Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (SCES) invites exhibitors, sponsors, and the general public to save the date for Elder Fair 2018.
Now in its 19th year, the free health and wellness expo will showcase useful information, services, and government programs for older adults, caregivers, and people with disabilities on Wednesday, April 11.
Elder Fair traditionally features a mix of health screenings, and the opportunity to meet with agencies and vendors that help older adults maintain safety, independence, and well-being, explained SCES Director of Outreach and Community Relations Nathan Lamb.
Roughly 60 agencies and vendors hosted exhibits at Elder Fair last year, and Lamb expects another strong showing in 2018.
“The community has really embraced this event, and we look forward to joining with our exhibitors to help connect our friends and neighbors with resources that can help people Age in Place,” said Lamb.
The expo will also feature several SCES programs, such as:
The Aging Information Center free information and guidance on aging-related issues.
Adult Family Care a MassHealth funded program that supports live-in caregivers.
Volunteer Programs– Medical Advocates, Medical Escorts, SeniorPet and more!
Potential sponsors and exhibitors are invited to contact Margarida Mendonca at 617-628-2601 ext. 3106 for more information. The deadline for completed registration is March 2.
Elder Fair 2018 will take place at the Holiday Inn Boston-Bunker Hill (30 Washington St. in Somerville) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, April 11.
Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (SCES) is a non-profit agency that supports the independence and well-being of older people in Somerville and Cambridge. For more information, visit eldercare.org, follow us on Facebook and Twitter, or contact the SCES Aging Information Center at 617-628-2601 for free advice and guidance.