Housing Options as We Age Public Forum Nov. 10


On Wednesday November 10 the City of Cambridge will sponsor a panel discussion for seniors and those approaching their senior years - What’s Next: Housing Options as We Age. The discussion will take place in the Lecture Hall of the Cambridge Main Library from 6:30 P. M. to 8:30 P. M.

One of the most important concerns we face as we age is the question of where to live. Faced with the question of remaining in their homes versus moving, many people are unsure of what services and housing choices are available to help guide that choice. This panel discussion aims to help frame the choices both for individuals and for Cambridge as a community. Our speakers are knowedgeable about nonprofit, for profit, and public housing as well as housing and elder services.

Click link to To learn more please see our flyer.

Click link to To learn more from the community and to assist our panel members, we are asking members of the public to complete a short Questionnaire about housing options as we age.

For more information, please contact either Cliff Cook at the Community Development Department at 617/349-4656 or ccook@cambridgema.gov or Eileen Ginnetty at the Council on Aging at 617/349-6216 or eginnetty@cambridgema.gov .

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