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The Kiosks for Living Well Developed & Sponsored by Greater Lynn Senior Services, Inc. (GLSS) in collaboration with the Aging and Disability Resource Consortium of the Greater North Shore, Inc. (ADRCGNS)

We currently have seven kiosks open on the North Shore!

Watch our Kiosk Overview.

Kiosk Locations

Managed by SeniorCare, Inc


Beverly Council on Aging
90 Colon Street


Open Tuesday 8:30am to 2:30 pm
Thursday 8:30 am to 11:30 am


Managed by North Shore Elder Services, Inc.


Danvers Council on Aging 
25 Stone Street

Open Monday 9:00 am to 12:00 noon

Thursday 9:00 am to 12:00 noon


Managed by SeniorCare, Inc.


McPherson Park
31 Prospect Street

Open Thursday Noon to 3:00 pm

Managed by Greater Lynn Senior Services, Inc. (GLSS)

Lynn Council on Aging
8 Silsbee Street


Open Tuesday 10:00 am to Noon
  Thursday 10:00am to Noon

Exercise Classes
Tuesday 12:30-1:30
Wednesday 12:30-1:30

Wall Towers
Bond Street
Tremont Street

Bond Street Mon. 10-12, Wed. 1-3
Tremont Street Tues 10-12, Thur. 1-3

Managed by North Shore Elder Services, Inc.


Peabody Council on Aging
79 Central Street 

Open Tuesday 9 am to 12:00 noon

Roving Kiosk

 Check calendar for events.



The Kiosk for Living Well is a friendly place on the North Shore of Massachusetts where you can take advantage of virtual technologies, trained advisors, and proven techniques for considering ways to live your life as fully and as well as you wish. 

The Kiosks are specially designed to offer stimulating and fun experiences that can help people solve some of the problems that may be making it more difficult to manage daily life routines.

At a Kiosk for Living Well you can meet great people and participate in a variety of activities!  You’ll have the opportunity to take advantage of the tools, the space, the resources, and the trained advisors, including Options Counselors and Employment Counselors to help guide you any number of areas, including:

  • Managing your health more effectively
  • Using state-of-the art virtual and communications technology
  • Developing problem-solving strategies that make sense to you 
  • Connecting to places and people you want to see
  • Exploring new ideas
  • Identifying real choices and making decisions
  • Having fun

Whether it’s playing an online game or developing options around health concerns the choices are always going to be up to the consumer. The tools are in your hands!

Come in and have some fun!

Contact Us

Kiosk Program Manager

Liz Bulkley

781 586-8592