Newton at Home was
founded by a group of longtime Newton residents with a common vision: to create a caring community of neighbors helping neighbors
that would help Newton seniors, as they age, continue to live active, vibrant, and connected lives in their own homes, apartments, and neighborhoods.
“I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train.” Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest. Have something sensational to do, join an NAH Affinity Group: Book Club, Dining Group, Plein Air Sketchers, Theatre Goers, Film Goers,
Thespians Unlimited (Play Reading), Sports Fans, Garden Touring &
Historical Houses, Food Matters Lunch Group, and Political Presentations (aka "Deep Thinkers
IN THE NEWS:
New! Wonderful nightly news story from NBC's Brian Williams interviewing his wife's parents about their membership in a Village called Staying Put which is much like Newton at Home. Here's the story from NBC.
NAH Statistics to Enjoy - from the "Numbers Guys":
- November - Excluding the leaf rakers, we had 81 volunteers providing services for NAH and our members. Highest ever number of volunteers in a month.
- September to November - 60% of our members used at least one NAH-provided service. Highest percentage ever for a three-month period.
- The Village to Village Network now has 120 open Villages as members. VtVn added 45 new members this year. There are now open or in-development Villages in 39 states. The Village movement continues our rapid growth.
Newton at Home is proud to be a member of the Village to Village Network. The
mission of VtV is to enable communities to establish and effectively
manage aging in community organizations initiated and inspired by their
Need help logging in? Call the office or click here for directions on how Newton at Home Members can access the NAH Member website.