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We were thrilled to receive a $100K for 100 grant from Cummings Foundation. Now, Cummings Properties is offering you the opportunity to directly support our nonprofit through a new referral program. If you know someone with a commercial real estate need, simply share your referral’s name and contact information with Cummings using their online form.
Beginning this April, Medicare is issuing new Medicare cards. Here are 10 things to know about your new Medicare card.
Board Members from Boxborough, Burlington and Woburn.
Money Management volunteers are needed in Winchester, Woburn and Arlington.
Meals on Wheels Drivers are needed in Concord and Woburn.
The Minuteman Ombudsman Program is seeking volunteers in Woburn, Concord and Littleton.
To find out more about these and other opportunities, please call Harriet at 781-221-7001.
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We recycle cell phones and Smartphones. Please bring to our office at 26 Crosby Drive, Bedford, MA or visit one of our community partners
Community Champions, including federal, state and local officials, raise awareness by taking the time to accompany a Meals on Wheels driver as they deliver a hot meal and a friendly hello to those who are homebound.
Would you consider donating $10 to provide a meal to an isolated senior at nutritional risk?
These workshops will help you live life more fully with chronic disease, avoid falls, and manage the stress of caregiving. Click on the links below for location and registration information, and check the Healthy Living Program Schedule on our website for the most up to date schedule, as new classes are added regularly. Pre-registration required. You do not have to live in a town to register for a workshop.
Chronic Pain Self-Management
Winchester: Mondays, May 14 - June 25 from 1:00pm - 3:30pm
Matter of Balance
Lexington: Mondays, May 7 - July 2 from 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Programs are funded in part through generous grants from:
and support from our Premium Sponsors
Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementia-related illness can increase your loved one’s risk of nutrition problems, which exacerbate symptoms of the disease, increase caregiver stress, and lead to more frequent hospitalizations. Thanks to generous local grants, we are able to offer specialized nutritional assessment and counseling in your home, and family caregiver coaching and support around nutrition issues. There is no cost for this service but it is time-limited. Click for details
This prograrm is funded through grants from the Foundation for MetroWest and the Northwest Suburban Health Alliance/CHNA 15 DoN funds from Lahey Hospital and Medical Center and Winchester Hospital.
Decluttering Group Starting April 11
Are your possessions taking over your house? Do you know someone whose clutter is having a negative impact on their relationships, employment, or safety? Our support group can help! This free 10 week program is for adults of all ages. Pre-registration is required. For more information please call Susan at 781-221-7052.
This program is funded through a generous grant from the Cummings Foundation.