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Age-Friendly Job Alerts: EOHHS, Springwell, MAPC

Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) – Disability Housing Manager

The Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) is seeking a proactive and results-driven professional to serve as the Disability Housing Manager. The selected candidate will assist in identifying and creating housing opportunities for people with disabilities and elders, including those transitioning from institutions to community-living or at risk of institutionalization. The Disability Housing Manager will work collaboratively across EOHHS agencies, and in partnership with the Department of Housing and Community Development and MassHousing to identify and explore housing opportunities for our disabled/elderly populations served. Continue reading

Healthy Aging Job Alert: Beacon Hill Village, BayPath Elder Services

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

Healthy Aging Job Alert: Central Boston Elder Services Seeks CEO

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

Governor Baker Announces Intent to Add Age, Dementia Friendly to Community Compact

The Massachusetts Association for Councils on Aging hosted Governor Charlie Baker as their featured keynote speaker on the first day of their three-day conference and the Governor delivered a major victory for the Age- and Dementia Friendly movement during his remarks. Continue reading