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Education/NetworkTuesday May 10th and Tuesday May 24th – 6:30 PM Start time – Virtual Community Education Series sponsored by the Sudbury Senior Center – “Under the Dementia Umbrella” – May 10th Dementia 101 and Dementia Care Planning and Resources presented by Tammy Pozericky, BC-DED, MA, CASDDCT, CFRDT, CDP, COTP and Joan Harris, LSW, MBA, CMC, Certified Aging Life care Professional.  May 24th Legal and Financial Planning for Families presented by Cathleen Summers, RN, Esq., Elder Law Attorney, Generations Law Group Sudbury.  Register by calling the Sudbury Senior Center at 978.443.3055 or senior@sudbury.ma.us

Education/Network Wednesday, May 11th – 12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM – Virtual CE Event sponsored by Northbridge Communities and Rhode Island Geriatric Education Center – 1 CE RN/SW/LMHC – “Sex and Seniors: Supporting the Rights of Sexual Expression while Protecting the Vulnerable” – presented by Kelly McCarthy, Northbridge VP of Resident Engagement & Memory Care Services and Andrew Rosenzweig, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer Forefront TeleCare.   We will discuss the difference between sex and intimacy and how to support healthy sex lives while protecting the vulnerable as well as tools to identify capacity to consent for individuals with memory loss.  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Education/Network Wednesday, May 11th – 12:00 to 1:00 PM Virtually sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association and Lifeway Mobility – “Safety at Home for Individuals Living with Dementia”  – presented by Amy Finke of Lifeway Mobility.  Join us to learn how to modify your space to support the individual living with Dementia, understand how dementia affects a person’s safety awareness, and explore home modifications to support independence and learn about available resources.  To register and get your Zoom link please call the Association’s 24/7 Helpline at 800.272.3900.

 Education/Network   Wednesday, May 11th – 6:30 start time – Virtually sponsored and hosted by BAYADA Home Health Care, Good Shepherd Community Care, and Sunrise Senior Living of Arlington – 1 CD RN/SW/CM – “Hastened Death (VSED/MAID) and Ethics in Hospice” – Presented by Gerard Soucy, RN CHPN from Good Shepherd. This program presents clinical and ethical challenges associated with a person’s desire to hasten their death by voluntarily stopping eating and drinking (VSED). Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD) is also briefly introduced. The presentation content includes research findings and case studies, guidelines for practice from professional organizations, personal accounts of patients and families, current laws, and pending legislation. Gerard Soucy, RN, CHPN is an expert nurse certified in palliative care and hospice. His clinical experience includes critical care, hemodialysis, and end-of-life care. He practices at Death Nurse, LLC, which is based in Concord, MA.  Please RSVP to Cara Kelley at ckelley@bayada.com

Network  Thurs May 12th – 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM – Allston/Brighton Senior Provider’s Networking meeting – It is hosted by e-Volv Senior Connections, a market provider of virtual content for our seniors. Gordon will continue to run the networking meeting virtually (you can continue to wear your pajamas) on the second Thursday of each month beginning at 8 am.  Please email Gordon Szerlip at gordon.szerlip@evolvsc.com or CLICK HERE. The link to register will follow.  Plenty of free coffee…if you bring it!

Education/Network Thurs May 12th – 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM – Elder Decisions® – 5 Hour MA SW CE Pending – “Conflict Resolution Skills Training for Eldercare Professionals: Working with Families in Conflict” – presented by Crystal Thorpe and Arline Kardasis, Mediators and Trainers at Elder Decisions®. Families don’t always agree on what is best for Mom or Dad as they face difficult transitions. The goal of this training is to help you work with clients and their families when there is disagreement in the ranks.  You will learn tools to help you facilitate multi-party decision making, work with parties with strong emotions, communicate more effectively, and build skills to aid conflict resolution and consensus building. Best rate by April 30th www.ElderDecisions.com/pg8.cfm

Education/Network Thursday, May 12th – 4:00 to 6:00 PM – Bridges by Epoch at Lexington – “OPEN HOUSE – Get Your First Look at our Brand-New Community” – Cocktails & Hors d’Oeuvres, and Exclusively for Area Professionals.  Kindly RSVP to Renee ASAP at rberard@brigesbyepoch.com or 781.996.2682

Education/Network Thursday, May 12th – 11:00 AM Start – In-Person at the Willows at Worcester – “Secrets of the Chef” - In the spirit of Cinco de Mayo, come discover the Secrets of the Chef & why Residents love dining at The Willows at Worcester. This exciting culinary demonstration and tasting fiesta will be led by our Culinary Director Theresa Cinq-Mars and Executive Chef Brian Donahue. Speak one-on-one with our Executive Chef and ask the Culinary Team all your food and menu questions. Leave with copies of our Chef's most favorite recipes to share with your family at home.  To RSVP please CLICK HERE!

