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Governor's Listening Session
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Governor Baker’s new Council to Address Aging in MA is holding a series of listening sessions to gather feedback from stakeholders on ways to make the Commonwealth the most livable state for people of all ages. These community listening sessions will take place in four locations this summer - Gloucester, Worcester, Hyannis and Pittsfield.

When: August 2
10 AM
Where: Elder Services of Berkshire County
877 South St #4e
Pittsfield, MA  01201
United States
Contact: Marisa Lutz

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The Council to Address Aging in MA will develop a plan to promote healthy aging in the Commonwealth, and to achieve the goal of making Massachusetts the most age-friendly state for people of all ages. The Council’s recommendations may address a broad range of issues including current practices that support healthy aging, how to improve public awareness of and access to services for older adults and caregivers, and how to leverage innovation and technology to support aging in communities. The Council is made up of 24 members and is co-chaired by Marylou Sudders, Secretary of the Executive Office of Health and Human Services(EOHHS), and Eileen Connors, a Philanthropist.

The Home Care Aide Council encourages members to attend these sessions andshare information on the home care services your agency provides and the challenges your agency faces as it works to care for seniors and individuals with disability in community-based settings.

If you are unable to attend one of the sessions in person, the Council will also be accepting written comments through their website here or by sending an email to Shoshana.Preuss@MassMail.State.MA.US.