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Join East Boston Neighborhood Health Center’s PACE program where the Social Work role is engaging with every day offering exciting new challenges. As part of a dynamic Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) in an innovative model of care, you will develop plans of care for participants who want to live safely in their communities. You will work with participants at the PACE Center and in their homes addressing issues ranging from high risk mental health, end of life, medical decision making, caregiver support, and more. Responsibilities include conducting psychosocial assessments, formulating treatment plans, providing counseling and therapy, with opportunities for running groups and coordinating care with interdisciplinary team members to support participants achieving their goals. You must have an MSW and be passionate about serving adults 55+. Experience working with older adults preferred. Must possess or be working toward licensure as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). Bilingual (English/Spanish) strongly preferred. Car required.
Edenbridge Health seeks an enthusiastic team member to develop and nurture relationships with organizations serving frail elderly people in communities that wish to open centers based on the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) model. This role will also manage responses to requests for information, requests for proposals, and PACE applications to state and federal agencies, and plan our organization’s participation via formal session presentations and informal meetings and strategic conversations at national meetings of aging organizations.
Goddard House is seeking a graduate student or consultant interested in the field of aging to perform a literature review of: emerging themes and trends in the field of aging, including innovative programming and technology designed to empower older adults to thrive; and an environmental scan of recent studies performed in the Boston/Greater Boston area that identified opportunities and threats relative to older adults living in those communities. This position will be responsible for creating a comprehensive inventory of findings and for summarizing data from multiple sources in a clear, concise and professional manner for presentation to Goddard House stakeholders.
The Community Education and Training Specialist will join a team that develops and delivers education and training programs and activities focused on promoting mental health among older adults in independent housing and other community settings. This position is a key contributor within the Services for Older Adults division. The Community Education and Training Specialist will work with the team to provide services as part of our Aging Well at Home and Mental Health and Housing services. The Community Education and Training Specialist will develop, market and deliver training and consultation services for providers (staff) and older adults. The ideal candidate will have a mental health background, presentation skills and a strong desire to work with older adults and aging services providers.
The Guardianship Program is a well-established program within the Services for Older Adults division of JF&CS. JF&CS is the largest provider of state funded guardianship under a contract with the Executive Office of Elder Affairs. The program serves our most vulnerable older adults many of whom have either been physically, psychologically, and/or financially abused by individuals known to them or are seriously self-neglecting and have no appropriate family to assume responsibility for their well-being. Our program allows older adults to live safely in the community for as long as possible, without risk of serious harm and with an improved quality of life. The Case Manager joins a dedicated and skilled team. The position uses social work skills including assessment and alliance building to provide professional services and assume casework responsibilities for caseload of clients.
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. BHV is seeking a motivated, enthusiastic individual, who enjoys working with older adults and is passionate about the Village model, to provide ongoing support to members by identifying, making referrals to, and coordinating home- and community-based resources and support.
The Program Coordinator will serve an essential role to the Programs Department as 2Life builds a cross-campus community engagement program. Working with the Intergenerational Program, the Volunteer Program, Village Centers, and Resident and Group Services coordinators at all 2Life locations, the Program Coordinator will facilitate and support the organization and administration of community engagement activities across all 2Life campuses. The Program Coordinator will be based in the main office at the Brighton Campus but will travel frequently between all 2Life sites.
Join Neighborhood PACE! As part of a dynamic Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) in an innovative model of care, you will work closely with participants and their caregivers to help them continue to live safely in their homes and communities as independently as possible. You will work in an integrated primary care and behavioral health setting to support participants in their homes and at one of our PACE centers. Full-time position to act as case liaison and support for the Neighborhood PACE Social Work department. Work with older adult participants and families to complete case management and housing tasks to maximize participant and caregiver satisfaction. An ideal candidate will be knowledgeable about community resources, be detail oriented, able to multitask, and possess excellent communication and computer skills. Must hold a Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field OR have an Associates degree and two years of relevant work experience in a community setting. Bilingual (English/Spanish) required/strongly preferred. Automobile required.
The Marketing Coordinator provides support to the Vice President, Marketing, the Executive Director of NewBridge on the Charles, and the HSL marketing team which includes sales. Please see the job posting for a list of responsibilities.
Part-time Activities Coordinator, Allen House (11/2018)
The part-time Activity Coordinator assists the Allen House Activity Coordinator in planning and
implementing a diverse program of activities for residents in Springhouse’s memory care community. The part-time Activity Coordinator may also assist the Therapeutic Program Director in planning special events throughout the year. The Activity Coordinator may be asked to run activities or share their specialized skills or talents in the Assisted Living and Independent Living Communities on occasion. This position requires high levels of organization and attention to detail.
Associate Executive Director, Center Communities of Brookline (10/2018)
The Associate Executive Director is responsible for daily operations in all Center Communities locations, and is a key member of CCB’s interdisciplinary team providing strategic direction, administrative and fiscal oversight, and leadership across Center Communities of Brookline. The Associate Executive Director ensures the highest Hebrew SeniorLife and industry standards with regards to safety, professionalism, service and quality of care for residents, and for assuring that elderly residents, especially those who are frail or at risk, and non-elderly residents with disabilities are linked to the services they need to continue
Weekend On-Call Caregiver Supervisor, FirstLight HomeCare (10/2018)
FirstLight HomeCare is seeking a Weekend On-Call Caregiver Supervisor who will be responsible for overseeing the caregiver schedule and delivery of services during the weekend period, including the implementation of schedules and ensuring adequate staffing and continuity of care to best meet the needs of our clients.
This position works remotely and regularly covers the weekend period from Friday early evening, at the close of the regular business day to early Monday morning, and reports to the Care Coordinators and other members of the weekday office team