The Attleboro Norton Y has a thriving community of active older adults who make the Y and physical activity an important part of their healthy lifestyle. Our Y brings members of all ages together for group exercise classes, sports, social events, specialized programming, volunteer opportunities, and so much more.

By coming together as a community, our members stay young at heart with great workouts, wonderful friends, and a lot of laughs!

Adult Aquatics

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» Senior Swim

Adult Sports

» Tai Chi
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Chronic Disease Programs

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» CARES Program
» Neuro Wellness Exercise Program
» Neurological Disorder Support Group

Ongoing Programs

» People Need to Sing
» Line Dancing
» Senior Camp (Fall & Spring)

Senior Fitness

» Group Exercises for Seniors
» Healthy Aging  Personal Training for Seniors
» 90 Days Program
» Walking Track Hours

Senior Meals

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» Monthly Menus
» Register for Meals
» Make A Donation/Support This Program
» Become A Volunteer Driver



Protecting Seniors Against Identity Theft

Learn about identity theft, scams, and elder abuse. 

  • Identity Theft: What it is, how it happens, prevention, and actions to take after your identity has been stolen.
  • Scams: Types of scams, situations to avoid, at-risk activities, targets, perpetrators’ intentions.
  • Caregiver Abuse and Family Perpetrators: Signs to watch for, prevention tips victims resources.

1:00  -2:00 PM
Sweet Community House

Free & Open to the Community

CARES Program

The Attleboro Norton YMCA is thrilled to announce the fall launch of the Y’s Community Alzheimer’s Respite Engagement and Support Program – our CARES program.

The CARES program will provide free, engaging adult care to individuals with a diagnosis of memory loss, so that their caregivers are able to exercise and use our
YMCA’s facilities while knowing that their loved one is safe. The YMCA has partnered with Back to Home Healthcare Services to provide home health aides to care for the patients.

Attendees, both caregivers and patients, will participate in engaging programming to ensure better social, mental, and physical health. Caregivers will have the opportunity to exercise independently and in group settings while their loved one is engaging in a social group setting, each session.

The CARES program has been made possible by the Attleboro Norton YMCA being awarded a 2023 AARP
Community Challenge grant.

2023-2024 Program Schedule

Downtown YMCA Branch
Beginning end of September

  • Tuesdays 8:00-10:00 AM and 12:00-2:00pm
  • Thursdays 8:00-10:00 AM and 12:00-2:00pm

Program will be free to Y members and is open to the community.

To Register

Please schedule an intake with Cyndee prior to participating.


For those interested in learning more, please contact Cyndee Goodinson-Lindsey at or 508-409-0767.

Senior Meals

The Attleboro Norton YMCA is proud to offer free meals for seniors. The intent of this program is to support those seniors who struggle to have hot evening meals due to financial constraints, mobility constraints, health issues, and transportation issues.

Meals are available on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings. Register for a curbside pickup time slot or for at-home delivery. (For at-home delivery, meals will arrive 4:45-5:30 pm. At-home delivery only available to homes in Attleboro or Norton.) Please be sure to register each person who will need a meal, so we prepare the appropriate number of meals for you. To register, click on the link below or call (508) 222-7422.

> Sign Up To Become A Volunteer Driver
> Donate To Support The Y’s Senior Meals Program


JULY 2024


Register for Senior Meals

Registration for each month typically opens approximately 2 weeks prior to the 1st of each month.

People Need to Sing

Not a chorus, choir, or any organized singing program. It just people getting together and singing for fun! Books with lyrics for over 80 sing a long songs from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s provided.

TUES  11:45 am-12:30 pm
Downtown Branch

Free: Y Members & Non-Members

Senior Medicare Fitness & Membership

Did you know that your health insurance might pay for your YMCA membership?

If you have an eligible medicare plan, you may have access to a special senior medicare fitness program, which entitles you to all the services and privileges of a regular Y membership – at no cost to you!

Open to both new and existing members!

Programs now available at the Attleboro Norton YMCA:

  • Senior Whole Health
  • Renew Active (through UnitedHealthcare Medicare)
  • Tufts Health Plan Senior Care
  • Silver&Fit

    Attleboro Norton YMCA is a participating fitness facility in the Silver & Fit Fitness Program – a program designed to help older adults achieve better health through regular exercise and health education. Silver & Fit provides eligible members with no-cost or low cost fitness memberships through arrangements with certain health plans. Learn more by clickin on the link above or by visiting

How to enroll in Senior Whole Health:

To enroll in Senior Whole Health’s plan at the Y, please contact your insurance provider and confirm that you would like to use this benefit at the Attleboro Norton YMCA. They will provide you with the next steps to get started.

How to enroll in Renew Active:

To enroll in Renew Active at the Y, you will need to provide the Y’s Membership staff with your Renew Active Confirmation Code. To obtain your code, login to your UnitedHealthcare member website and go to Health & Wellness and look for Renew Active. For assistance, call the toll-free number on the back of your insurance membership card.

Questions about your Y membership?

Contact our Active Older Adults Director Cyndee Goodinson-Lindsey at (508) 409-0767 or

Walking Track Hours

With the weather about to turn colder, the Y will begin opening the Pleasant Street Branch’s Indoor Walking Track for member use during select times.

Pleasant Street Branch – Indoor Walking Track


MON, WED & FRI:  4:00-6:00 PM
TUE, THU & SAT:   9:00-11:00 AM

Members will need to scan in and then can use the track area. Please note that the rest of the building is reserved for the Y’s Child Care programs, so members will only have access to the track.