Council on Aging

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Vision


To improve the quality of life for Westford residents who are aged 60 or older and to provide services, advocacy and resource information.

Mission Statement


The Cameron Senior Center is a focal point where older adults come together for services and activities that reflect their expertise and skills, respond to their diverse needs and interests, enhance their dignity, support their independence and encourage their involvement in and with the center and community.

Resource Guide

The Westford Resource Guide was created to assist Westford residents who would like to independently  access resources and support services in our area. Residents are always invited to call or meet the Town/Council on Aging Social Worker, Alison Christopher LICSW or Outreach Coordinator, Annette Cerullo LSW. We can provide information, guidance,  support, and assistance with referrals. However, this provides a means for residents to help themselves if they are more comfortable doing so. Please understand that this guide is not all-inclusive of topics or of agencies. Inclusion does not imply a recommendation or endorsement of the listed services. Please research any agencies or services that you plan to hire privately as you normally would.

Seniors of Westford


During her WA senior year internship with the Council on Aging, Sidney Shea created an online photo journal of our Westford Senior Citizens. Through interviews and photographs she documents the lives of many of our local residents. Please visit her Facebook page to access their personal stories. We hope this meaningful project will continue with future WA interns.
Senior of Westford

Cummings Grant Awarded


Joel Swets, Executive Director of the Cummings Foundation presenting the $100,000 funding award to Alison Christopher and Richard Severyn, President of the Friends of the Cameron Senior Center. This funding will be used to expand the Nutrition/Wellness and Transportation programs as well as assist in outreach efforts to those experiencing financial hardships.
$100K for 100 Award