Transportation is a vital service for many older adults who want to continue to live independently in their communities. If you don’t have access to a car or can’t drive for any reason, there are community and state resources that can help. The Human Service …Continue Reading Transportation Services for Massachusetts Seniors
This is a guest blog post from MassMobility. There are many reasons why people aren’t able to drive, including overall health, sight, medication, or a disability. For people who live in suburban or rural areas in particular, finding transportation can be extremely difficult — public …Continue Reading Help Your Community as a Volunteer Driver
For some, retirement is a welcome (and much-needed) extended vacation, but what if you miss tackling tough projects at work, or want to take this time to find your second calling? The Executive Office of Health and Human Services (HHS), Department of Conservation and Recreation …Continue Reading How to Stay Active Throughout Your Retirement
This is a guest blog post from the Highway Safety Division (HSD) of the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS). Distracted driving — particularly texting and driving — is a serious issue in Massachusetts and across the country. It’s time to think about …Continue Reading Prevent Distracted Driving: Pay Attention to the Road
Whether you’re in the Berkshires, Boston, or somewhere in between, New Year’s Eve celebrations and events can be found across Massachusetts. While the holiday offers us a chance to ring in 2016 with friends, family, and fun, there are a few safety tips everyone should …Continue Reading New Year’s Eve Safety
This is a guest blog post from MassMobility, a division of the Human Service Transportation (HST) Office. Arranging transportation when you aren’t driving yourself can be challenging, whether you’re carless, have retired from driving, or want to help a loved one get to a medical …Continue Reading Five Transportation Tips for Seniors, Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities
This is a guest blog post from the Executive Office of Health and Human Services’ Human Service Transportation Office. Want to save money while also improving the environment? Next week is the week to try it. The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) presents the Clean …Continue Reading Take the Clean Air Challenge
Spring has finally sprung in the Bay State, and with it comes all the outdoor fun that warm temperatures have to offer. Among the many opportunities to enjoy spring weather, bicycling is one of the most popular activities among Massachusetts residents. Further, with the opportunity …Continue Reading Cycle Safely, It’s National Bike Month!
Massachusetts, with its 1,500 miles of coastline and a wide range of industries from manufacturing to high tech, is the perfect place to settle down, start a new career, and experience a slice of what New England has to offer. As you’re unpacking moving …Continue Reading 4 Things to Know if You’re New to Massachusetts
“Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride,” U.S. President John F. Kennedy once said. This month, experience the joy he experienced by hitting the road during National Bike Month. Bicycling is not only a fun leisure activity, it is also an excellent …Continue Reading 3 Avenues for Celebrating National Bike Month
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