Publications

Annual Report 2018

It has been a fascinating year at Elder Services, filled with success in addressing the needs of our clients, as well as meaningful progress towards our overall vision. We’ve been honored to receive support from our clients, their families, and our community, as well as recognition from local, state and national partners for the quality of our work. It’s also been a year when our staff rose to the occasion by overcoming challenges, both those we knew were on the horizon and others we could not have predicted. Most importantly, this year has renewed a sense of excitement around our mission, as well as our eagerness to take on the growth and opportunities that lie ahead

 

2018 Annual Report

Recent Publications

2021 Annual Report

This past year, our agency has grown stronger as we focused on our mission to help people in diverse communities live safely and independently at home. As our agency continues to grow, we made the decision to rebrand to AgeSpan last December to better reflect the work...

Area Plan 2022-2025

Every four years we develop an Area Plan on Aging in our role as a federally designated Area Agency on Aging (AAA). This plan, which is approved by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs, addresses the needs of older adults, adults with disabilities and...

Annual Report 2020

In our latest Annual Report, we take time to reflect on 2020 and look ahead at what comes next. ESMV-NS found 2020 to be a taxing but transformative year for our agency. The COVID-19 pandemic presented an unexpected challenge, but we rallied and learned what we are...

Area Plan 2018-2021

In our role as a federally designated Area Agency on Aging (AAA), every four years we develop an Area Plan on Aging, and it is approved by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs. The plan addresses the needs of older adults, adults with disabilities and...

Annual Report 2019

This past year was filled with exciting opportunities and unexpected challenges that taught us about resiliency, tenacity and our ability to think creatively. The Columbia Gas Explosion crisis in Lawrence, Andover, and North Andover, along with the parking upheaval at...

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