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Mystic Valley Elder Services’ Consumers Benefit from Donation of Goods from Comcast Employees as part of Comcast Cares Day

May 2, 2019

As part of Comcast Cares Day, employees of Comcast present to Mystic Valley Elder Services (MVES) care baskets of donated goods for consumers served by MVES. (Left to right) Comcast employees Major Lewis, Jim Gennetti, Karen Rienzo, Renee Brissette, Lisa Worcester, Kathleen Beaulieu, MVES board president, Matt Guariglia David Embrey, and Daniel O’Leary, MVES CEO.


Mystic Valley Elder Services Offers Malnutrition Awareness Clinics as part of Older American Month

May 1, 2019

Malnutrition is a serious senior health issue. It is related to an excessive or imbalanced diet (a diet that lacks essential nutrients) or can be tied to clinical conditions that impair the body’s absorption or use of food… [Read more]


Falls Are More Prevalent in Older Adults; But Can be Reduced By Taking Simple Steps Making Their Home Safe to Live

April 18, 2019

Long-time Melrose Resident and Mystic Valley Elder Services Consumer Turns 100

April 5, 2019

Mystic Valley Elder Services and the Melrose Housing Authority together threw a 100th birthday celebration for long-time Melrose and current McCarthy House resident Ruth “Ruthie” Doucette (pictured center). Celebrating with her was her brother Tom Maguire, and sister, Anne Maguire O’Brien.


Mystic Valley Elder Services Hosts Annual Legislative

April 1, 2019

Mystic Valley Elder Services recently hosted its Annual Legislative Briefing at its headquarters at 300 Commercial Street in Malden. Legislators who participated in the Legislative Briefing included: Representatives Paul Brodeur, Joseph McGonagle, Michael Day, Donald Wong, and RoseLee Vincent, and Senators Patricia Jehlen, Sal DiDomenico, and Jason Lewis along with Mystic Valley Elder Services CEO Daniel O’Leary.


Mystic Valley Elder Services Employee Spotlight Award Winner

April 4, 2019

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Mystic Valley Elder Services Chief Executive Officer Dan O’Leary congratulates Employee Spotlight Award winner and Saugus resident Beverly Oriolo-Tabb, administrative assistant.


Medford Resident Relies on Mystic Valley Elder Services’ TRIP Transportation Program for Both Fun and Health Needs

March xx, 2019

One way is through the TRIP Metro North program, a free program where seniors and adults living with disabilities can ride with friends, neighbors and certain relatives.


Malden’s Good Shepherd United Methodist Church Donates Bags of Nonperishable Groceries to Mystic Valley Elder Services

March 14, 2019

Good Shepherd United Methodist Church of Malden recently donated 20 bags of nonperishable groceries to Mystic Valley Elder Services (MVES) to assist the older adults cared for by MVES


Consumers Benefit from Donations from Agero and Tufts University Advancement Division

January 24, 2019

Mystic Valley Elder Services (MVES) consumers recently received an unexpected but joyous visit from their care managers who delivered nearly 200 care bags full of clothing, linens, games, books and other items


Safety Tips When Walking in Snowing and Icey Conditions

Each winter, slips and fall accidents cause serious injuries. Even when surfaces do not look especially icy or slippery, it is very possible that a thin sheet of transparent ice or “Black Ice” is covering your pathway putting you at risk..

Free Course Held in Reading from March through April for Family Caregivers Supporting Loved Ones with Alzheimer’s and Dementia

If you are a family caregiver working to support the needs of a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia, there is now help! Mystic Valley Elder Services in partnership with the Reading Council on Aging will be holding its free, six-session course…

FREE Healthy Eating Study Sessions Held at Stoneham Senior Center

The Healthy Eating Study is a research study to help advance the Healthy Eating for Successful Living in Older Adults Program to be a qualified evidenced-based program through an external evaluation…

Mystic Valley Elder Services to Hold Free Workshop Series—A Matter of Balance—April through June at the Pleasant Street Center in Reading

A Matter of Balance is a free, award-winning program designed to manage falls and increase activity levels. You’ll learn how to see falls as something you can control; set goals for increasing your physical activities; make modifications to your home to reduce fall risks…

Medford School Committee Recognizes Mystic Valley Elder Services’ Reading Partners Program’s Volunteers

The Medford School Committee recently recognized Mystic Valley Elder Services’ Reading Partners program from the Brooks, Columbus and McGlynn schools in Medford. The School Committee thanked the volunteers…

Mystic Valley Elder Services Receives $5K Donation from Peoples United Community Foundation of Eastern Massachusetts

(PUCFEM) recently presented a $5,000 check to Mystic Valley Elder Services (MVES). The generous donation will help support MVES’ Money Management Program, which assists community dwelling older adults and adults with…

Keeping Happy and Not SAD During Winter

Depression is the most common ailment in those aged 60 and over. People suffering from SAD can set themselves into…

Mystic Valley Elder Services Employee Spotlight Award Winner

The spotlight award is given to a Mystic Valley Elder Services employee who has gone above and beyond typical job expectations, provided outstanding customer service, or…


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