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November is Family Caregivers Month in Massachusetts 

11/06/2019 Executive Office of Elder Affairs

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Proclamation: Family Caregivers Month 2019 in Massachusetts 

11/06/2019 Executive Office of Elder Affairs

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Training for families caring for individuals living with dementia 

7/31/2019 Executive Office of Elder Affairs

Free training for family caregivers

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Baker-Polito Administration Launches New Initiative To Help Grandparents Caring For Grandchildren With Access To Early Education  

5/08/2019 Department of Transitional Assistance

Program is a joint effort of the Department of Transitional Assistance, Department of Early Education and Care, and the Commission on the Status of Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

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May is Older Americans Month in Massachusetts 

5/01/2019 Executive Office of Elder Affairs

This year’s national theme is Connect. Create. Contribute. Age & Dementia Friendly initiatives is a focus, as is importance of senior nutrition to prevent malnutrition.

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Proclamation: Governor Baker, Lt. Governor Polito Proclaim May 2019 Older Americans Month in Massachusetts 

4/30/2019 Executive Office of Elder Affairs

Proclamation for Older Americans Month 2019

Press Release

Elizabeth Chen Appointed Secretary of Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs 

4/05/2019 Executive Office of Health and Human Services

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EOEA Seeks Community Members To Join The Citizen's Advisory Council 

12/18/2018 Executive Office of Elder Affairs

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PHOTO RELEASE: AARP Members Endorse Governor Baker’s Housing Choice Legislation 

6/26/2018 Office of Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito

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Holyoke Soldiers’ Home Receives High Marks from Department of Veterans Affairs 

5/10/2018 Office of Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito

2018 Survey Finds No Clinical Deficiencies, Falls Reduced

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10 things to know about your new Medicare card 

4/18/2018 Executive Office of Elder Affairs

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