Our team is passionate about partnering with families and their loved ones to help them obtain the most compassionate, coordinated and informed care possible.
Susan D'Orazio, Clinical Services Director, and her experience with caring for adults and seniors spans more than four decades in a variety of patient care settings. She has worked as a triage nurse for 22 years supporting multiple physician practices with Lahey Health. She has assisted patients with education, medication management, coordinating hospital and specialty appointments and coordinated home health services.
Susan is a graduate of Beverly Hospital School of Practical Nursing and is a Certified Dementia Practitioner. The last 10 years Sue has been working with senior as a wellness nurse and Resident Care Director in Assisted Livings. She utilizes the nursing process of assessment and critical thinking, and her wide breadth of knowledge of medical and geriatric conditions and community resources to maximize solutions.
In her spare time, Susan loves to spend time with her family going deep sea fishing.
Tracy Valletti, MS, CDP
Tracy has spent 20 years in a diverse range of settings and healthcare roles. Prior to founding Northeast Care Management and Consultants, Tracy has served as Executive Director for several assisted living communities.
At a very young age, Tracy has been drawn to serve the elderly and went into healthcare when a family member developed dementia. Her tireless capacity to develop creative solutions results in positive outcomes for her clients. Tracy's expertise is the coordination of services designed to assist families with an aging parent or relative.
She is passionate in leading a team that takes pride in providing quality care and services which has a lasting impact on the lives of seniors, families, and staff that they serve. Tracy strategizes with field professionals in order to maximize services and outcomes.
Throughout her career, she has been instrumental in helping families navigate through the journey as she looks at each individual holistically to find the right solutions. Her goal is to be sure that the highest level of dignity, autonomy, and quality of life is achieved, regardless of where they are in the aging process.
Tracy holds a Masters in Gerontology and is a Certified Dementia Practitioner.
In Tracy's spare time, she loves to kayak, cross country ski, garden and spend time with family.
Lynne Nieman, Life Enrichment and Education Specialist, has been active for over 35 years in geriatric care services, including holistic and therapeutic programming, in both the Assisted Living and Nursing Home settings. Lynne is a Certified Dementia Practitioner, Reiki Practitioner, and creator and presenter of “Laughter is Funny” which highlights the importance of laughter in your life.
Over the years, Lynne has been instrumental on the North Shore in running programs in nursing homes, senior centers, and assisted living communities. Lynne continues to further her education through the Alzheimer’s Association and Montessori Programming for Dementia. Lynne was a 2007 Nominee for Excellence in Programming through the Assisted Living Association and past Co-Chair for the Alzheimer’s Partnership for 2 years and is the current Chairperson for the EPNG (Elder Professional Networking Group) for the past 6 years.
Lynne’s passion and commitment lies in improving the quality of life for seniors through creative programming.
In Lynne's spare time she enjoys keeping up with the current trends in holistic care and loves listening to music and going to the beach.
Stephanie Convey is a nurse practitioner that assists seniors and their families find the right help at the right time, with the right team.
Stephanie worked in the field of nutrition for a decade, and then became a nurse practitioner over 10 years ago, specializing in primary care. She loves working with clients and their families to find the support they need to meet their unique goals.
She is a voracious reader, enjoys the outdoors and traveling, and lives on the North Shore with her family.
In addition to Holly serving as a Care Manager for Northeast Care Management, she serves as a Case manager/Social Worker in a community setting serving elders on the North Shore. Holly has worked in several inpatient settings as a Licensed and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant, providing skilled therapy to a variety of patients with varying diagnoses and degrees of functioning. Holly also has experience in the home care setting, providing in home therapy to patients post discharge from inpatient rehab. Holly is a trained as a Certified Lymphedema Therapist and has experience working in an outpatient setting providing skilled therapy to patients with upper and lower extremity lymphedema.
Holly is an alumna of the University of Vermont, where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in sociology, as well as North Shore Community College, where she earned her Associates Degree in Occupational Therapy. After graduating from NSCC, Holly served as an adjunct instructor in the OTA program.
Holly recently moved to Gloucester, where she enjoys walking on the beach collecting sea glass. Holly also enjoys spending time with her family, and she is an avid tennis player.
Linda Jean is a Registered Dietician with extensive experience in providing senior nutrition guidance in both clinical and community settings.
She has held local and regional dietician positions in the long-term care environment, and has been affiliated with assisted living and senior centers. She has established a successful nutrition consulting practice which includes guidance, menu development and implementation.
She earned her BS in Nutrition at Framingham State College and completed her dietetic internship at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. She has attended the Culinary Institute of America in New York and has been published in newsletters and trade journals.
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