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The Woburn Council on Aging(COA) is a municipal, volunteer board appointed by the mayor. It is the responsibility of the COA to identify the needs of Woburn’s elder population. The COA provides resources to educate the community at large regarding the needs of the elderly. This is done by designin
Wilmington Department of Elderly Services is committed to continuously advocating, promoting and providing services to Wilmington Citizens 60 and over. These services contribute to the well-being of our seniors in the following ways: Information and Referral; Care Planning and Management; Health and
Whether you’re intetrested in learning a new language or craft, sharing your opinions, playing games, singing, dancing, getting help with your computer, socializing, or something else, you can find others who share your interests at the Jenks Center.
The mission of the Bedford Council on Aging is to promote the health and well being and to enhance the quality of life of residents aged 60 and over, their families and caregivers in an age-friendly Bedford.
Activities for citizens 60 years of age and older and those with disabilities, can be found at the new Community Center at 39 Marrett Road. Activities for Seniors are supported by the Council on Aging board, appointed by the Town Manager, and the Friends of the Council on Aging, a group who raises f
The Stoneham Senior Center is the Town’s second oldest Almshouse, built in 1852 in the Greek Revival style. The building was renovated in 1998 and has been proudly listed on the National Register of Historical Places since 1984. Through the guidance from the Council on Aging's Board of Directors a
Are you a resident aged 60 or over? We’d love to welcome you at our vibrant senior center located at 30 Converse Street! Our schedule is packed with activities to exercise your mind, body, and social calendar. We’re also a resource for hot topics, from legal and financial planning to health insu
The Billerica Council on Aging is the primary resource for aging services in the town.
The Arlington Council on Aging values the diversity of our participants, staff, volunteers, and the Arlington community. We strive to model and promote a welcoming environment by embracing our aging community including differences in race, socioeconomic status, cultural background, sexual orientati
Milano Center was constructed by converting and expanding the historic Beebe Estate Carriage House, circa 1897 and re-opening in 1995. Each year, close to 1,000 participants attend the over 20,000 social, recreational, health and educational programs offered at the center.
The general mandate of the Medford Council on Aging is to be the primary advocate for Medford’s older adults. To that end, the Council evaluates, promotes, encourages and provides new and existing services that are intended to enhance the quality of the lives of elder residents. The Council provid
The Edith A. O’Leary Senior Center is located in the first floor of the Third Meeting House (circa.1829) on the Common in the beautiful white tower-clocked building beyond the gazebo on top of the hill in the Center of the Town of North Reading. Our goal is help North Reading Elders safely age in
Mission Statement: To enhance the lives of our Senior Citizens by identifying their needs and developing programs, activities, community involvement and resources to provide them with an independent and enriched quality of life.
The Somerville Council on Aging supports older adults in their efforts to maintain their independence by enhancing growth, dignity, and a sense of belonging in mind, body, and spirit while aging in place. We provide access to fitness, health, and wellness activities, socialization opportunities, edu
More than a senior center, the Beech Street Center offers a wide range of activities, resources, and information for seniors and "boomers" in the Belmont area as well as staging many community-based events and programs.