John Bauer Senior Center - Senior Center in Paxton MA
Senior Centers Nearby
Leicester Senior Center enriches the lives of seniors by providing opportunities for volunteerism, education, recreation and social engagement.
The Holden Council on Aging strives to assist seniors and their families by providing services and activities that will enable them to stay independent and living in their own homes for as long as possible.
Our mission is to help seniors to socially connect in their community and be linked to all of the services they need to maintain their individuality and independence.
The mission of the Spencer Council on Aging is to seek to enrich the lives of the community’s senior population by providing educational programs, recreational activities, referral and social service assistance and to advocate for the seniors while educating the community of the needs of it’s el
It is the mission of the Senior Center Council on Aging to identify the total needs of the community's Senior Citizens, to link to those needs and to improve the quality of life of our seniors by providing an active outreach program, providing inter-generational opportunities, opportunities for comm
Central Massachusetts Deaf Senior Citizens Center was founded in 1989 by a group of people who wanted a place where they could get together for socials, functions, and most importantly, to play BINGO! The newly founded CMDSCC's First meeting was held on June 15, 1989 at St. John's Church in Worceste
The West Boylston Council on Aging is a human service department of the town, which serves the needs and issues of West Boylston seniors, age 60 and over, or families with senior issues. The Council on Aging offers a range of programs, services and activities, such as: transportation, information an
The key to healthy aging is staying active in mind and body. Our cutting-edge senior center provides countless opportunities for seniors to take "new directions" to maintain their health. Located at 128 Providence St., the Senior Center is a bright and welcoming place for all seniors, their families
The Council On Aging is a municipal government department appointed by the Selectmen to promote the interest of our senior citizens. It is our responsibility to act as advocates for our seniors 60 years of age and older.
The mission of the Auburn Council on Aging is to link elder needs and resources by developing and/or coordinating services, community education and advocacy. The Auburn Council on Aging enhances the quality of life of Auburn’s senior population by assisting in identifying the needs of elders and
The Council on Aging was established in 1974 with the mission of providing those 60 and older an opportunity to learn about and receive services which may improve their quality of life. Educational seminars, outreach work, including referrals for services, social and recreational opportunities, alon
The mission of the Princeton Council on Aging is to identify the needs of the elderly in our community and provide appropriate programs and services to meet those needs. The Council is dedicated to this by offering health, fitness, and nutrition programs and socialization, referral services and tran
The Mission of the Barre Council on Aging: Identify the needs of elders in the community. Educate the community and enlist the support and participation of all citizens to meet the needs of elders. Design, advocate, and/or implement services to fill these needs, or coordinate existing services. Coop
For elders, quality of life is often related to the quality and continuity of relationships. The Senior Center provides a "welcoming destination" that accepts you regardless of financial status, race, creed, medical condition, or mobility. Many seniors see the Senior Center as a "home away from hom