Residence at Orchard Grove, 258 Walnut Street, Shrewsbury 8am Free

Sept 12 Thur [Education & Network] 1-3pm-Borderland State Park, North Easton-Borderland Park BBQ-You won’t want to miss our special BBQ at Borderland State Park. Take some time out of the office to enjoy a delicious BBQ. Don’t forget to invite your peers! Event co-hosted by Norton skilled nursing and assisted living community and Sharon skilled nursing.-Please RSVP by September 9th to Jessica Shead at 508-285-7745 or

Sept 12 Thur [Education & Network] 4:30 Registration/Dinner - 5:00 PM Start – Cornerstone at Canton –  1 CEU RN/SW“Medical Ethics and Boundaries: Doing the Right Thing” Join us for a special professional education program that will address the role of medical ethics and its relationship to personal values and boundaries and how that impacts one’s work in healthcare.  RSVP to Michael Schaus at 781.821.3616 or

*Sept 12 Thur [Education & Network] What will you do with your 8,000 days? North Andover Country Club, 500 Great Pond Road, North Andover 5:30-7pm Free See flier

Sept 13 Fri [Education & Network] 8:30 AM registration 9-11 AM program-Shrewsbury Senior Center- “Hospitalization When Someone Has Dementia”, sponsored by Worcester Area Geriatric Social Workers (WAGS)- Come listen to Dr. Nina Silverstein, professor of Gerontology from UMASS Boston and learn about challenges persons with dementia face in hospital settings. 2 Social Work CEUS available -Registration is $25. Checks payable to WAGS and mailed to Shelby Marshall 8 Church St, Suite 10,Westborough, MA 01581or Register online here: RSVP to Shelby Marshall

Sept 14 Sat [Education & Network] 9:00 AM Check-In, Coffee, Exhibits: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM – Danvers Community YMCA, 34 Pickering St. – “Living Well with Parkinson’s Symposium – Building Resilience Foundations” join us for this engaging symposium with five guest speakers who will offer guidance about how to live stronger and create and maintain enjoyable, safe ways of everyday living.  Guest speakers: Stephanie Recchia; Dr. Stephanie Bissonnette; Melaine Olson Giles; Marie Lucey, Ann Muskopf - $25 Tickets include entrance to information exhibits and lunch (all proceeds from the event support Parkinson’s Fitness classes throughout the North Shore providing free classes for the Parkinson’s community).   Order online at or 781.572.5918

Sept 17 Tue [Network] Carmel Terrace – 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM – Metro West Senior Real Estate Meeting -  Join us for discussion around Senior Moving or Aging in Place. Referral based group, open house. Monthly speakers topics related to seniors in transition. Are you a speaker? Join us this month! Light snacks served! – No need to RSVP 

Sept 17 Tue [Education & Network] Lunch & learn: creating a plan. Westwood COA, 60 Nahatan Street, Westwood. Sponsored by Bridges by Epoch. 12pm Free

Sept 18 Wed [Education & Network] 1 CEU Type 2 diabetes is preventable. Wingate, 190 Mansfield Ave, Norton 7:30-9am  

Sept 18 Wed [Education & Network] 4-6 PMBrighton House Rehab & Nursing Center – Kickin’ Off Fall Frolic- Join Brighton House as we celebrate the change in seasons. Mix and mingle with friends and colleagues while enjoying complimentary cocktails and hors’ oeuvres, featuring autumn –inspired prizes!- RSVP to Gretchen at 617-731-0515 or

*Sept 18 Wed [Education & Network] CEU Alzheimer's disease...diabetes of the brain? Prince Pizzeria, Route 1, Saugus by Scherrie Keating RSVP by Sept 16 to Kailyn Smith 978-356-1300

*Sept 18 Wed [Education & Network] Music therapy & leaving a legacy. Brightview, 3 Rehab Way, Woburn 4:30pm See flier

*Sept 18 Wed [Education & Network] Dine & discover: effective communication for dementia by Anita Lewis. Bridges by Epoch, 1 Farmstead Lane, Sudbury 5pm Free

Sept 19 Thur [Network] SSN Metro West (meets 3rd Thurs every month). Bethany Health care, 97 Bethany Road, Framingham 8am Free

*Sept 19 Thur [Education & Network] 8:00 AM Sexuality and intemecy as it relates to a person living with dementia. Whitney Place, 85 Beaumont Drive, Northbridge 

Sept 19 Thur [EVENT] Antiques Appraisal Day event. The Willows, 101 Barry Road, Worcester 1pm Free

