The Massachusetts Councils on Aging have announced two opportunities to join the association’s staff supporting the councils across the state. Please see these opportunities below and pass along to any who may be interested. Continue reading
An accurate count on the Decennial Census will be essential in the work of Age and Dementia Friendly Communities statewide, among so many other funding and policy priorities. Continue reading
Beacon Hill Village: Member Services/Resources Coordinator
Beacon Hill Village (BHV) is a vibrant, non-profit member-driven organization based in Boston that started the Village movement in 2002. Through programs, access to resources, and community engagement, BHV enables older adults to lead active and healthy lives as they age independently in their own homes and community. Continue reading
The Massachusetts Healthy Aging Collaborative is pleased to pass along the following job opportunities and does so periodically, by request. Continue reading
The Mass. Healthy Aging Collaborative is pleased to promote the following jobs from our partners at the Tufts Health Plan Foundation, AARP Massachusetts and Jewish Family & Children’s Services. Continue reading
Central Boston Elder Services, Inc. (CBES), a leading non-profit provider of services for elders in the Boston area, seeks an innovative and inspirational leader to serve as its next Chief Executive Officer (CEO). One of the state’s largest elder care organizations, CBES provides high quality, responsive, and supportive services and programs to the elderly and the disabled in need of health and human services. Continue reading
Communities across the state are finding creative ways of supporting older adults and all residents to remain healthy and independent. The following article is republished with permission from the October 2017 issue of The Beacon, a publication of the Massachusetts Municipal Association, a nonprofit, nonpartisan association that provides advocacy, training, publications, research and other services to Massachusetts cities and towns.
Ashland has created a tax relief fund and is seeking donations from residents to provide assistance to elderly and disabled residents on fixed incomes who face rising property tax bills.
The Massachusetts Healthy Aging Collaborative is pleased to host a job bank and forum for those interested in joining the movement to advance age-friendly and dementia friendly communities, policies and practices across the state!
Please see our jobs page and share with colleagues and connections who may have an interest!