- 2021 Posts

  1. Putting Your Right Shoe Forward
  2. Caregiver Specialists: Your Personal Guide Along Care Journey Path
  3. Executive Director: Gala Postponed until Spring 2022
  4. Executive Director: Face Coverings Required Starting August 2
  5. How to Get Started Refreshing Your Home
  6. Why it's Important to Have a Will
  7. COVID-19 Vaccine Information
  8. "Senior Scams" featured in Caregiving magazine
  9. Executive Director: What you can expect at NSSC starting Jun 14
  10. The Shop at the Center: The North Shore's Best Kept Secret
  11. Bridge Phase Update: A Message from the Executive Director
  12. Do’s and Don’ts as You Re-Enter Stores
  13. Easing Their Way Back: How NSSC members are slowly returning to pre-pandemic normalcy
  14. Medicare and COVID-19
  15. Easing Your Way Back to Normal
  16. Ways Caregivers Can Strengthen Connections & Reduce Loneliness
  17. A Change in Seasons Can Bring a Change in Moods
  18. New Act Provides Relief for Pandemic Weary Individuals
  19. Something to Think About
  20. Do I Hear an Echo? Smart Home Devices Can Make Life Safer and Easier
  21. "Senior Financial Abuse" as featured in Caregiving Magazine
  22. Annual Report - FY20
  23. 2021 New Year Message from Executive Director
  24. "The U-Shaped Happiness Curve"
  25. "Everyone Has a Story to Tell. Are You Ready to Share Your Life Story?"

+ 2020 Posts

2021 New Year Message from Executive Director

January 01, 2021

Dear Friends & Supporters,

Reflecting on 2020 with all its uncertainty and challenges, I’m filled with gratitude for each of you. Whether you gave your time, your dollars, your words of advice or your letters of support, you are a fundamental part of our work and our hope for the future. I’m grateful to those of you who trusted us to make the right (and sometimes difficult) decisions during the past year. We’ve made it through one of the most trying years of our lifetimes and we did it together.

2021 brings a new year with new possibilities. The COVID-19 vaccine is in our not-so-distant future so we can begin to think about in-person programs and face-to-face contact. As we plan for the coming months, we will continue to take extra precautions as we navigate our way to a “new” normal.

As we go through the rest of the winter, I encourage you to continue checking in with family and friends, especially those who live alone or those who are caregivers. Call us anytime we can assist with someone who needs support: 847.784.6000.

Here’s to a new year filled with hope and all sorts of possibilities!

Tish Rudnicki, MSW
Executive Director