Sept 19 Thur [Education & Network] 7:30-8am Registration & Breakfast 8-9AM program-Whitney Place Northbridge-Sexuality and intimacy (1 CEU)-Attend to gain understanding of gender identity, sexual orientation and the appropriate wording associated with it. Learn the difference between capacity and competency, about intimacy needs and being sensitive regarding the challenges of the LGBTQ community. Discover the benefits of strong permissive policy, education and early conversations regarding sexuality for those living with dementia. RSVP to 508-234-4769 ext. 3055 at least one week prior to program dates

Sept 19 Thur [Education & Network] 5:30-7:00-Whitney Place Natick- Part 1 of 3 part series Elder Law For Today (attend and or all of these FREE sessions)-Protecting Seniors from Scams with Samantha Gentel,Esp., Generations Law Group-Come learn about pre-planning and legal safeguards to help protect seniors who may be particularly vulnerable to participating in scams; steps to take in the midst of a crisis; and what resources are in place to assist.-light refreshments and tours available on all dates-Reservations are required, space is limited-Call receptionist Kim Mahoney 508-655-5000

Sept 19 Thur [Education & Network] Presentation 8:00 AM- Cornerstone at Milford- CEU EVENT! Music Therapy-this one hour program will define Music therapy in healthcare, describe the purpose and benefits of board certification, list clinical uses in hospice care, discuss relevant, qualitative and quantitative research and emerging evidence, and utilize case review to demonstrate anticipated benefits of Music Therapy. Special Guest Speaker Heidi Webster, MM, MT-BC, HPTM from Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care, and this is for all Healthcare Professionals- Please RSVP to Michelle Hamilton at by September 17th

Sept 20 Fri [Education & Network] Registration and Breakfast: 7:30 AM   Presentation 8 AM -Sunrise of Norwood "Leaving a Legacy"  CE program With Special Guest Speaker Heidi Webster, MM, MT-BC, HPTM Presented by Seasons Hospice and Sunrise of Norwood RSVP: Deirdre Berger or 866-670-9449 by September 18th 

Sept 24 Tues [Education & Network] 1:00-2:30 PM -New Horizons at Choate in Woburn-“Understanding levels of Care in the Home Setting: Short- and Long-Term Solutions” This is one of multiple Parkinson’s talks offered monthly (4th Tuesday of each month) with different topics,  presented by the APDA (American Parkinson Disease Association) and co-sponsored by Assisted Hands Home Care and New Horizons -Space is limited, Pre-registration is required for this FREE program-To register or for additional info contact Cathi Thomas at APDA I & R Center at BUMC at 800-651-8466

Sept 24 Tues [Education & Network] 6-7:30 PM- Newton Free Library- “The Gentle Swedish Art of Death Cleaning”- Presented by:  Jennifer Sax, Good Shepherd Community Care & Arlene Lowney, Living Wisely Dying Well  -  In Sweden there is a kind of decluttering called döstädning, dö meaning “death” and städning meaning “cleaning.” This surprising and invigorating process of clearing out unnecessary belongings can be undertaken at any age or life and has tremendous implications for helping people broach sensitive conversations around advance care planning by making the process uplifting rather than overwhelming. In this session, presenters will introduce the audience to this gentle philosophical practice and discuss ways that it can be integrated with advance care planning conversations.-1.5 CEUs for nurses and social workers- sponsored by Good Shepherd Community Care and Living Wisely Dying Well RSVP

*Sept 25 Wed [Education & Network] Educate, empower and prevent serious health effects from toxic chemicals by Scherrie Keating. Blaire House, 10 Erlin Terrace, Tewksbury 4:45pm

Sept 25 Wed [Education & Network] between 4:30- 7 -  North End Rehab and Healthcare Center in Boston- Tours and More! Come tour our newly renovated: Expansive state of the art Therapy gym, Rehab Suite, Luxurious Private rooms and enjoy cocktails, Hors D’oeuvres, live music, giveaways, Tropical getaway raffle AND MORE!- Please RSVP via North End 617-843-5001 and/or Ed Cormier at 617-721-4544 or  or Sami Almadi at 617-843-5001

*Sept 26 Thur [Education & Network] Dash & Dine CEU event by Scherrie Keating- preventing serious health effects from toxic chemicals. Whitney Place, 675 South Main St, Sharon 4:30-6pm See flier

Sept 26 Thur [Education & Network] Channel ageless grace. Timeless fitness for the body and mind. Needham COA, 300 Hillside Avenue, Needham. Sponsored by Bridges by Epoch. 1pm Free

Oct 3 Thur [Network] SSN Boston North (meets 1st Thurs every month) Location TBD

Oct 3 Thur [Network] 8:15 AM to 9:45 AM – Waltham Crossing Assisted Living –  Waltham Provider Networking Meeting – This meeting we will have agency updates and general networking.  We will also be talking about the future Holiday Event for seniors!  No need to RSVP  

