November 6-15, 2017
Dr. Caitlin Coyle from UMass Boston facilitated discussions with residents of Gloucester, Rockport, Essex and Manchester by the Sea about how to make Cape Ann more age & dementia friendly. Members from all aspects of the community were encouraged to attend, including caregivers and persons directly impacted by aging and dementia, government, human service agencies, health and beauty, finance and banking, media and information services, private business. Interested individuals are welcome to attend one or all of the Forums.
November 15, 2017
SeniorCare Age & Dementia Friendly Initiative topic of discuss at 2017 AARP Livable Communities National Conference. “Age- and Dementia-Friendly Together on the Massachusetts Coast” was a breakout session on day 1 of the conference
November 9, 2017
SeniorCare CEO Scott Trenti presents at Dementia Friendly Massachusetts: Creating Welcoming Communities