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With September only a few short months away, Seniors Helping Seniors of Greater Boston has amped up our fundraising efforts for the 2017 Greater Boston Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Last night we partnered with Chestnut Park at Cleveland Circle for an event to recruit and gather our growing team to raise money for a cause that impacts many of our clients and families. We were so inspired by the participation and outpouring of support we received last year from our community of caregivers, that we decided to increase our efforts for 2017. Josh Obeiter, SHS’ agency owner, has taken on a leadership role for this year’s walk as the… More

By Kelly Hoag
Friday, June 9th

Seniors Helping Seniors of Greater Boston sponsored a local Memory Café on April 7th at Jewish Family & Children’s Services (JF&CS) in Waltham. A group of over forty people, both… More

By Josh Obeiter
Tuesday, April 11th

As human service professionals, we are faced with challenging and emotionally-charged situations in the work that we do to support our clients and their families. The desire to work in a helping… More

By Kelly Hoag
Friday, March 31st

Humans are social beings who thrive when sharing their lives with others. Social engagement is important throughout the lifespan and most people are able to find ways to remain socially… More

By Kelly Hoag
Wednesday, March 8th

Winter is in full effect here in the Northeast! After record snowfalls reported in the Boston area in 2015, many people are bracing themselves for the snow and cold this year. Many older adults… More

By Kelly Hoag
Saturday, February 11th