The Drive for Five   The entire staff at Greater Boston was all overjoyed when the Patriots came from behind to beat the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl 51. Our President, Edward McGonagle was even lucky enough to get a picture with the newest addition ...

  Greater Boston was proud to be a sponsor of South Shore Elder Services 39th Annual Meeting recently. Greater Boston was honored to be a part of the celebration of the staff at South Shore, who work tirelessly to ensure that elders living in the ...

Greater Boston is thrilled to announce the opening of our Fall River office. The office, conveniently located on South Main st. will enable us to better serve both clients and employees living and working in Fall River and the surrounding areas. ...

Cluster Award Winner Greater Boston is proud to announce that one of our Home Health Aides was recently honored by South Shore Elder Services for her excellent work with her clients. In a ceremony attended by many, including Rep. Bruce Ayers and Greater ...

“Alzheimer’s disease takes a stronger toll on women than men. More women than men develop the disease, and women are more likely than men to be informal caregivers for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia . . . as caregiving responsibilities ...

“The shelf in her kitchen that once held travel souvenirs now held bottles of prescription medicine—at last count, nine bottles sat on the shelf. Mrs. L, at 84 years old, was taking water pills, high blood pressure pills, a couple different heart ...

A recent study reported that two out of every five Americans over the age of 75 who lives alone shows four or more signs of poor nutrition (Source). Americans nationwide are struggling to eat healthy, and older Americans are no exception. Many cite the ...