Education/Network Thursday, May 12th – 1:00 PM Start – Virtual Webinar sponsored by Right at Home – 1 CE SW/RN – “Non-Pharmacologic Interventions for Cognition in Older Adults” presented by Dr. Benjamin M. Hampstead, PhD, ABPP-CN, is a board-certified Clinical Neuropsychologist and Collegiate Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry at the University of Michigan. He is also Staff Neuropsychologist in the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System.  To attend please REGISTER HERE

Education/Network Saturday, May 14th – starting at 2:30 PM – Elder-Well Adult Day Program in Natick Center – “Become a Dementia Friend” – Join the global movement to change the way people thing, act and talk about dementia. You will become a Dementia Friend by attending this one-hour information session to learn five key messages about living with dementia, and the simple things you can do to make a difference in your community.  This FREE session is a discussion led by a volunteer Dementia Friends Champion.  Sponsored by Dementia Friends Massachusetts (A Program of JF&CS).  To RSVP call Kara Harvey at Elder-Well Adult day at 508.655.2536.

Network Tuesday, May 17th – 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM – The Gables at Winchester – “Middlesex (formerly Winchester) Senior Provider Network Meeting” – The May morning meeting is in-person and please remember that masks are still required in the community to protect the residents!  There will be a light breakfast for your enjoyment!  Please RSVP no later than Friday, May 13th to Tricia Gordon at Immaculate Home Care Services at 781.491.3003 or tricia@immaculatehcs.com

Education/Network Tuesday, May 17th – 9:00 AM start – Virtual Presentation sponsored by Aging Better Today and Welch Senior Living - “End Of Life Doula – An Emerging Specialty Care Within the Aging Community” – presented by Judith Arasi, Certified End of Life Doula (CEOLD). Learn about the role of the End of Life Doula, sometimes called a death midwife, in supporting the individual and family at the end of life. Communicating with all involved insures the best death possible.  Register Here: https://bit.ly/3vQKLyj  Questions please call Christine Lappas, CDP at 774.482.0504  Note: ABT is a dedicated community of professionals who assist aging families and friends to live their fullest life.  We are based in MA and RI with hopes to include all of NE.  We meet virtually each month, on the second Tuesday at 9:00.

Education/Network Tuesday, May 17th – 3:00 to 5:00 PM – In Person at The Residences at Five Corners in Easton – 1 CE RNs/SWs/LPNs – “Let’s Talk about Brain Health” – sponsored by Constellation Hospice AND Exclusively for RNs, SWs, CNAs and LPNs!!   Join us for an educational seminar that will focus on keeping the mind sharp!  Education, wine and lots of fun – our first in-person CEE is sure to be a blast!   Space is limited so please reserve your spot NOW by RSVP’ing by May 13th to Amy Leco at 508.446.2852 or aleco@lcbseniorliving.com

Network  Wednesday, May 18th – 4:00 to 6:00 PM – Waltham Crossing Assisted Living in Waltham – “Spring Splendor Networking Night” – We want to thank all our professional; partners for being called to care and working with us to be better together. Join us for a Spring night of networking with friends and partners. Enjoy cocktails from our open bar, delicious hors d’oeuvres, fun giveaways and a raffle!  Please RSVP by May 15th to Amanda Walker at 781.466.9912 or awalker2@benchmarkquality.com

Education/Network Wednesday, May 18th – 4:30 to 6:00 PM – The Willows and Whitney Place at  Medway – “Happy Hour & Estate Planning: CELEBRITY PROBATE”  presented by Attorney Jay Marsden, ESQ.  Please join us for wine and light refreshments as Atty Marsden tells us about famous celebrity probate mistakes. See how no one’s wealth is exempt from the legal trouble that can occur without proper estate planning.  To RSVP, please contact Director of Business Development, Nancy Andrie by May 13th at nandrie@salmonhealth.com.

