LifePath Awarded Grant from MCOA to Support Dementia Programs

Celebrating National Family Caregiver Month: Robin Chabot’s Caregiving Story

LifePath Is Creating a Community Engagement Center for Older Adults, People with Disabilities, and Caregivers!

For Donna and Nathaniel, LifePath’s Adult Family Care Program Offers Options

Adult Family Care: creating families, changing lives

A Caregiver’s Story: Deb & Alan Bachrach

A Caregiver’s Story

Honored to care: An Adult Family Caregiver shares a story of love and enrichment

A Caregiver’s Story

Robin Chabot with her parents, Barbara Welcome and Lawrence G. Welcome, Jr., in fromt of a bridge.
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Celebrating National Family Caregiver Month: Robin Chabot’s Caregiving Story

As a caregiver, Robin Chabot refers to herself as “a minute piece of the puzzle that tries to facilitate physical, spiritual, and emotional support.” She supports her parents, Lawrence G. Welcome, Jr., and Barbara Welcome, in “culminating their continuous hearts’ desires and projected moment-to-moment goals.” She shares an anecdote: once, when she asked her father

Noelle McManus, Client Services Senior Program Assistant
A Caregiver's StoryCommunity Engagement Center (CEC)Stories

LifePath Is Creating a Community Engagement Center for Older Adults, People with Disabilities, and Caregivers!

Things are changing in Western Massachusetts for older adults, people with disabilities, and caregivers, alike! The Healey-Driscoll Administration has awarded LifePath over $450,000 for the creation of an innovative Community Engagement Center (CEC) where caregivers can find respite and information. In late fall, there’ll be a place for caregivers to connect, access services and supports,

Nathaniel and Donna Marshall, sitting on a bench outside.
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For Donna and Nathaniel, LifePath’s Adult Family Care Program Offers Options

Are you caring for an aging individual or someone with a disability? If so, we are here to offer you options. LifePath’s Adult Family Care (AFC) Program provides care for MassHealth Standard or CommonHealth (Medicaid) members who need help with some activities of daily living (ADLs and IADLs), including bathing, eating, walking, toileting, dressing, and

May 2015 AFC Kerry Gail photo
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Honored to care: An Adult Family Caregiver shares a story of love and enrichment

An inspirational caregiving relationship

Kerry Stone of Warwick is a mother of three and, after 25 years of teaching art to children, says Kerry, “I’ve been devoting my life to doing my own art.”

For several years now, Kerry has found artistic inspiration from Gail Spooner, Kerry’s 66-year-old-aunt, who has Down syndrome and with whom Kerry shares