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Sen. Jehlen Announces Alzheimer’s Acute Care Advisory Committee

Senator Patricia Jehlen announces that the Massachusetts Senate has passed An Act Relative to the Massachusetts Alzheimer’s and Related Dementias Acute Care Advisory Committee. This legislation creates an Advisory Committee to craft a strategy to address dementia-capable care in all acute care setting in the Commonwealth. The committee will present a strategy to the state […]

Middlesex DA Launches Senior Health & Safety Program in Local Communities

Armstrong Ambulance CEO Richard Raymond, Lexington Police Chief Mark Corr, Bedford Police Chief Robert Bongiorno, DA Marian Ryan, Arlington Police Chief Fred Ryan, Burlington Police Chief Michael Kent and Medford Police Chief Leo Sacco. Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan has launched the Middlesex Senior Health and Safety Initiative, a unique public-private partnership with Armstrong Ambulance […]

Medford Council on Aging October Newsletter

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Medford Council on Aging September 2013 News

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Clark Celebrates Social Security Anniversary with Medford Seniors

State Senator Katherine Clark celebrated the 78th anniversary of Social Security with Medford seniors at the Medford Senior Center on Wednesday as she runs for Congress. Courtesy photo. Congressional candidate Katherine Clark celebrated the 78th anniversary of Social Security with Medford seniors on Wednesday. Katherine pledges to maintain Social Security benefits and preserve the program […]

Jehlen: How to Keep Seniors with Memory Impairments Safe

- State Senator Patricia Jehlen, Second Middlesex District The fear of a loved one wandering or becoming lost is a frightening thought for anyone who cares for a person with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or other memory impairments. In light of recent events, I want to share some information about Silver Alert, a community response system […]

Passport to the Future: Free Informational Programs on Aging, Caregiving, Finances Continues May 23

When you decide that you would like to go on a trip you are probably going to invest a significant amount of time making preparations. Of course you want to identify your destination, and you will probably develop an itinerary. If you are like many people, you will consider all the contingencies that may arise […]

Passport to the Future: Free Informational Programs on Aging, Caregiving, Finances Continues May 23

When you decide that you would like to go on a trip you are probably going to invest a significant amount of time making preparations. Of course you want to identify your destination, and you will probably develop an itinerary. If you are like many people, you will consider all the contingencies that may arise […]

Medford Council on Aging May 2013 News

The monthly newsletter published by the Medford Council on Aging: May 2013 Council on Aging Newsletter

Medford Council on Aging April 2013 News

The monthly newsletter published by the Medford Council on Aging: