Outreach Services / Caregiver Support

Senior Center Bus and Staff
Senior Center bus, with Staff Nancy, Jocelyn, and Dennis


Outreach services are available by appointment, by phone (508-393-5035), Zoom, and email (jehrhardt@town.northborough.ma.us

Jocelyn Ehrhardt, MSW
Outreach Coordinator


If you are a family member of a senior citizen and have questions, please call (508) 393-5035 or email us at the Senior Center. We can be a resource to get you through the maze of senior services that are out there.


Better Day Caregiver Support / Zoom Call / Mondays 5:30-6:30PM / Email Regina for the Zoom invite regina@betterdayprogram.org

Bridges Virtual Caregiver Support Group / June 16th @ 1:00PM, held monthly / Call 978-261-3468 for registration

Early Stage Support Group (for the individual with the diagnosis) / June 30th 4:30 PM / Call 978-261-3468 for registration.

Daybreak at the Northborough Senior Center
A Social Day Program Providing Respite for Caregivers
Day: Tuesdays
Time: 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Pre-registration required

Christine D’Angelo is the DayBreak  Facilitator in Northborough and Marlborough. DayBreak has been a very successful program at the Hudson Senior Center. As an outgrowth of our COME 2B Dementia Friendly initiative, we have partnered with the Senior Centers in Hudson and Marlborough to offer DayBreak 3 times per week. A person with Dementia or a Cognitive Impairment can attend one or all 3 days per week. DayBreak provides individuals with a safe and stimulating experience with fun activities and social interaction while providing care partners with much needed time for themselves!  Because grant funding is being used, we are providing you an opportunity to make a voluntary $15 per day donation toward the cost of this service. Service includes lunch and activities Donations are put directly into the program allowing for the expansion of services. Making a voluntary donation in no way influences service delivery.

Contact Jocelyn Ehrhardt, Outreach Coordinator at (508) 393-5035 for more information. This program has been made possible in part by funding from the Metrowest Health Foundation.