Woman at IN2L


Each Kiosk consists of an in2l machine, a laptop with programs and valuable links to the community, a wide assortment of reference material, two trained Advisors, and frequently an Options Counselor, an Employment Counselor, and a Travel Counselor.

All Kiosks are visited by a Million Hearts Nurse and a Falls Prevention Specialist each month. Visitors to the Kiosk can have their blood pressures taken and tracked over time, or they can work on Mobility and Balance issues. Travel Training is also offered at the Kiosk for Living Well. 

The first Kiosk opened in October 2012 at the Beverly Council on Aging. In addition we currently operate in the following cities and towns:

  • Danvers
  • Gloucester
  • Peabody
  • Lynn

We are set up at Councils on Aging and also at Housing Sites (McPherson Park in Gloucester and Wall Plaza in Lynn).

Some of the activities visitors to The Kiosk enjoy include the following:

  • Interactive Exhibits
  • Music
  • The Passport to Health
  • Memory games
  • Visual chats with friends
  • Virtual bicycling
  • Virtual travel
  • Personal Portals for confidentially keeping track of information about your health, medications, social connections, or whatever you’d like!
  • Health and wellness programs
  • Workshops

The Kiosks for Living Well are made possible by grants from the National Center on Senior Transportation, the New Freedom Initiative of the Federal Transit Administration, and the North Shore Community Health Network.


The Organizations Behind the Kiosk for Living Well

The Kiosk for Living Well was developed and is sponsored by Greater Lynn Senior Services, Inc. (GLSS) in collaboration with the Aging and Disability Resource Consortium of the Greater North Shore, Inc. The ADRCGNS has as its primary goal to create a single, coordinated system of information and access for all persons seeking long-term services and supports, regardless of age, disability or income.

Kiosk sites are managed by GLSS, North Shore Elder Services, Inc., and SeniorCare, Inc.