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Senior Helpers and BaneCare sponsor Senior Service Networking Conference


The 20th annual Senior Service Networking Conference, to be held on September 13 at Lombardo’s in Randolph, welcomes two new sponsors to the event, Senior Helpers Boston and South Shore, and BaneCare.

Senior Helpers is the leading, trusted provider of high-quality senior home care, with locations in Norwell and Newton, Massachusetts. Mark Friedman, owner of Senior Helpers and a monthly columnist for the South Shore Senior News, he is passionate about providing the highest quality senior home care.

Bane Care offers premium skilled nursing and rehabilitation care in Massachusetts at their many facilities all the across the South Shore and throughout the state. President Richard Bane is a leading authority in the region’s long-term care field.

These two firms, who are sponsoring the event’s luncheon, join other sponsors including Marquee Sponsor, Patrick J. Kelleher & Associates, an elder law and estate planning firm in Hanover, and Presenting Sponsor, Celtic Angels Home Health Care, a home health care agency with offices on the South Shore and Metro West Boston.

Event producers, Patricia Abbate and Thomas Foye, and owners of My Generation Media and South Shore Senior News, are thrilled to welcome these companies to support this annual event.

“We are happy and honored to be partnering with these wonderful and highly-regarded service providers that are so important to the growing boomer and senior population here on the South Shore,” says Abbate.

The Senior Service Networking Conference brings together more than 100 social workers, nurses, case managers, and other professionals working in senior service care, with dozens of exhibiting companies that offer products and services specifically to the senior care community. Along with the vendor fair, which is open and free to the public from 8 am until 12:30 pm, the conference component of the day-long event features five workshops presented by noted educators and speakers, including PBS star and stress management guru Loretta LaRoche; Simmons University Adjunct Professor Edward E. Alessi, LICSW, MSW; Eve D. Montague, MSM, MT-BC, Director of Creative Arts Therapies at the South Shore Conservatory; Carol Corio, CTM, Community Relations Liaison for Old Colony Hospice and Palliative Care; and Senior Living Executive, Phyllis DeLaricheliere, MS.

For more information about the event, please visit www.southshoresenior.com, or call 508-212-4862.

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