Council on Aging
Online Resources for the Senior Center
Consumer Reports FREE through the library website
Electronic books, movies, magazines, and music: Libby, hoopla, rbdigital, freegal
Genealogy resources: Ancestry (available from home for a limited time), Fold3, HeritageQuest, Family Search
The Transportation Department at RiverMills Center is doing emergency rides to supermarkets, pharmacies, and limited rides to doctors for people receiving treatments, such as radiation or chemo. Please reach out to our Transportation Department if you have an emergency need at 413-536-5733. Please leave a message and someone will get back to you.
Duties & Responsibilities
The duties of the Council on Aging are to:
Services & Grants
The Council also coordinates existing services in the City & promotes & supports other programs which are designed to assist older adults in the community. The Council identifies funding sources, applies for appropriate grants, & administers grant-funded programs.
The Council on Aging must be aware of state & federal legislation concerning funding, information, exchange, & program planning to improve community programming for older adults.
Areas of Assistance
The Senior Center is committed to assisting and improving the quality of life for older adults in the areas of:
- Community service
- Good health maintenance
- Lifelong learning
- Related informational services