You and your spouse probably have made many plans over the years: vacations, big purchases, investments, retirement. But have you planned for getting old? This really is something that needs to be thought out. Where are you going to live in the future, especially if you cannot manage stairs and steps? How are you going to pay for help if you need it? What kind of help might you need and how would you …Read more
Dunstable Council on Aging Barbara Martin chairman, Mary Dow secretary
Donald Pottle, Vincent Hollins, James McManus
Assistant to the Elderly Anne Fenochetti 978-649-4514 # 223
Program coordinator. Susan Tully 978-649-6750 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dunstable Seniors ……we are a peer group for those over 60.
The Mission of the Dunstable Council on Aging is to serve as a supportive family resource as emerging needs of Dunstable residents become more complex; and to advocate for and provide, in a …Read more
Dunstable Council on Aging: Barbara Martin, Chairman; Mary Dow, Secretary; Donald Pottle, Vincent Hollins and James McManus
Assistant to the Elderly: Anne Fenochetti, 978-649-4514 # 223
Program coordinator: Susan Tully, 978-649-6750 email@example.com
Dunstable Seniors ……we are a peer group for those over 60. Please note: there will be no Senior meetings at the Dunstable Library until further notice.
PEPPERELL FOOD PANTRY NOW OPEN TO DUNSTABLE RESIDENTS
PACH Located at 66 Hollis St. Pepperell …Read more
A major issue for many families is providing care for family members with disabilities. This may be a parent caring for an adult child with a disability or adult children caring for an elderly and frail parent. Most families willingly provide whatever assistance is needed by their loved ones. But our systems, and society in general, don’t usually value that care very well.
Every year AARP does a study of family caregivers and the …Read more
Aging in place is the “gold standard” for seniors, at least according to many working in the senior care fields. But, is it really a viable alternative to retirement homes, assisted living, nursing homes and other care options? It is appealing to consider staying in the home you have known and loved for all of your life, but most homes and communities are not designed to provide for the needs of people as they age. …Read more