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There’s No Stopping Me

December 12, 2019

For more than a century, Hebrew SeniorLife has provided exceptional care and services to seniors across the Boston area. Today, we’re redefining every aspect of aging for the better. At our health care and senior living communities, learning and discovery never stops in a stimulating and dynamic environment. There is no stopping our residents who remain active and engaged, no matter where they live, and truly continue to be their best self.

Meet four residents who embody our approach to care.

 

How to manage the holidays with an aging loved one

November 22, 2019

Sometimes the holidays can be a difficult time for parents and relatives, and it can be hard to see our loved ones struggling. If they’re beginning to get lonely or are having trouble living independently, the holidays can become a tough and stressful time – for everyone.

Tara Fleming-Caruso, collaborative care advisor at NewBridge on the Charles, a Hebrew SeniorLife continuing care retirement community, offers some advice on how to make the holiday season enjoyable while still honoring the needs of your aging loved one.

Q: What are some ways we can include our aging parents in holiday celebrations?

Staff Spotlight: Getting to know Dr. Eran Metzger

November 12, 2019

Eran Metzger, M.D., is the medical director of psychiatry at Hebrew SeniorLife working in the department of medicine. I sat down with him to learn more about his work with patients, the areas he’s researching, and why he’s committed to teaching the next generation of psychiatrists.

Dr. Metzger is board certified in psychiatry. He received his bachelor of arts from Haverford College in Pennsylvania and Doctor of Medicine from Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine. He completed his internship at Brockton Hospital and his psychiatry residency and fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. After several years, he became medical director of an inpatient medical psychiatric unit at Beth Israel.

Five tips for balancing work and caring for an aging parent

November 1, 2019

Sometimes our aging parents or loved ones need more care and guidance, but it can be challenging to speak to your employer about how to manage increased caregiver needs. How do you balance the needs of your loved one and make sure you are fulfilling your responsibilities at work?

More than one in six people living in the United States working full-time or part-time are helping with the care of an aging parent, family member, relative, or friend, according to a Gallup poll.

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