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Lasell Village is hiring a full-time, licensed Social Worker to join our dedicated team of employees. The Social Worker is responsible for identifying the social, psychological, and emotional needs of residents and for making recommendations and arrangements for services to meet those needs.
This full-time, benefited position evaluates the needs of Weston senior citizens referred to the Council on Aging providing information referral and counseling services
We are seeking innovative Case Managers with experience in the senior care system to serve as case managers in our program team. Through partnerships with insurers, Assured Allies will offer pre-claim support to aging adults and/or their family caregivers. The Ally Case Manager will provide virtual case management, support to families, and coordination of services (e.g med management, home care, home modifications, OT/PT). As an Ally Case Manager, you should be organized, able to take initiative, and have effective time management skills. You should also be open to a new approach to providing case management and comfortable working with a startup mentality. Our Ally Case Managers should be able to adapt to a changing approach, while challenging the team to develop creative solutions.
We are seeking a Director of Case Management with experience in the elder care continuum to manage our case management team. Through partnerships with 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).
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.
Under the direction of the Director of Elder Services, the adult program coordinator is responsible for developing, implementing and coordinating diversified programs, activities and special events for older adults using the Senior Center, other Town of Andover facilities, and private facilities and following established methods and procedures.
The Volunteer Coordinator works closely with Program Directors and Managers to identify, recruit, screen, onboard, and track new volunteers.
Candidates should be dynamic and experienced professionals with excellent leadership skills, strong financial management skills, exceptional communication and organizational skills.
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.
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.