Northampton Elder Care Resources

Northampton Council on Aging and Senior Center
67 Conz Street, Northampton, MA 01060
Meals on Wheels
Congregate Meal Sites: Highland Valley Elder Services

(800) 322-0551
PDF Medicaid Paid At Home Elder Care Programs:
Personal Care Attendant Program, Adult Family Care Program, Community Choices Program

The ASAP (Aging Services Access Point) for eligibility screening and information on At Home Care Programs in Northampton is Highland Valley Elder Services,
320 Riverside Drive, Suite B, Florence, MA 01062

800 322-0551
413 586-2000
To Report Elder Abuse and Neglect in Northampton Massachusetts:
Report Elder Abuse to Executive Office of Elder Affiars 24/7: (800) 922-2275
Submit Mandated Reporter forms to, and get counseling help for physical and financial abuse and neglect from Highland Valley Elder Services, 320 Riverside Drive, Suite B, Florence, MA 01062
800 322-0551
413 586-2000
Respite Care in Northampton, Massachusetts:
Contact the local Aging Services Access Point at 1-800-AGE-INFO
(800) 243-4636
Support Groups in Northampton Massachusetts

Alzheimer’s Disease Support Groups for family members and friends of people with Alzheimer’s disease to share feelings, concerns, information and support
Every Tuesday from 11:00 am – 12:00 noon at Jewish Family Services, 253 Prospect Street
Click for: Other Alzheimer's and Memory Loss Support Group locations and times

To Register:
Donna Gordon
413 455-1036,
extension 103
Alzheimer's Association helpline for information and support 24 hours a day / 7 days a week.
(800) 373-3900
Caregivers' Support Groups
Children of Aging Parents (CAPS) refers caregivers to appropriate groups, provides training and ongoing support
(800) 227-7294
Assisted Living Facilities in Northampton Massachusetts
Christopher Heights
50 Village Hill Road
Kristy Livingston, Dir. of Marketing anf Admissions

Linda Manor
345 Haydenville Road, Leeds

Lathrop Community at Northampton (buy-in) 1 Shallowbrook Drive

Rockridge Retirement Community
25 & 37 Coles Meadow Road, Northampton, MA 01060
There are three levels of care in this community setting:
Level IV Rest Home (MassHealth accepted: EAEDC from Mass Department of Transitional Assistance and SSI),
This facility has a special unit for people with memory loss and dementia.  Click to learn more about how to preserve assets and protect quality of life for the memory loss patient.Gardens Neighborhood for Memory Support, an Assisted Living special care neighborhood (private pay), and Traditional Independent and Assisted Living (private pay)

Rockridge Retirement Community is part of the Deaconess Abundant Life Communities, which have been serving seniors as New England Deaconess Association since 1889. The communities are: Rockridge, Rivercrest/Deaconess and Newbury Court in Concord and Seashore Point in Provincetown. The communities employ over 500 people and serve more than 500 seniors through a range of housing and service options. Several other communities are in development in New England. Kathleen McGaffigan, Marketing Director, Ext. 23

Nursing Homes in Northampton, Massachusetts

Linda Manor Extended Care Facility
349 Haydenville Road, Leeds

Care One at Northampton (formerly Calvin Cooledge Nursing and Rehabilitation Center) 548 Elm Street
Admissions Director. Chris Savino
Respite: $350/day
Short term and long term care. $398/day semi private room; $458 private room
Veterans' Agent for Northampton Massachusetts
240 Main Street, Room 4, 01060; Hours: 8:30 - 4:00, Tuesdays until 1pm.
DAV: Rebecca Bovat; Steve Connor
VA: Fran Yastromski
584-4040 ext. 3154
This directory is compiled from information submitted to us by the elder care agencies and facilities. The directory is not a recommendation or endorsement. It is a reference list for families and caregivers.
Updated Junr 6, 2016