My Mom/Dad is in need of some services. Is there anything out there?

The Outreach Worker, Lisa Kelley from the Grafton Senior Center is very willing to sit down with a family or a caregiver to help with any concerns. If she does not know an answer, she will certainly find it out for you. Depending on the situation, including finances, there may be services available at very little cost, such as home care, errands, housekeeping, etc. Elder Services of Worcester, along with two other agencies, have produced a valuable "Caregiver's Guide". This book is free of charge at the Grafton Senior Center. It is chocked with very helpful resources. Please stop by or ask to have one mailed to you. Meals on Wheels can also be delivered to a senior's door Monday through Friday.

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1. How do I go about using the senior van?
2. How do I receive the Grafton Senior Center monthly newsletter?
3. What kind of services does the Grafton Senior Center provide?
4. Who can use the Grafton Senior Center?
5. I am an active person. I always thought that Senior Centers are for old people. What is there for me?
6. I still work full time. Is the Senior Center open after normal hours?
7. How do I start coming to lunch at the Center?
8. How do I start taking the senior bus?
9. My Mom/Dad is in need of some services. Is there anything out there?
10. What does it cost to use the Senior Center?