Nicole Long, CEO, and 18 years with the organization, offers insights on new and existing programs and how to access them.

She also trumpeted OCES’s plan for their 50th anniversary.

Nicole urges everyone to nominate an outstanding individual and organization whose actions and/or leadership have exemplified care and collaboration. To nominate someone visit –….
Need help?

Old Colony Elder Services (OCES), based in Brockton and Plymouth, has a staff of 250 people who have helped more than 25,286 older adults and people with disabilities living in greater Plymouth County.

OCES provides life-supporting care through a broad range of services and programs such as Adult Family Care, Behavioral Health, Caregiver Support, Community Housing Options, Adult Protective Services, Health Insurance and Budget Guidance, Life Planning at Any Age and Nutrition.

For more information, visit or call 508-584-1561.

We would like your ideas about topics for future video podcasts of interest to seniors.

Our newspaper has launched a new video podcast entitled “My Generation.” The 20-minute radio and video segment is aired on our website ( on the 1st and the 15th of each month. All shows will be archived on the site, as well as available on podcast portals such as Spotify, Itunes, Anchor and YouTube.

If you have a suggestion, drop us a note at South Shore Senior News, 412 Nantasket Ave., Hull, MA 02045 or call Tom Foye at 781-925-1515.

We look forward to hearing from you!