Keeping senior citizens in their homes

June 22, 2011

Bedford Minuteman

Bedford, Mass. –

Carleton-Willard’s AT Home program will hold an information session at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, June 22 at the David Fitch House, directly across from entrance to Carleton-Willard Village on Old Billerica Road. The Fitch House has its own parking.

Have you begun thinking about what you’ll need to stay comfortably in your own home as the years go by? Come to an information sessions to learn about Carleton-Willard AT HOME. This not-for-profit, membership service gives seniors many of the benefits of a retirement community, without moving out of the home they love. With only one phone call, our members enjoy access to carefully screened and vetted providers who offer home maintenance services, carpentry, plumbing, painting, yard work, in-home health care, housecleaning, bill paying and more – and all at reduced rates.

Even though most of our members still drive, they often use our transportation services for trips in to Boston or to avoid driving at night. They also receive discounts on local services, opportunities to volunteer, exercise and fitness activities and classes, and members-only social and cultural events. Come hear more about the services being offered and learn how you can become a member. To reserve your spot, call Paula von Kleydorff at 781-276-1910 or send an e-mail to