Information and resources that support your role in caring for a loved one.
New Supportive Housing Program launched in Marlborough
BayPath Elder Services, in partnership with the Marlborough Community Development Authority Housing Division and Partners Private Care, launched a new Supportive Housing Program in Marlborough with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, Jan. 30
Free Alzheimer training for family caregivers available in March
BayPath Elder Services. Inc. will host a free training session for family caregivers caring for a loved one with Alzheimer`s. The training session, presented by Hearthstone Alzheimer Care and the I’m Still Here Foundation, will take place on March 19.
Living with Alzheimer’s seminar being presented at the Holliston Senior Center on May 5
Elder law attorney Arthur Bergeron, the Alzheimer’s Association and BayPath Elder Services will present a seminar on “Living with Alzheimer’s: Staying Home and Staying Safe” Tuesday, May 5 at 6 p.m. at the Holliston Senior Center.
BayPath project to create dementia-friendly communities gains insight and inspiration on trip to Minnesota
BayPath Executive Director Christine Alessandro and a contingent of key figures in the project to create dementia-friendly communities in Marlborough, Hudson and Northborough recently traveled to Minnesota to learn first-hand how to successfully implement such a plan.
Informational meeting on making Northborough a dementia-friendly community on Jan. 12
Northborough is one of several MetroWest towns looking to make their community “dementia friendly” to help individuals with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia live full and safe lives. An informational meeting on the process and how you can help will be held at the Northborough Senior Center on Jan. 12.
Caregiving MetroWest adds new content on dementia-friendly communities as program brings approach to area towns
BayPath Elder Services and key stakeholders from all sectors of the community are coming together to help create dementia-friendly communities in MetroWest through the Come 2B Dementia Friendly program. Check out Caregiving MetroWest’s new section on dementia-friendly communities to learn more.
Senator Jamie Eldridge hosting 36th Annual Senior Conference April 21 in Marlborough
State Senator Jamie Eldridge will host the 36th Annual Senior Conference this Thursday, April 21 in Marlborough. The event is free to attend and will run from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at Assabet Valley Regional Technical high School. It will feature workshops, entertainment, exhibits, health screenings, door prizes and guest speakers.
Local farmers’ markets provide affordable, nutritious food options for a healthy diet
Farmers’ markets are a source of healthy and delicious food to help both caregivers and the loved ones they’re caring for get the nutrition they need. Check out this post for a list of some of the many farmers’ markets held locally throughout the summer and fall.
Caregiving Chronicles Q&A: Options Counseling can help you navigate the complex world of long-term care
In the latest edition of our Caregiving Chronicles Q&A series, we speak with BayPath Elder Services Options Counselor Susan Cote about the services she offers and what patients and caregivers should know about the program.
Caregiving MetroWest earns prestigious national Aging Innovations Award
Caregiving MetroWest was recently honored by the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging, winning second place nationally in the Aging Innovations category for the development of the CaregivingMetroWest.org website.