Forum With Lots of Info About Aging Well in Watertown Coming Thursday

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The Town of Watertown will host a forum on different options for those looking to remain in town as they age.

The town sent out the following information:

Aging Well in Watertown: Housing Forum

Thinking of moving? Downsizing? Modifying?

Learn what’s available in Watertown as we, and our loved ones, age.

Thursday, May 4, 2017
Watertown Free Public Library
5:30 to 6:15 pm – Light refreshments & Resource Fair
6:15 to 8:30 pm – Panel Presentations and Q&A

Thanks to generous donations by the Watertown Commission on Disabilities, the Watertown Council on Aging, Watertown Health Department, and the Marshall Home Fund, CART (Communication Access Real-time Translation) services will be available! CART is instantaneous translation of the spoken word onto a screen.


Senior Public Housing Options in Watertown

Brian Costello, Executive Director, Watertown Housing Authority

Affordable Senior Housing, Private & Nonprofit Options

Jennifer Van Campen, Executive Director, Metro West Collaborative Development

Senior Living Communities

Andrea Adams, Senior Planner, Town of Watertown Community Development & Planning

Staying in Your Home

Jackie Dobson, Access & Design Resource Specialist, Founder, SOLUTIONS for Accessibility

In-home Services

Ruth Beckerman-Rodau, Chief Executive Officer, Springwell

The following organizations will be present at resource tables to answer your questions and provide materials about housing options for older Watertown residents.

Metro West Collaborative Development


Solutions for Accessibility

The Residence at Watertown Square

Watertown for All Ages

Watertown Housing Authority

Watertown Senior Center


Town of Watertown

Watertown Council on Aging

Metro West Collaborative Development

Watertown for All Ages

Watertown Housing Authority

Live Well Watertown

Marshall Home Fund

Watertown Community Foundation


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