LifePath Celebrates 45 Years of Providing Options for Independence
Throughout the changing landscape of the past 45 years, LifePath has stayed true to its mission to provide options for independence and enhance the quality of life of those we serve through person-centered care and support of caregivers. Read more...
Become a volunteer and give the gift of independence
Imagine yourself as a Rides for Health driver: In providing an elder with a ride to a medical appointment or the pharmacy, you are making a difference in the life of the elder you're matched with and answering a critical need in our community. Read more...
There's no care like Home Care!
LifePath helps elders age in place with Home Care Services and so much more. These services are making a difference to Regina Lobello and other elders here in Franklin County and the North Quabbin. Read their stories.
What is it like to be a paid caregiver with Adult Family Care?
Thanks to Jean’s work as a paid caregiver through the Adult Family Care program at LifePath, her home is a house filled to the brim with love: three ladies, Marcia, Jane, and Brenda, live with Jean today. Watch their story.
Join a Healthy Living Workshop Series
Gain confidence to better manage the challenges of chronic illness! Healthy Living workshops are free and open to people with one or more chronic health conditions as well as their caregivers and loved ones. Read more...
LifePath is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
We are LifePath
At LifePath, we listen first, and then help each person find the best options for their unique needs. We help elders and persons with disabilities maintain independence and quality of life in their own homes and communities. We help caregivers to find relief and help loved ones to choose the right path.
As we have been for 45 years, we'll be there offering options for independence.
Area Agency on Aging in Western Massachusetts
LifePath, a private, non-profit corporation, Area Agency on Aging, and Aging Services Access Point, serves all of Franklin County and Athol, Petersham, Royalston and Phillipston, Massachusetts. Some of our programs are available in Hampden, Hampshire, and Berkshire counties.
Voluntary contributions are welcome and needed to sustain programs to help elders, adults with disabilities, and their caregivers.
Your contribution is tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. To make a donation, click here.