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North Shore Physicians Group Lecture on Diabetes is now available on SATV

February 5, 2019 8:39 pm Published by Comments Off on North Shore Physicians Group Lecture on Diabetes is now available on SATV

Lecture on “Diabetes:  Answers to Common Questions” will be shown on Salem Access TV, channel 15 (Education channel) on the following dates and times: February 2 at 4:00 PMFebruary 4 at 4:00 PMFebruary 6 at 9:00 PMFebruary 9 at 4:00 PM It will also be shown on future dates; please check the schedule on their website satvonline.org. It is also...


Salem for All Ages: Year 2 Report

February 5, 2019 8:35 pm Published by Comments Off on Salem for All Ages: Year 2 Report

“The priorities represented by the Age-Friendly designation are reflective of Salem’s values as a whole. The goals of a livable, safe, and vibrant city serve to lift up all of our residents, no matter their age or ability.” -Mayor Kim Driscoll Click here to read the Year 2 Report


Salem for All Ages in the Salem News

January 4, 2019 10:28 am Published by Comments Off on Salem for All Ages in the Salem News

“Over the last two years, Salem has taken tremendous strides to encourage active aging, provide opportunities for good health, inclusion and security, and to become even more a place that improves the quality of life for all people as they age. While the opening of the greatly anticipated Mayor Jean Levesque Community Life Center was certainly the most visible accomplishment...


Salem Creates Website to Serve Elders

November 14, 2018 2:54 pm Published by Comments Off on Salem Creates Website to Serve Elders

Boston Globe: Salem recently made it easier for its older residents to find local services and activities geared to their needs.   Click here to read the full article on bostonglobe.com


Movement for Age-Friendly Communities Grows

November 14, 2018 8:56 am Published by Comments Off on Movement for Age-Friendly Communities Grows

“When Salem resident Patricia Zaido learned about the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities, she knew she wanted her city to be a part of it…” Click here to read the full article on AARP Massachusetts