blumshapiro and Pabian & Russell are proud to co-sponsor:

Finding the Work and Care Balance in the Midst of the Generations
Thursday, January 30, 2020  |  5:00 PM - 7:00 PM  |  The Seaport Hotel, Boston

With  the increase in longevity and the overwhelming likelihood of people in the prime of their career to also be caring for both children and aging parents and relatives, it is more important than ever to find strategies, resources, and balance. 

Join us for an evening of conversation with Kate Granigan, LICSW, C-ASWCM ad CEO of LifeCare Advocates  to discuss ways to care for yourself and while caring for those you love.

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About our Guest Speaker:

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Kate Granigan, CEO, LifeCare Advocates

Ms. Kate Granigan is a licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and received her Master’s degree in Social Work from Boston College in 1994.  She has worked as a clinician in the field of aging for over 20 years.  Ms. Granigan founded C.A.R.E., a Care Management practice, in 1999, and in June 2009 C.A.R.E. merged with Overlook Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice Services, part of the non-profit Masonic Health System.  Ms. Granigan was Vice President of Care Management until 2016 when she left to join LifeCare Advocates as Chief Executive Officer.

As Chief Executive Officer of LifeCare Advocates, Ms. Granigan oversees a care management practice with a team of Life Care Managers, both nurses and social workers, who provide assistance, advocacy and guidance to elders and their families. 

Ms. Granigan is on the Board of Directors of the Aging Life Care Association (formerly National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers- NAPGCM) and an Advisory Board member for the Massachusetts Guardianship Association.  Ms. Granigan is a former member of the Board of Directors for the Scituate Council on Aging, Massachusetts Guardianship Association, and Secretary/Treasurer of National Academy of Certified Care Managers (NACCM).  Ms. Granigan is a former member of the Board of Directors and a past President of the New England Chapter of the Aging Life Care Association.  In 2015 Ms. Granigan was the recipient of the Aging Life Care Association’s New England Chapter  “Member of the Year” award.

Ms. Granigan lectures regularly on topics related to aging, caregiving, and elder care.