Rochester Senior Center - Senior Center in Rochester MA
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The Mission of this Council is to identify the needs of the elders in our community and provide appropriate programs and services to meet those needs. The Council is dedicated to this ideal by offering health, fitness and nutrition programs, referral services, confidential legal and financial consul
Coordinates and provides services and activities to town's elders. Services and activites include but not limited to: congregate lunch site, home delivered meals, dial a ride transportation for elderly and disabled, social day care, outreach, fuel assistance, health screenings, durable medical equip
The Council on Aging provides information, services, programs and activities for elders, caregivers and the community. These include a Daily Luncheon Program (Monday through Friday), Meals on Wheels, an Adult Supportive Day Program, Transportation and a full range of activities.
The Council on Aging was established for the purpose of coordinating and carrying out programs designed to identify and meet the needs of Lakeville residents aged 60 or older. Once identified, it is our responsibility to inform our elders and the community of available services. Funding to meet thes
The Plymouth Center for Active Living is a department of the Town of Plymouth supported by local, state and federal funds. The Center for Active Living located at 44 Nook Road, Plymouth, for the purpose of providing services for Plymouth residents 60 years of age and older. Mission Statement: To pro
Our mission statement...To identify the economic, health and cultural needs of our senior community and provide an environment of support, learning and socialization while striving to enrich senior lives by offering as wide array of programs, transportation and advocating on their behalf, when neces
The mission of the Bridgewater Senior Center is to promote the emotional, physical and economic well being of older adults and to encourage their participation in all aspects of community life.
Mission Statement: To advocate the independent lifestyle and quality of life of the senior community through the promotion of wellness, education, recreation and socialization. The COA will determine our elder citizen’s needs based on internal and external sources and provide the necessary service
The East Bridgewater Council on Aging (EBCOA) serves older persons, disabled persons of all ages and their caregivers, and others in need of services and referrals. Programs that enhance dignity, support independence and encourage general wellness are developed, coordinated and promoted to meet the
The mission is to create an inclusive environment to enable our growing population of senior citizens to lead independent and rewarding lives through advocacy and support, both physical and emotional, and to encourage seniors to use their talents, knowledge and experience for themselves and the bene
The West Bridgewater Department of Elder Services is dedicated to providing Senior Citizens with the services necessary for them to continue to live in their homes with health, happiness, comfort and security.
Mission Statement: Communicate with and care for the seniors in our community. Open and stimulate minds through programs and activities. Act together to make senior years interesting and enjoyable.
Senior Centers serve as a welcoming place for older people at risk of losing their ability to remain self-sufficient. As described by the National Association of Senior Centers “Senior Centers are an entry point to an array of services that will assist them as they ‘age in place.’ Senior Cente
The Council on Aging, a human service department of the town, through it’s Senior Center, provides a central mechanism for the delivery of services and activities to Marshfield’s elder population. Through the use of a familiar and convenient location those needing assistance have an easily iden