Oct 4 Fri [Education & Network] Event will be held at the Shipley Auditorium at Newton Wellesley Hospital -Margolis & Bloom, LLP in Wellesley-Law School for Social Workers-Please join us for our annual Law School for Social Workers event and fulfill your CEU credits. Details to follow. Event will be held at the Shipley Auditorium at Newton Wellesley Hospital

*Oct 8 Tue [Education & Network] 3CEU Smoother sailing:mastering dementia fluency in health & mental health settings by Jennifer FitzPatrick. Brightview, 1275 Turnpike Street, North Andover 8:30-12:15 see flier

Oct 10 Thur [Network] SSN Allston/Brighton (meets 2nd Thurs every month). Providence House, 180 Corey Road, Brighton 8am

Oct 10 Thur [Education & Network] 5:30-7:00-Whitney Place Natick- Part 2 of 3 part series Elder Law For Today (attend all of these FREE sessions)-Staying Current with Elder Law with Tim Loff, Esq., Private Practice Attorney- This expert will cover the latest information regarding many areas of the law affecting older adults including estate and trust administration; long term care insurance; reverse mortgages; special needs planning; Medicare; and more. light refreshments and tours available on all dates -Reservations are required, space is limited-Call receptionist Kim Mahoney 508-655-5000

Oct 10 Thur [Education & Network] Promote your business. Concord Park Casino night. 68 Commonwealth Ave, Concord 4-7pm Free

Oct 17 Thur [Network] SSN Metro West (meets 3rd Thurs every month). Sunrise of Wayland, 285 Commonwealth Ave, Wayland 8am Free

Oct 23 Wed [Education & Network] 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM – St. Patrick’s Manor in Framingham – “COMPASSION AMID THE CONFUSION” – The Annual Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and Memory Care Conference.  A 6.0 CEU Event for Nurses, Social Workers, Administrators, and other Health Care Professionals.   For more information contact Claire Henry at or 508.879.8000 X523

Oct 23 Wed [Education & Network] 6:00pm – Goodnow Library, Sudbury, MA-Celebrating LGBTQ+ History Month and Connecting Generations –Please join us for a showing & discussion of Gen Silent, a powerful documentary focused on the challenges, conundrums, and celebrations of LGBT elders in the Greater Boston area. Brought to you by Sudbury Council on Aging, Pathways of Baypath Elder Services, and Generations Law Group. RSVP to Carol 978-263-0006 ex 103 at

Oct 24 Thur [Network] SSN Central North (meets 4th Thurs every month). Heywood Wakefield Commons, 50 Pine Street, Gardner 8am

*Oct 24 Thur [Education & Network] Dash & Dine CEU event by Scherrie Keating- healthy eating: a powerful tool to prevent chronic disease. Whitney Place, 675 South Main St, Sharon 4:30-6pm See flier

*Oct 28 Mon [Education & Network] Registration/refreshments 4:30-5:00 CEU presentation #1 5:00-6:00 and #2 6:000-7:00 PM – Legal Seafoods at Park Plaza- Right at Home Boston and North Presents a “2 CEU EVENT!” 1) Helping Families through Dementia: What Professionals Need to know- Join us for a special education program that will discuss how families and caregivers are impacted by having a loved one with dementia and ways professionals can help. 2) Alzheimer’s Disease, Brain Diabetes? - This new form of diabetes is causing Alzheimer’s disease like pathological changes in the brain leading to cognitive impairments. Attend this program to increase your understand of insulin resistance and Alzheimer’s. RSVP to Celeste Begley Director of Community Relations 781-548-0017

Nov 4 Mon [EVENT] Antiques Appraisal Day event. Artisan at Hudson. 10 Technology Drive, Hudson Time TBD

*Nov 5 Tues [Education & Network] Traveling the road of insulin resistance through the body and brain. CEU Center for professional studies classroom, 150 Main Street, Fitchburg 4:30-6:30pm $45

Nov 8 Thur [Network] SSN Central/Worcester (meets 2nd Thurs every month). Eisenburg Assisted Living, 631 Salisbury Street, Worcester  8am Free

*Nov 20 Wed [Education & Network] Dueling epidemics: learning to make a positive impact. CEU Whitney Place at Natick, 3 Vision Drive, Natick 8am See flier for information   

Nov 21 Thur [Network] SSN Metro West (meets 3rd Thurs every month). St patrick's Manor, 863 Central Street, Framingham 8am Free 

*Nov 21 Thur [Education & Network] Dash & Dine CEU event by Scherrie Keating- caring for older adults with diabetes. Whitney Place, 675 South Main St, Sharon 4:30-6pm See flier  

Dec 12 Thur [Network] SSN Metro West (meets 3rd Thurs every month). Heritage of Framingham, 747 Water Street, Framingham 8am

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