SRC* takes an all-inclusive, holistic approach to maintaining each client's dignity and quality of life. With the guidance of nurse case management, certified financial planning and elder law overview, each client's care needs, financial asset protection and legal issues are addressed and resolved.
We are open for business.
We are continuing to conduct client meetings and evaluations by way of video and phone conference. As soon as we are able—we will continue with on-site meetings at any of our five locations.
As always, we have initial consultations at no cost.
If you have any questions on how we operate during these times, please give our office a call.
Please watch the video below highlighting this beautiful couple. We have had many client couples with similar stories. In fact just this week we had a couple in their 90s that passed within an hour of each other while holding hands.
Nurse-Attorney Ron Kearns held a Zoom call last week as a Continuing Education credit (CEU) to over 30-case managers, nurses and social workers from Mystic Valley Elder Services. Nurse-Attorney Kearns presented on MassHealth requirements and the ever changing guidelines during this challenging time. He outlined to the group what to expect going forward with the families they work with every day. He discussed the various MassHealth Benefit programs that pay for care at home and what some of the requirements may be.
If you are a health care organization or have questions on MassHealth and would like Nurse-Attorney Kearns to present to your group, check out our website, reply to this email, or call us today: 617-472-6600.
Salute to Seniors
SRC Director of Operations, Scott Campbell was part of a group who helped organize the “2020 Salute to Seniors” weekend in Quincy. As a way to give the high school seniors a proper "send off", Scott along with the dedicated team of volunteers gave all spring sports teams from both sides of the city a chance to play their final game against their crosstown rivals. These students were given one more at bat, one more time taking the mound, one more volley, one more run up the field representing their school. The long weekend of games ended with a parade honoring the graduates. Thanks to Scott and all the volunteers generosity, seniors (and their parents!) at both QHS and NQHS ended their high school careers with smiles on their face.