About

About Greater North Shore Link

The goal of Greater North Shore Link is to empower individuals to make informed choices and to streamline access to long-term support. Long-term support refers to a wide range of in-home and community-based services and programs that are designed to help older adults and individuals living with disabilities.

 

Vision

The Vision is to have Greater North Shore Link participating organizations serve as highly visible and trusted places where people can turn for information on the full range of long-term support options.

Mission

The Mission of Greater North Shore Link is to promote a single, coordinated system of information and access for all persons seeking long term services and supports, regardless of age, disability or income.

We are the North Shore’s Aging and Disability Resource Consortia

The Massachusetts Aging and Disability Consortia (ADRCs) offer consumers a coordinated system of information and access to long term services and supports regardless of age, disability or income. They serve individuals, families and providers, to support and empower elders and people with disabilities who have long term support needs to live with dignity and independence in the community.

ADRCs were first developed in Massachusetts in 2002. Greater North Shore Link is one of 11 ADRCs in Massachusetts.

 

ADRCs in Massachusetts 

Key Aspects of the ADRC Model

Who do ADRCs Serve

Benefits of the ADRC model