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NEWEST POSTINGS LISTED FIRST. UPDATED 9/1/2018.
Bilingual Memory Specialist (Spanish/English), Alzheimer’s Association (9/2018)
Reporting to the Program Manager; Dementia Care Coordination and Direct Referral, the Memory Specialist is part of the Family Services team and provides care consultation to families living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. Care Consultation helps families develop an understanding of a dementia diagnosis, creates a plan to support the person living with memory loss, identifies available resources and develops strategies for best possible symptom management and communication.
Age Info I&R Resource Specialist, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (8/2018)
The I&R Resource Specialist is part of the Aging Information Services Team. Providing telephone consultations, education, and referrals to older adults, persons with disabilities, their families and caregivers, and professionals in the community. The Resource Specialist is an expert on all community services and able to provide information, education and assessment of callers for program and service eligibility.
Clinical Social Worker, Elder Service Plans at Cambridge Health Alliance (8/2018)
The Clinical Social Worker will provide in-home and clinic based clinical case management, assessment, crisis intervention, supportive counseling, and community resource coordination for frail elders as part of an interdisciplinary team working in the PACE model of care. PACE provides all-inclusive medical and social care to frail elders in an attempt to help them remain as independent as possible in the community.
Technical Associate, MIT AgeLab (6/2018)
The Technical Associate will create content for and support drafting materials for the lab’s newsletters, website, and social media accounts; conduct literature reviews on topics related to research being done at the lab including summarizing research results and findings for other researchers in the lab; work collaboratively to support other researchers’ work and to design and complete independent research assignments.
Project Manager, MIT AgeLab (6/2018)
The Project Manager will be responsible for day-to-day management and execution of research projects focused around decision-making, aging, and consumer behavior in multiple domains, such as transportation, aging-in-place, and caregiving.