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Town of Cohasset Senior Center Study
Gerontology Institute Publications
  • Jan Mutchler, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Hayley Gravette, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Caitlin Coyle, University of Massachusetts Boston
Document Type
Research Report
Publication Date
12-1-2012
Abstract
The Town of Cohasset is considering the construction of a new Senior Center that will provide the opportunity for expanded programming within a dedicated building. In support of planning efforts by the Town of Cohasset, a study was conducted by the Gerontology Institute of the McCormack Graduate School at UMass Boston. The study addresses the need for, and probable utilization of, a new Senior Center, and includes consideration of the recreational, educational and health-related programs that are likely to be offered through the new Center. Results of the study presented in this report respond to three questions: First, what are the demographic characteristics of Cohasset with respect to aging and the older population? Second, what features and services do community members value in Cohasset, and what programs would be most valued in a Senior Center? And third, what are the features of other communities’ Senior Centers, and their associated expenses?
Community Engaged/Serving
No, this is not community-engaged.
Citation Information
Jan Mutchler, Hayley Gravette and Caitlin Coyle. "Town of Cohasset Senior Center Study" (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jan_mutchler/18/