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The Living Well Network

fosters a strong, connected, engaged, and healthy community of residents 55 and up who continue to thrive as we age.

Welcome to the Living Well Network

We are a grassroots-based program of the Baldwin Community. We link adults age 55+ with a social network, activities, events, volunteer opportunities, and classes to enrich our lives. LWN advocates for Cambridge seniors and celebrates the many positive aspects of growing older. Created originally to apply “Aging in Place” social movement to the Baldwin community, LWN nurtures healthy aging best practices, and seeks to support residents throughout Cambridge to stay in our homes and neighborhoods as we age.

We Promote

  • Aging in place
  • Lifelong learning
  • Physical, mental, and social health
  • Connecting neighborhood elders to each other, to other community members, and to resources, programs and services.

The LWN Update is a weekly electronic newsletter featuring local events and activities, with coverage of a wide array of issues significant to the our community. To receive The Update click here to sign up and select “Living Well Network General Interest” from the drop-down lists.

To sign up for LWN Update eNewsletter, click on the gray Sign up for our Email List in the top right of this page.

Living Well Network Programs and Services

Become A Member of the Living Well Network
Join our unique and friendly community by becoming an LWN Member with a tax-deductible contribution. We appreciate your support. You can also email Living Well Network Manager, kdalton@agassiz.org .

Living Well Guide
Download a copy of “Living Well: A Guide to Elder Services in Cambridge, 2nd Edition ,” by Kristina Snyder, to learn about all of the services that the city of Cambridge has to offer!

Thank You
The Living Well Network is grateful for the support of the volunteers who give their time and skills to support us.

Click on below for reports on Aging in Cambridge:

Aging in the Cambridge Community 2010

Special Report Retirement Survey Summary 2006

Retirement Initiative News Fall 2006

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