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Becca Moro

An Interview with Alternate Caregiver Becca Moro

Becca Moro, 27, of Shelburne Falls, is an alternate caregiver for LifePath’s Adult Family Care (AFC) and Shared Living Programs. These programs offer compassionate, individualized care in a nurturing home environment. Members are individuals who cannot live alone safely because of medical, physical, cognitive, or mental health challenges. Members live in caregivers’ homes in local

picture of Shine graduates facing each other in line, flanked by Lynne Feldman and Lorraine York-Edberg
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New SHINE Graduates Are Ready to Help with Medicare Options

Above, left to right: Lynne Feldman, Director of Community Services, LifePath; SHINE Graduate Chris Maguire; Shine Graduate Juan Concepcion; SHINE Graduate Donna Griffin; SHINE Graduate Lynn Hills; SHINE Graduate Sam Fowler; Lorraine York-Edberg, SHINE Regional Program Director.

On June 9, 2022, six people celebrated their graduation from the SHINE program, with five attending a luncheon at