ElderNet's mission is to help frail elderly, disabled and low income community members of Lower Merion and Narberth to live in dignity and safety in their own homes for as long as possible, and to increase their quality of life.
ElderNet advocates for increased quality services to elderly and disabled adults. Through our dedicated volunteers and collaborative efforts with local civic and religious organizations, national foundations, businesses, and other social service agencies, ElderNet works to fill the gaps in services for frail elderly and disabled individuals in Lower Merion and Narberth.
ElderNet provides dependable volunteer services that improve access to medical care, ease isolation, and offer practical help with shopping, banking, and home repairs. When older or disabled adults can no longer live safely in their homes, ElderNet provides information on alternative living facilities that are most equipped to assist those in need of additional care.
Additionally, ElderNet operates the Ada Mutch Community Resource Center and Food Pantry where low income residents of Lower Merion and Narberth can access income assistance with our social worker, see a nurse for blood pressure checks and flu shots, as well as choose two grocery bags of food pantry items every other week.