Senior Centers & Council on Aging

Seniors Dancing at a Party

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, City of Cambridge Senior Centers and the Council on Aging are closed until further notice.
View resources and services for seniors during the COVID-19 outbreak -
General questions can be directed to the Council on Aging’s main line: 617-349-6220.

UPDATE: COVID-19 Vaccines Information and Resources Letter.
Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (SCES) is offering free transportation for local older adults, via one of SCES’ transportation providers, to nearby COVID-19 vaccination sites for scheduled vaccine appointments. If you are an older adult from Cambridge or Somerville, and you need a ride to your vaccination site for your scheduled vaccination appointment, call SCES at 617-628-2601. Click here to learn more.

View the Monthly Publication:
The Council on Aging Newsletter

Cambridge Council on Aging
Virtual Programming Schedule

Online classes will be offered through Zoom during the Safer at Home Advisory. Participants must be 60 years of age or older, and priority will be given to Cambridge residents. The Council on Aging reserves the right to impose a class size limitation per the instructors’ request.

To sign up, call the Cambridge Council on Aging at 617-349-6220
Participants will receive a Zoom email invitation directly from the instructor prior to the start of each class.
For Class Schedule and Description, click here.

View the Snow Removal Resources for Seniors

The Council on Aging (COA) works to promote and safeguard the health and independence of Cambridge seniors over the age of 60. We arrange many necessary services and provide many meaningful social and recreational options that help enhance our senior’s lives.

The COA acts as an information and referral for seniors.
For a detailed list of services, view the COA Brochure.

View Living Well, A Guide to Elder Services in Cambridge
Check out our Seniors in Action on Youtube
Watch the Cambridge Connections Memory Cafe video.