Network  Thurs May 19th – 8:00 to 9:30 AM – “VIRTUAL” Metro West Provider Meeting – Please note that we will be virtual for the foreseeable future. Please RSVP to Bob at bob@rahbostonmetro.com and you will get the Zoom link the Wednesday prior to the meeting.   

Network May 19 Thur SSN Boston South Meeting Date May 19th, In-Person at Standish Village 1190 Adams St., Dorchester, MA 02124 – Networking starting at 8:30, meeting at 9:00Spotlights: Arielle Tavares and Standish Village Team & L'Oren Scartissi of Curtin Homecare

Education/Network Wednesday, May 18th – 4:30 to 6:00 PM – At Whitney Place, 3 Vision Dr. Natick – Julie Nostrand, Owner of Help my Aging Parents, will discuss how we can plan ahead and navigate difficult topics with our aging parents and loved ones.  Please RSVP by May 16th to Karen MacDonald at kmacdonald@salmonhealth.com

Network Thur May 24  Metro-West Senior Real Estate Zoom meeting. Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/82666831750

Education/Network Tues May 24th – 6:30 PM Start time – Virtual Community Education Series sponsored by the Sudbury Senior Center – “Under the Dementia Umbrella” – May 10th Dementia 101 and Dementia Care Planning and Resources presented by Tammy Pozericky, BC-DED, MA, CASDDCT, CFRDT, CDP, COTP and Joan Harris, LSW, MBA, CMC, Certified Aging Life care Professional.  May 24th Legal and Financial Planning for Families presented by Cathleen Summers, RN, Esq., Elder Law Attorney, Generations Law Group Sudbury.  Register by calling the Sudbury Senior Center at 978.443.3055 or senior@sudbury.ma.us

Education/Network May 24 11-12pm on Zoom Tuesdays at the Terrace.  A series of free talks with Fr. Siberski where he breaks down different topics on aging. RSVP to Dixie Emond at demond@carmelterrace.org for the Zoom link or call 508.788.8000 ext. 425 for more information.  

Education/Network Wednesday, May 25th – 4:30 to 6:30 PM – Brigham House in Watertown – A Hallkeen Assisted Living Community  – “Join us for a SPRING MIXER” – for professional colleagues.  Enjoy entertainment, drinks, and finger foods on the patio and gazebo!  RSVP by May 18th to Daniela Barresi at dbarresi@halkeen.com or 617.923.7779.

Education/Network Monday, June 13th – SAVE THE DATE – One Wingate Way in Needham – A Wingate Community – Elin Hilderbrand will be at One Wingate Way.  Book Signing Event for the highly anticipated summer read: The Hotel Nantucket. This will be a RSVP only event and will sell out!   More info to come!!

Network June 16, 2022 Pre-Cruise Dinner (4:30-6:00pm) provided by Atria Marina Place, our Fleet Admiral Sponsor with Cruise departing 7:00 - 10:00pm

Tickets and registration are NOT open yet.   

Education/Network Thursday, June 23rd – 4:30 to 6:00 PM – In Person at Whitney Place in Natick – “Making Paper Mosaics” - Please join us for fun networking event of making paper mosaics with local Mosaic Artist Carol Krentzman. Carol is a well-established artist and her commissioned work can be seen throughout Natick.   Please RSVP to Karen MacDonald at kmaconald@salmonhealth.com by 6-22.  Light refreshments and tour will be available.

Education/Network Tuesday May 24th and June 21st – TIME CHANGE!  11:00 to 12:00 PM  12:00 PM to 1:00 PM –  Zoom IN-PERSON meetings sponsored by Carmel Terrace Assisted Living in Framingham – “Join Us for Tuesday’s at the Terrace – a series of free talks with Fr. Siberski where he breaks down different topics on aging” – (MAY – Covid and Communicable Disease: Fantasy, Fact and Fiction) and (JUNE – Loss and Grief: An Unavoidable Part of Aging).  RSVP to Dixie Emond at demond@carmelterrace.org or call 508.788.8000 X425 for more info.

Network Thur June 28  Metro-West Senior Real Estate Zoom meeting. Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/82666831750

Network Thur Jul 26  Metro-West Senior Real Estate Zoom meeting. Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/82666831750


* (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