Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Peabody TRIAD Council

The Peabody TRIAD Council meets once a month and works diligently to present their programs to all Peabody seniors and to develop & implement programs which enrich and protect the day-to-day living of all the seniors in our community. These programs are currently being presented at various venues, including Senior Housing.

TRIAD events have been held at the following sites this past month for information and distribution of TRIAD materials.




Tuesday, May 2nd11 am in the Eastman Park 
Wednesday, May 10th11 am at Tannery II, 12 Crowninshield 
Tuesday, May 16th 11 am in the Wilson Terrace Community 
Tuesday, May 30th 11 am Bresnahan Street 
Wednesday, May 31st11 am at Peabody House, 18 Walnut 
Wednesday, June 7th 11 am at Seaglitz, 75 Central Street 

Free lunch was provided by the Peabody Council on Aging

Guest speakers included:

  • Leona Kaplan who discussed the City of Peabody and what it means to be an Age Friendly Community
  • Carol Pallazolla was there from Element Care to discuss complete care through PACE 


There was food, drinks, raffles, give-a-ways and more!! 

If you missed out on this event, please watch our blog page for upcoming events as we progress with the global network of age friendly communities. 






Maryanne Pierce, Peabody Council on Aging, Social Services Coordinator
Richard Nelson, Deputy Fire Chief, Fire Awareness
Leona Kaplan discussed the City of Peabody and what it means to be an Age Friendly Community
Carol Pallazolla was there from Element Care to discuss complete care through PACE
Lanna Walsh, Service Coordinator
Danielle Intem, North Shore Elder Service Intern
Joseph Mendonca PCOA TRIAD Chairperson








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