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Cambridge At Home

Welcome to Cambridge at Home!

   

Are you 50 or older? Are you a resident of Cambridge,
Belmont, Arlington, Somerville, or Watertown,
Massachusetts? Are you a caregiver? Do you need a
little extra help to stay at home? Would you like to
connect with a new social network?  If the answer is yes
join Cambridge at Home today!

 

Members have access to professional staff,vetted service
providers, monthly social programs, free exercise classes,
a grocery shopping service, vendor discounts and more.
Home maintenance, home health care, transportation,
snow removal,yard work, odd jobs,house cleaning,and
meal preparation are just a few of the services that can
help you remain confidently at home. Click here here to
learn more about the benefits of a CAH membership at
any age and join today. Check out our new
Gateway Membership for those who are not ready yet,
but want to hold a place for the future.

CAH Open House Information Sessions

Fall 2014
  • September 16th - 1:00pm
  • October 18th - 11am
  • November 13th - 1:00pm
  • December 16th - 1:00pm

Find out why more than 35,000 people nationwide

have joined the village movement! Attend an

Information Session soon at the CAH office.

545 Concord Avenue, Suite 104, Cambridge

Directions for getting to the CAH Office

Please call the office to reserve a space. You may
also schedule an individual appointment with a staff member.


Village to Village Network

Cambridge at Home is a member of the the Village to Village Network. Click on the link below to read more about the village movement nationwide.

Locate villages operating in MA
Download the new brochure below

 


What's New?

CAH's New Gateway Membership -Tax Deductible membership option
 

MA Villages to Visit MASS MoCA & The Clark

 
 
 Sol LeWitt -Wall Drawing 793B MASS MoCA
 
The Massachusetts At Home organizations are planning a group trip to the Western Massachusetts on November 5th to visit the Massachusetts Museum of Modern Art ( MASS MoCA) and newly renovated Clark Institute for Art.
 


IN THE NEWS

 
 

 Brian Williams, host NBC Nightly News It Takes a Village: Seniors Thrive While Living at Home
 

PBS Features the Village Movement-

There's No Place Like Home: Seniors Hold on to Urban Independence Into Old Age

Biogen Idec Foundation Awards Grant
Cambridge at Home has received a  vote of confidence from one of the most vibrant industries in Cambridge. This is a grant of $20,000 a year for two years from the Biogen Idec Foundation to support Project Springboard, CAH's expanded drive for additional members. Read more...

Click below to donate to CAH!







545 Concord Avenue, Suite 104 • Cambridge, MA 02138 • info@cambridgeathome.org • 617-864-1715