Serving Lynn, Lynnfield, Nahant, Saugus, Swampscott and all of Boston's North Shore.
Heralded for its cutting-edge approach to promoting consumer health and well-being, and overall community livability through a variety of new outcomes-driven programs, Greater Lynn Senior Services is the nonprofit Aging Services Access Point and Area Agency on Aging serving people age 60 and older and adults living with disabilities in Lynn, Lynnfield, Nahant, Saugus, and Swampscott, MA. Through its leadership role in Greater North Shore Link (formerly, the Aging and Disability Resource Consortium of the Greater North Shore, Inc.) and its unique position as one of the largest transportation/paratransit providers in the region, the Agency’s reach and impact extend well beyond its five-community service area with a focus on creating move livable communities for all.
GLSS and its programs are funded, in whole or in part, by contracts or grants with the federal Administration for Community Living, Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs, local funds, foundations, and private contributions.
If you or someone in your family is 60 or older, we make it easy for you to get exactly the services you’re looking for. With just one phone call, you can find the answers to so many questions.
Doing whatever we can to help you maintain your independence.
Every day in the Greater Lynn area, we’re at work in the homes of more than 2,000 seniors and people with disabilities. Why? So that they can hold on to something of immeasurable value: their ability to live independently. We also offer respite services for caregivers. Our staff includes bi-cultural Russian, Spanish, and Khmer case managers to ensure culturally sensitive care. We provide translation for other languages as well.
Nothing is more important to us than helping you stay healthy, happy, and active in your own unique way.
Your health and well-being are vital components of independent living. We offer a variety of programs and workshops to help you feel better and stay connected. Stop by The Kiosk for Living Well™ and check your blood pressure, test your cognitive skill, or improve your balance; sign up for a Wellness Pathways workshop; speak with a counselor; or join a support group.
Elder abuse and neglect happen all too often. But we’re doing something about these problems.
In a year, GLSS will advocate for and help protect over 400 elders within the community. We’ll also make hundreds of visits to area nursing homes, to assess their quality of care. GLSS is deeply committed to protecting the safety and dignity of elders. Our Protective Services unit investigates reports of elder abuse or neglect and intervenes as needed.
We're here to lend an ear, some advice, and support in a safe, secure, judgement-free setting.
Getting older isn’t always easy. Sometimes it helps to get some advice, speak with a professional counselor, or talk with others in a group setting who are experiencing the same feelings you are. Through several programs, we offer confidential, one-on-one and group counseling in support of caregivers and older adults living with other life challenges.
Tasty, nutritious. And we deliver.
Every weekday, Monday through Friday, our Meals on Wheels drivers visit 600 home-bound seniors to deliver a hot, nutritious lunch. At the same time, hundreds of others join us for lunch or supper at one of our convenient community cafés in the five-town area.
Door-to-door service, for people 60 and older, or foranyone with a disability.
You’ve probably seen our cars and vans. We put more than 100 of them at your service. All vans are handicapped accessible and have wheelchair lifts. Together, they’ll make some 450,000 door-to-door trips in a year. Do you need a ride?