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The Commonwealth offers a number of services to help seniors stay healthy, independent, and engaged in their communities. Learn more about programs here.
Prescription Advantage provides prescription drug coverage for Massachusetts residents age 65 and older, as well as younger people with disabilities who meet income and employment guidelines.
The Family Caregiver Support Program is free. This program can help you care for a member of your family. A Caregiver Specialist will create a plan and give you tips and support.
Find out what you can do if you spot elder financial abuse or fraud at your financial institution. Learn about reporting requirements, training resources, and suspicious activity reporting.
MassHealth may provide health and dental care for people who are age 65 and older and individuals who need long-term-care services.
Home care services are available to help eligible elders continue to live independently and safely at home. The Home Care Program offers a variety of fee for service in home assistance based on income levels.
Find information on housing options for older residents, including assisted living, congregate, and supportive housing. You'll also find resources on affordable housing, emergency housing, and more.
The SHINE Program (Serving the Health Insurance Needs of Everyone) provides free health insurance information, counseling and assistance to all Massachusetts residents with Medicare.
Elder abuse includes physical, sexual, and emotional abuse, caretaker neglect, financial exploitation, and self neglect.
The Attorney General’s Office can help with elder issues including financial exploitation, scam prevention, long-term care, housing, and more.
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