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Taylor Bridge Hudson Sign
Taylor Bridge is a scenic landmark that has stood the test of time in Hudson/Photos by Douglas Flynn

Not sure where to start?
An excellent starting point for any caregiver is a call to your local ASAP's information and referral department to learn about all the services and resources available in your area. The ASAP information and referral department can provide valuable guidance and assistance throughout your caregiving journey. Your town's Council on Aging is another essential tool to help you understand and access available resources for your loved one.

Aging Services Access Point/AAA

BayPath Elder Services, Inc.

33 Boston Post Road West
Marlborough, MA 01752

508-573-7200

www.baypath.org

Aging Services Access Points, commonly referred to as ASAPs, are one-stop entry points for all of the services and benefits available to seniors in Massachusetts. ASAPs manage the Massachusetts Home Care Program, Meals on Wheels, Money Management Program and Caregiver Support Program, as well as provide information and referrals for senior services such as home care, housing options, public benefits, legal assistance, hospice care, the ombudsman program, health insurance, senior companions and adult day care. BayPath also serves as a federal Area Agency on Aging (AAA), receiving and disbursing federal funding under the Older Americans Act.

Senior Center/Council on Aging

Hudson Senior Center

Director: Janice Long

29 Church Street
Hudson, MA 01749

978-568-9638; 978-568-9639

www.townofhudson.org
/Public_Documents
/F00014246/Index

Councils on Aging (COAs) are local volunteer organizations that offer information and direct services to seniors, their caregivers and other people with aging issues. COAs are part of the local government, and work with other senior agencies and city/town departments to provide social, recreational, health, safety and educational programs for seniors in their communities. Most COAs operate Senior Centers for area residents age 60 or older. COAs are also home to each town’s SHINE Program representatives, who provide free, confidential and unbiased health insurance information, assistance and counseling.


Town Departments

Veterans Benefits

Contact: Brian Stearns

78 Main St.
Hudson, MA 01749

978-568-9635


Home Delivered Meals

Elder Nutrition Program BayPath Elder Services, Inc.

508-573-7200

The Elder Nutrition Program at BayPath delivers nutritious meals to seniors who are unable to leave their homes due to illness, disability or frailty. The purpose of the program is to encourage better health, reduce isolation and promote independence.


Community Dining Sites

BayPath Congregate Meals Program

BayPath provides lunch programs for seniors at six locations in our service area. These programs provide opportunities for socialization and companionship, while enjoying a well-balanced “home cooked” meal. BayPath requests a voluntary contribution of $3.00 per meal. No one will be refused a meal due to the inability to contribute. Please call the location and let them know at least 24 hours in advance.

Meals available at:

Hudson Senior Center

29 Church Street
Hudson, MA 01749

978-568-9638

Meal times: Monday – Friday 11:30 a.m.

Hudson Town Hall
The Massachusetts state flag flies in front of
Hudson’s Town Hall/Photo by Douglas Flynn

Food Pantries

Hudson Community Food Pantry

28 Houghton Street
Hudson, MA

978-562-5280


Grocers that deliver to Hudson

Peapod, a Stop & Shop delivery service

800-573-2763

www.peapod.com

Internet orders
$60 minimum order, fee $9.95, $100 or more, fee $6.95

Roche Bros.

781-694-5442

www.rochebros.com

No minimum order, fee $9.95 for internet orders, $14.95 for call-in order

Veterans Memorial
Memorial honoring veterans in Hudson
/Photo by Douglas Flynn

Pharmacies that deliver to Hudson

Bouvier Pharmacy

515 Lincoln Street
Marlborough, MA

508-485-0432

Deliver prescriptions only. Order by 12 p.m. Monday-Friday. DME Provider.


Laundries that pick up and deliver to Hudson

Spin Cycle Laundry Services

860-224-7746

Pickup and delivery, wash, dry, fold laundry

$25.00 per 20-pound bag; $1.23 per pound over 20


Transportation

Hudson Senior Center Transportation Program for Seniors

978-568-9638

Call day before (ambulatory), three days before (wheelchair).

Blackstone Valley Limo

877-278-4464

MART (Medicaid Transportation)

800-854-9928


Adult Day Care and Respite Facilities in Hudson

Daybreak Adult Day Care and Caregiver Respite Program Hudson Senior Center

29 Church Street
Hudson, MA 01749

978-568-9638; 978-568-9639

Program schedule: Thursdays, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Voluntary donation of $15 per day requested

www.townofhudson.org/Public_Documents/
HudsonMA_COA/Caregiver/Daybreak


Subsidized Housing in Hudson

Hudson Housing Authority

Director: Julie Torres

8 Brigham Circle
Hudson, MA 01749

978-562-9268

Norma Oliver Village

Glen Road

978-562-9268

Peter’s Grove

Lake Street

978-568-0670

This is a partial listing courtesy of CaregivingMetroWest.org. CaregivingMetroWest.org does not license, endorse or recommend any providers. For more information call BayPath Elder Services, Inc. at 508-573-7200.

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