Care and connection. As human beings we need these supports—no matter what stage of life we’re in. But older adults and people with disabilities often struggle to get the physical and emotional care they need, especially if they value independence and want to continue...
With challenges from COVID-19 this holiday season, it’s more important to see and support our loved ones in safe, socially distant ways. To help you celebrate and stay connected virtually, we’re providing these 4 easy tips you can start using today.
This September we came together to support the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimers, strengthen our community’s Falls Prevention efforts, and promote WestMass togetherness by working as a team to support a common goal and good causes.
In May, Roger was found crying on a park bench, hungry and hopeless. The 89-year-old veteran said it was the worst day of his life. Yet in just a few weeks, Roger was back on his feet, well-fed, and getting the medical care he needed. That’s the power of WestMass ElderCare.