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The Nutrition Manager is responsible for the administration of the Elderly Nutrition Program based out of the Danvers office and serving the following five communities: Danvers, Salem, Peabody, Middleton and Marblehead. This includes the overseeing of the day to day operations, as well as collaboration with the Nutrition Program Director in establishing cost-effective catering and paper-goods contracts that meet the needs of the agencies’ service populations. In addition, s/he would be responsible for the supervision of the home delivered and congregate meals programs out of Danvers, coordination of outreach activities related to Danvers meals programs and elder nutrition, and collaboration with governmental and community agencies providing elder nutrition services.
The Town of Lincoln seeks qualified applicants for the 35 hour a week position of Assistant COA Director. This position will, under the direction of the Council on Aging Director, be responsible for developing, overseeing and implementing the Council on Aging’s activities, including classes, lectures, groups, and social events for a diversity of older residents, identify emerging needs and seek grants or other resources to meet them, provide social services such as information and referral, benefits assistance, and case management, and assist with the day-to-day functions of the Council on Aging operations.
We are seeking a case manager supervisor with experience in the elder care continuum to manage our case management team. Through partnerships with long term care insurers, Assured Allies will offer pre-claim support to aging adults and/or their family caregivers. The team of supervised Ally Case Managers will provide virtual case management, support to families, and coordination of services (e.g med management, home care, home modifications, OT/PT).
Reporting to the Manager of Diversity Outreach, this full-time Coordinator is responsible for the creation and coordination the Faith Based Outreach Initiative Program. The Coordinator will oversee the development of a Faith Based Outreach Program for the Chapter, with a particular focus on diverse communities. They will work collaboratively to integrate the program in to the Community Engagement team, and will create a strategy for implementation, and a plan to rely on volunteers to deliver programs and services. There will be a specific focus on recruiting diverse volunteers to support the work. In addition, this person works closely with the Faith Based outreach volunteers Occasional evening and weekend work required, as well as an ability to travel throughout the two-state Chapter. This position is a federal grant-funded two year position.
Connect to Wellness is a program of Massachusetts General Hospital’s Center for Community Health Improvement that offers on-site health and social services to over 400 elderly and disabled adults living in three apartment buildings (Beacon House, Blackstone Apartments, and Amy Lowell Apartments) surrounding the hospital campus. The aim of this community collaborative is to assist all residents in maintaining independence as they age in place by identifying social and health related needs and providing intervention. The social worker is part of a multidisciplinary team and plays a key role in assisting residents to age in place. He/she provides assessment of patients to evaluate mental health/psychiatric history/emotional issues/coping style, understanding of illness/adjustment/compliance, barriers to care, cultural issues, or neglect and develops and implements a plan of care. He/she provides regular follow up to ensure the trajectory of the care plan in collaboration with the Connect to Wellness team and other healthcare providers. The team social worker will also provide general short-term counseling and advocacy and may make referrals to long term supports in the community. The Connect to Wellness social worker should have knowledge of clinical care, health care systems, and care coordination.
The Town of Bridgewater Department of Elder Affairs/Council on Aging (COA) is accepting applications for a Community Wellness and Volunteer Coordinator. Under the direct supervision of the Elder Affairs Director, the ideal candidate will possess knowledge of and experience in working with older adults age 60 plus. The Community Wellness and Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for managing all aspects of Department wellness and social programs, activities, trips, workshops and classes located both at the senior center as well as at offsite locations such as the library or other Municipal buildings. The person will identify, coordinate, and staff these and other volunteer opportunities at the Cole-Yeaton Senior Center. This position also works collaboratively with Department staff for the development, implementation and marketing of all programming occurring at our senior center.
The Elder Care Advisor is the staff expert on agency and community resources. S/he provides social work services for special projects that address the mental health and chronic disease issues. The Elder Care Advisor’s responsibility is to assist older persons, their families, and caregivers, and other community callers, and to address their needs for elder care assistance by providing advice, information, assessment and care planning activities on the phone or in person.
The Certified Older Adult Peer Specialist will use a person-driven, recovery-oriented approach to work with older adults with behavioral health conditions, both in short or long-term capacities. This is a part-time, benefits-eligible position.
The Elder Service Plan of the Cambridge Health Alliance is seeking a full time clinical social worker. 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.
This is a full time salaried or fee-for-service position working in a group Aging Life Care Management practice. We provide both short-term consultation and ongoing Care Management to older adults and their families/caregivers, as well as younger people with chronic illnesses. The Care Manager does home and community visits, and transports clients when necessary. We provide regular supervision, monthly group meetings, and a supportive, collegial environment. Join our growing practice of seasoned elder care professionals as we take on the challenges of helping people age and live safely with dignity.
The Guardianship Program is a well-established program that 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 uses social work skills including assessment and alliance building to provide professional services and assume casework responsibilities for caseload of clients.
Ethos seeks a passionate and dedicated Mental Health Case Coordinator to manage our new Elder Mental Health Outreach Team (EMHOT) Program, to provide short term support and connection to ongoing services for older adults in Boston experiencing acute mental health crises. The Mental Health Case Coordinator will be responsible developing and implementing program operations and protocols, as well as supervising four graduate-level student interns.
The Consumer Voice is seeking a Program-Policy Specialist to work with staff and the Executive Director in the development and implementation of programmatic, legislative, and regulatory activities affecting long-term care consumers nationwide.
Facilitate the coordination of care, from admission through discharge, with focus on realistic treatment outcomes within the scope of available resources. Oversee the assessment, planning, facilitation, coordination, evaluation and advocacy for options and services to meet a patient and family’s comprehensive health needs and to promote quality cost effective outcomes. Collaborate with the interdisciplinary team, patient and family, as well as various departments within and outside the hospital to assure timely and appropriate discharge planning and cost effective outcomes.
TimeSlips, an award-winning, international non-profit that brings meaning and joy to late life, seeks nominations and applications for a new Executive Director. The new Executive Director will collaborate closely with the Founder and President, Anne Basting, to elevate the visibility of TimeSlips’ innovative approach to elder engagement and further develop the organization that will inspire and train communities across the country and around the world to create beauty and joy in daily interactions with aging adults.
The Recruitment Coordinator for the Alzheimer’s Disease Center (ADC) aids and assists the Outreach, Recruitment, and Engagement (ORE) Core leadership to facilitate the recruitment and retention of research participants. The Coordinator also works closely with the Clinical Core, as well as individual Study Coordinators, using recruitment strategies that will aid them in meeting their recruitment goals. The Recruitment Coordinator will be involved in outreach events to underrepresented communities in and around Boston. The Coordinator works directly under the supervision of the ORE Core Assistant Director, with additional oversight provided by other ORE Core leadership.
Brandeis University seeks to hire a Program Coordinator at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (BOLLI). The program coordinator serves as the lead customer service representative for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Brandeis University. He/ she provides the primary interface with the Institute’s members, coordinating registration and scheduling, maintaining the physical plant, and dispensing member services and customer care. Bachelor’s degree and 1-3 years working experience required. The successful candidate will be motivated to pursue quality improvement and customer care within a mission-driven organization. Experience with Slate or other registration database preferred. Photoshop skills a plus.