Funding and Community Grants
BayPath Elder Services, Inc. and its programs are funded in whole or in part by contracts with the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA), funds from the Older Americans Act, and donations and grants from businesses, foundations and individuals.
As a designated Massachusetts Aging Services Access Point, we depend upon state and federal contracts as well as private donations to provide vital
services to individuals who need them most.
As a designated Area Agency on Aging, BayPath receives federal funds under the Older Americans Act. We make grants to community organizations to support home delivered meals, legal services, transportation, mental health, health education and fitness, and services for the visually impaired.
33 Boston Post Road West - Marlborough, MA 01752 - Phone 508-573-7200
BayPath serves the following communities:
Ashland, Dover, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton,
Hudson, Marlborough, Natick, Northborough, Sherborn, Southborough, Sudbury, Wayland, and Westborough.
BayPath Elder Services, Inc. is a member of the MetroWest ADRC, a partnership with HESSCO and the MetroWest Center for Independent Living.
BayPath Elder Services, Inc. and its programs are funded in whole or in part by contracts with the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs, funds from the Older Americans Act, and donations and grants from businesses, foundations and individuals.
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Aging Services Access Point (ASAP) is a private, non-profit, Massachusetts state-designated agency under contract with the Executive Office of Elder Affairs.
BayPath is a designated Massachusetts Area Agency on Aging and one of 26 Massachusetts Aging Services Access Points.
The Information and Referral (I&R) Department
BayPath's I&R Department is a member of the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems, Inc. (AIRS), a professional organization committed to improving access to services for all people through the mechanism of information and referral.
BayPath Elder Services, Inc. offers home care and related services enabling people to live independently and comfortably in their homes while promoting their well-being and dignity.
Founded in 1977 as a nonprofit corporation, BayPath has over thirty years experience serving and advocating for the needs of older citizens. Many BayPath services are free, others are based on one's ability to pay, and some are offered on a fee-for-service basis.
ASAPs provide the following direct and protective services:
- Development and implementation of service plans
- Monitoring of service plans
- Investigations of abuse and neglect of elders
AAAs coordinate and offer services that help older adults remain in their homes, if that is their preference, aided by services such as home-delivered meals, homemaker assistance, and whatever else it may take to make independent living a viable option.
By making a range of supports available, AAAs make it possible for older individuals to choose the services and living arrangements that suit them best.
BayPath Elder Services Area Agency on Aging
FFY 2018-2021 Area Plan
A summary of major needs of older adults in the MetroWest area and an outline of how BayPath Elder Services intends to address them.
Area Agency On Aging (AAA) is an agency designated by the Executive Office of Elder Affairs and must comply with the Older Americans Act.
BayPath is dedicated to being a trusted partner, who provides an array of services and programs to:
- Older adults who require support to maintain their independence
- Caregivers who may require training and assistance
- The LGBT Community by providing a safe space to be yourself
- Individuals under 60 who require assistance with activities of daily living
- Residents of Massachusetts who meet eligibility requirements of our programs
We empower individuals across the lifespan to live with dignity and independence in the community setting of their choice by providing quality resources and services
BayPath serves the following MetroWest communities: