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Category Archives: Seniors
With more than a 110 years of experience, the Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired is a leader in the field of vision rehabilitation. Our partner optometrists, occupational therapists, peer support group leaders and 1:1 community volunteers helped more than 1,100 Massachusetts residents live with dignity and independence this year.
Chinese Bible Church of Lowell (CBCGL) was established in 1989. CBCGL has three congregations that speak English, Mandarin and Cantonese. We have English and Chinese Worship on Sundays and fellowship and AWANA on Fridays.
Compassus Hospice is actively seeking administrative volunteers, direct care volunteers for patients at end of life and specialty volunteers providing music therapy, art therapy, pet therapy (certification resources available ) or energy healing volunteers certified in reiki or polarity. Training is free and no experience is necessary. As a team we are helping to contribute making a difference in the lives of others with compassionate and heart felt companionship.
Strongwater Farm strives to enrich lives through the healing power of horses. The mission is to enhance and enrich lives by providing education, social opportunities and emotional support for its communities through equine assisted activities and therapies.
We identify and promote programs which are designed to meet the physical, emotional, and social needs of residents who are 60 years of age and older. Special Services include transportation, nutrition, health, outreach, respite care, home care, fuel assistance, Adult Supportive Day Program, Meals on Wheels, Friendly Visitor Program, support groups, recreational & social activities, the “Senior Citizen Messenger” monthly newsletter, and information & referral.
We are a group of volunteers dedicated to enriching the lives of others by harnessing the proven power of flowers to lift spirits and promote healing. Our recipients are people who are lonely, isolated, ill, or simply going through a rough patch.
The Chelmsford Library serves the intellectual, entertainment, and social needs of the Chelmsford Community. We have a variety of resources, programs, and services, available both at our main branch in Chelmsford center and our MacKay branch in North Chelmsford.
Our mission is to provide for people with disabilities the support needed to live, work, learn, grow, and participate to their fullest potential in their community.
Free legal service & advice to ages 60 & over re: Social Security & Public Benefits; housing/landlord/tenant law; health care & nursing home disputes; utility shut-offs; financial exploitation; physical abuse, guardianship & conservatorship; domestic abuse. Services are NOT provided in criminal cases, real estate matters, probate or estate planning.
NARFE keeps members informed of local and national legislation affecting their retirement benefits and changes in governmental procedures. Services: meetings with speakers on issues affecting Retired Federal Employees; bi-monthly newsletter keeps members informed of issues, benefits, conventions, legislation, and social events concerning members; provides social contact for members.