How LifePath’s Information and Caregiver Resource Center Can Help

Soul-Searching Journey Leads to Focus on Aging

Someone Living in Long-Term Care Needs You

Strengthening Community, Inspiring Growth

Spring Is the Perfect Time to Assess the Health of Your Feet

Nutrition Notes: A Call to Save Seeds

New Benefits Enrollment Center Will Help Older Adults Access Benefits

How Protective Services Can Help

Children and Elders Create Handmade Valentine’s Cards for Meals on Wheels Recipients

My Thirty Years with Meals on Wheels

A Huge Thanks to Montague Lodge of Elks #2521!

Take Flight at Northfield Mount Hermon’s Free Concert, While Supporting Meals on Wheels!

The Good Life Blog

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Information & Caregiver Resource CornerStories

How LifePath’s Information and Caregiver Resource Center Can Help

The Information and Caregiver Resource Center (ICRC), known as the hub of the agency, has expanded the assistance available to help individuals find the resources they need to live independently and thrive in their communities.  

Information and Referral
It all starts with a phone call or email inquiry to one of our Resource Consultants, who are

Benefits Enrollment CenterStories

New Benefits Enrollment Center Will Help Older Adults Access Benefits

Our region faces unique challenges for older adults seeking to maintain independence in their homes. Thirty percent of the population in this area have incomes at or below 200% of the federal poverty level, creating significant barriers to aging well. Many older adults, especially historically underserved populations, struggle to understand and apply for benefits. 

To address

Gary Yuhas
A Message from the Executive DirectorElder Protective ServicesStories

How Protective Services Can Help

A recent conversation with a walk-in community member highlighted misconceptions around  some of the core tenets of LifePath’s work. Our mission is to provide person-centered service coordination, education, and support. We listen to our consumers from a place of compassion and understanding, we provide education and options, we recognize that consumers know what is best

Handmade valentines for Meals on Wheels recipients
Meals on WheelsStories

Children and Elders Create Handmade Valentine’s Cards for Meals on Wheels Recipients

Children from Buckland Shelburne Elementary School, Northfield Elementary School, Petersham Montessori School, Shutesbury Elementary, Four Corners School, The Learning Knoll, and Petersham Center School, along with residents of the assisted living community Arbors at Greenfield, created more than 500 beautiful cards for delivery to LifePath Meals on Wheels recipients on Valentine’s Day.

Charlie Cornish, LifePath’s Home

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Meals on WheelsStories

Take Flight at Northfield Mount Hermon’s Free Concert, While Supporting Meals on Wheels!

For the twentieth year, the Northfield Mount Hermon Instrumental Ensembles will again host a benefit concert for LifePath’s Meals on Wheels program. The concert is scheduled for Sunday, February 18th, at 3 p.m., on the beautiful Northfield Mount Hermon campus in the Rhodes Arts Center, at 1 Lamplighter Way, Gill, MA. The concert is free