Council on Aging
Welcome to the Lincoln Council on Aging!
The Lincoln Council on Aging serves the residents of Lincoln, Massachusetts, who are 60 and older, their families and other caregivers, and others who can benefit from our services. We also provide social services and emergency financial assistance to Lincoln residents of all ages. Except for some trips, classes, and other special activities, our programs and services are free. Those under 60 are welcome to come to almost all of our programs and activities, especially educational programs, concerts and performances, movies, interest groups, and the Lincoln Academy.
We offer a wide array of classes and activities at Bemis Hall. These include educational presentations, fitness classes, games and recreation activities, social events, art exhibits, movies, and more. Specially trained volunteers offer health benefits counseling and tax preparation. You’ll find them all listed in our monthly newsletter.
To register for any class or activity that requires it, please click here.
We also provide one-to-one help in staying safely in your home, including information and referral and care management, transportation, medical equipment loan, friendly visiting, meals-on-wheels, and more. Free home safety evaluations are provided through a grant from the Ogden Codman Trust.
Residents of all ages experiencing extreme financial emergencies are welcome to call us. We may be of assistance through programs funded by donations and grants.
Our programs and services are supported and frequently cosponsored by the Friends of the Lincoln Council on Aging. All our work is made possible by the efforts of our 150 volunteers.
To view a video about our space needs, click here.
Enjoy one of our recent programs below!