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Free information about a wide range of services and programs and referrals to appropriate resources.
In home assessment, service coordination and decision support to help seniors and disabled adults accomplish activities of daily living and help caregivers manage their responsibilities. Free for those who qualify, available to others on a private pay basis.
Support and services to help caregivers maintain their commitment to caring for a loved one.
Allegations of abuse, financial exploitation, neglect or self neglect are investigated.
Classes are perfect for individuals who want to learn how to better manage their own health in a fun and supportive environment.
Services for people who need assistance so they may continue to live independently at home.
Free civil legal services through the Senior Citizens Law Project (SCLP) for eligible residents age 60 or older.
Private pay care management option available to seniors and disabled adults of all ages to coordinate in home services, support transitions from hospital or rehab to home, assist with relocation and support individuals and caregivers in a wide variety of ways
Trained and supervised volunteers are matched with people who need help writing checks, balancing their checkbooks, budgeting monthly income, and running bank errands.
Advocacy for residents of nursing and rest homes in order to improve their quality of life and care.
Short-term intervention providing unbiased information about long-term care services and resources.
The Meals on Wheels (MOW) program delivers lunch to homebound seniors. Those who are not homebound can gather at community dining centers and socialize over a nutritious meal.
Free health insurance information, counseling and assistance to Massachusetts residents with Medicare.