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Board Members from Boxborough, Harvard, Littleton, Stow and Woburn.
Meals on Wheels Drivers are needed in Acton, Arlington, Bedford and Woburn.
Money Management volunteers are needed in Acton, LIttleton, and Maynard.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Read some tips on how to reduce your risk.
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We recycle cell phones and Smartphones. Please visit one of our community partners
State certified SHINE counselors are available via phone and Zoom (as well as limited face to face visits for those unable to do telephonic consults), to help Medicare beneficiaries compare their coverage and identify public benefits programs that could potentially reduce costs. Appointments are scheduled through local Councils on Aging. People who are not yet Medicare eligible are asked to schedule an appointment after December 7. Check local cable television listings for Medicare Open Enrollment sessions to be broadcast statewide.
Download the Medicare & You 2021 handbook
Getting a flu shot is an easy way to help protect you and your family. While it is best to receive the vaccine before 10/31, it is effective at any time. Flu vaccines are available at primary care offices, pharmacies, urgent care centers, and through local public health departments (where home visits may also be available). Find a local vaccine provider at VaccineFinder.org
Help us Spread the Word! Our catalog is full of great gifts for everyone on your list, including gift certificates for restaurants, museums, golfing, sightseeing attractions and more!
With appreciation to our sponsors: ABC Home Healthcare Professionals, Best Home Care, Daniel Dennis & Company, HUB International, Enterprise Bank, MIddlesex Savings Bank and Partners Healthcare at Home
This is a challenging time for those caring for loved ones. Virtual support groups and trainings are ongoing and we welcome your participation:
The voter registration deadline in Massachusetts is October 24. The National Council on Aging (NCOA) is partnering with We Can Vote to provide important information to older adults across the country about how to vote in a healthy and safe way. The website HealthyVoting.org/ncoa includes state-by-state guides created by public health and elections experts. Please vote!
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health is trying to better help people through the COVID-19 crisis by hearing about their experiences and challenges. By taking this survey, you can help find new solutions to community problems, and give MA-DPH the information they need to take action and support the communities that need it most. Please consider participating using this link: www.mass.gov/COVIDsurvey
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