Cambridge At Home
Welcome to Cambridge at Home!
Self sufficient, engaged, useful:
A new definition of being over 65
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? 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
but want to hold a place for the future.
CAH Open House Information Sessions
- March 22 - 11:00 am
- April 30 - 1:00 pm
- May 20 - 11:00 am
Information sessions are held at the CAH office:
545 Concord Avenue, Suite 104, Cambridge, MA 02138
Please call ahead to reserve a space or schedule
an individual appointment with a staff member.
Call: 617-864-1715 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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
New Movement Wellness Class for CAH members!
Susanne Liebich, Dancing Wellness
Every Friday CAH members have the opportunity
to move and dance with Susanne Liebich of
and see a short clip about her wonderful dance
and movement classes!
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...
Brian Williams, host NBC Nightly News
Tanglewood 2014 Tickets on Sale now!!
2014 Lecture Series:"Inside Cambridge Biotechnology"
March 11th at 6:00 pm
Dr. George Scangos
CEO, Biogen Idec, Cambridge
"Addressing Medicine’s Most Difficult Challenges Back Home in Cambridge"
MIT Museum, 265 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA
Open to the public. Admission $10, Seniors and students $5.00
Dr. David Schenkein, CEO, Agios Pharmaceuticals -
"Attacking the Deadly Metabolism of Cancer Cells"
Leaders of Cambridge biotechnology firms will be the speakers in a series of five lectures organized this winter and spring by Cambridge at Home and the MIT Museum. The theme of the series is “Inside Cambridge Biotechnology: Life Sciences and Human Health.” The lectures
will provide lay-language insights into the local biotechnology
industry’s current work on rare and often severe illnesses, which taps
the flood of new knowledge in biology.These lectures are open to the public. Click here for the lecture schedule.
CAH and Beacon Hill Village will again travel
together on a private bus to Tanglewood.
IN THE NEWS
CAH Introduces the new Gateway Membership
Tax Deductible membership option for people aged 50-72
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