Norwood Historical Society 93 Day St, Norwood, MA02062 The Norwood Historical Society is a volunteer-run organization located in the F. Holland Day House. It works to…More collect and preserve memorabilia, photographs and artifacts relative to the history of Norwood, dating back to the 1870s. Along with historical information of the town and government, genealogical records can be found in the collection. The Norwood Historical Society also organizes educational programs and special events.
Self Help Council on Aging 275 Prospect St, Norwood, MA02062 The Norwood Self Help Council on Aging is a non-profit organization focused on helping Norwood's senior citizens adapt…More to senior life. Located off of Prospect Street near downtown Norwood, the Council welcomes residents of Norwood over the age of 60 to discuss a variety of topics as well as help them gain assistance in programs they are eligible for, including electric, gas, and food programs as well as social security and volunteer programs.
Elder Dental Program 595 Pleasant St, Norwood, MA02062 Elder Dental Program is a community-funded, non-profit dental clinic located in Norwood. This clinic provides dental…More care and restoration for low-income senior citizens without dental insurance, and is staffed by volunteering local dentists.
Hospice & Palliative Care Federation of Massachusetts 1420 Boston Providence Tpke, Norwood, MA02062 Hospice & Palliative Care Federation of Massachusetts provides information on local hospice and palliative care…More options. The organization strives to promote knowledge of hospice care through its team of volunteers. It advocates for public policies in favor of quality hospice care and sponsors hospice education.
Meals On Wheels 135 Ellis Ave, Norwood, MA02062 Meals on Wheels is located inside the Ellis Nursing Center and provides over 8,000 meals a year to disabled and seniors.…More It is a non-profit organization and relies on donations and fundraisers as well as more than 20 volunteers who work hard every day to prepare and deliver the meals. Call if you would like to volunteer or would like find out more information about this program.
A L S (Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis) is a motor neuron disease, first described in 1869 by the noted French…More neurologist Jean Martin-Charcot. Although the cause is not completely understood, the last decade has brought a wealth of new scientific understanding about the disease that provides hope for the future.
A L S Association Mass Chapter's office is located on the second floor on 320 South Norwood Park Plaza. Their mission is to lead the fight to treat and cure A L S through global research and nationwide advocacy while also empowering people with Lou Gehrig's Disease, and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support.
Check out their website and click on the icons directed to find out how you can support, volunteer, or donate in this battle against Lou Gehrig's disease.