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Cambridge Health Alliance
An innovative health care system that serves patients in Cambridge, Somerville and Boston’s metro-north region. Visit www.challiance.org for more information.

The Quimby Center for Geriatric Care at Mount Auburn Hospital
Mount Auburn Hospital is dedicated to delivering healthcare services to you in a personable, convenient and compassionate manner. Visit
www.mountauburnhospital.org for more information.

Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services
A non-profit elder services agency that’s dedicated to helping people maintain independence and well-being at home, by providing services, supports, and information. Visit www.eldercare.org for more information.

Paine Senior Services
Serves Cambridge residents aged 60+ years old who prefer to remain independent in their community and need information about resources, services, benefits, and available options. Visit www.manyhelpinghands365.org/project/paine-senior-services/ for more information.

Springwell, Inc.
A private, non-profit organization that has been creating, managing, and coordinating a wide range of services for more than 35 years. Visit www.springwell.com for more information.

Cambridge Local First
Cambridge Local First is part of a nation-wide effort to build stronger, healthier more resilient communities. Visit www.cambridgelocalfirst.org for more information 

Cambridge Volunteer Clearinghouse 
Cambridge Volunteer Clearinghouse is a free service to help streamline your search for a short- or long-term volunteer engagement serving Cambridge. Seniors are welcome!  Information at www.cambridgevolunteers.org

MBTA The Ride
The RIDE is the MBTA’s door-to-door, shared-ride paratransit service. The RIDE is operated by the MBTA in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Visit www.mbta.com/accessibility/the-ride for more information.

MIT AgeLab
The MIT AgeLab was created in 1999 to invent new ideas and creatively translate technologies into practical solutions that improve people’s health and enable them to “do things” throughout the lifespan. Visit www.agelab.mit.edu for more information.

Councils on Aging in Masachusetts
A nonprofit, membership association of the 350 municipal councils on aging and senior centers. Visit www.mass.gov/councils-on-aging-senior-centers for more information.

Massachusetts Healthy Aging Collaborative
 A network of leaders in community, health and wellness, government, advocacy, research, business, education, and philanthropy who have come together to advance healthy aging. Visit www.ahealthyagingcollaborative.org for more information.

Tufts University’s Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging
One of six human nutrition research centers supported by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Visit www.hnrca.tufts.edu for more information.

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