The Pembroke Council on Aging (COA) welcomes all seniors.
144 Center St.
Pembroke, MA 02359
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Kathleen Toole term expires 2016
Janet LaBerge term expires 2016
Linda Osborne term expires 2017 (chairman)
John Melchin term expires 2017
Sue Ellen Hewitt term expires 2018
James Kinkade term expires 2018
Eve Masiello term expires 2018
Anna Seery, COA Director
The Board meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month.
Sign up for COA updates by e-mail.
Application for Town of Pembroke Senior Citizens Card
Elder Savvy, hosted by Pembroke Council on Aging Director Anna Seery is now showing on the Pembroke Government Channel (Comcast 15). Tuesday at 11:30am Thursday at 11:30am Friday at 8:00am and 6:00pm Saturday at 6:00pm To watch the episode on your computer use PACTV's Video on Demand service by visiting, www.pactv.org/video_on_demand . For questions about the show or Government Access, call Dave Antoine at 508-830-6999.
The COA is now on !
To view current and past Newsletters please click on the following link:
August 2013 Newsletter
July 2013 newsletter
June 2013 Newsletter
May 2013 Newsletter
April 2013 Newsletter
March 2013 Newsletter
Eligible residents can apply for Lifeline Wireless Cell phones . Download the brochure here!
Did you know? The Council offers:
FREE LEGAL ADVICE FOR 60+ SENIORS
Attorney Conroy is available between 1:00 - 3:00 on the 3rd Wednesday of each month to discuss simple legal problems and answer questions.
Appointment must be made through the Pembroke COA office (781-294-8220)
PODIATRIST FOR 60+ SENIORS
If Pembroke Schools
are cancelled, the Pembroke COA will not have any van or medical (volunteer) transportation.
If the Town of Pembroke Town Hall is closed or has delayed opening, the Pembroke COA will follow Town hall guidelines.
If the Old Colony Elder Services cancels Meals on Wheels, there will be no deliveries or congregate meals (lunch at council.)
Holidays: Closed all legal holidays.
Meals-on-Wheels or congregate meals questions, please call 781-294-4645.
SHINE: Serving Health Information needs of Elders
1-800-AGE-INFO (1-800-243-4636) option: 3. www.mass.gov/elders
Prescription Advantage: 1-800-AGE-INFO (1-800-243-4636) option: 2. TTY: 1-800-610-0241 www.800ageinfo.com
Medicare:1-800-medicare (1-800-633-4227) TTY: 1-827-486-2048. www.medicare.gov
Social Security: 1-800-772-1213. TTY: 1-800-325-0778 www.socialsecurity.gov
Masshealth: 1-800-841-2900. TTY: 1-800-497-4648. www.mass.gov/masshealth
Mass Medline: 1-866-1617
Medicare Advocacy: 1-800-323-3205
Confused about health reform? Wondering what it means for older Americans?
"We’re out to set the record straight. We’ve launched a national educational campaign to help seniors understand what’s in the new health reform law and how it will affect them. Our facts are drawn from the law itself and from numerous non-partisan sources." This information is directly from the National Council on Aging.
See Council on Aging Calendar for full list of upcoming events.
Hot Lunch Program: (781)-294-4645 (Reservations must be made a week ahead)