Volunteers play a vital role at Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (SCES), and the agency recently recognized several that go above-and-beyond the call of duty. Together
The Connect Program at Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (SCES) brings a social work perspective to mental health services— and that approach was featured as a success story in a recent trade publication article. The Connect Program… Continue Reading Article Spotlights SCES Connect Program
Staffers from Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (SCES) recently volunteered to help provide hunger relief by participating in the Project Bread Walk for Hunger. The 10-mile walk alongside the Charles River on May 1 capped a fundraising… Continue Reading Team SCES Walks Against Hunger
Concerned about changes you have noticed in a loved one’s memory? The Metro East Alzheimer Partnership is providing valuable answers with Conversations about
Tips for ensuring a smooth and safe transition after a medical discharge will be the topic of an upcoming informative presentation from the Somerville Council on Aging
Are spouses considered family? The answer is “no” at Beacon Hill, at least if the discussion is about providing compensation for in-home caregivers. It’s an exception that directly contradicts several of the core concepts behind… Continue Reading Can a Spouse Also be a Caregiver, please?
Building bridges between generations in the LGBT community was the focus of a recent collaboration between Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (SCES) and a