We make software for Senior Centers

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  • Cloud-Based
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See why over 800 Senior Centers use MySeniorCenter

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We're always adding new features

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  • Touch Screen Sign In
  • Online Registration
  • Mass Call System
  • Maps & Routes

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Touch Screens

Let our Touch Screens do the work

Add a Touch Screen to your front desk and get rid of sign-in sheets. We were the first to introduce the Touch Screen to Senior Centers. We've designed the best touch screen software for Senior Centers. Whether signing up for events, meals, or entering volunteer hours; the experience is beautiful.


Let your members sign up online for free at MyActiveCenter.com.

Your catalogue of classes is available and searchable for your members to browse and signup from home. Encourage your members to signup from home and reduce phone calls.
Online Registration


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Mass Calling

Send Mass Calls out instantly

As easy as finding a list of seniors and clicking call, Voice Connect lets you send your voice out to thousands of seniors simultaneously.

Flexible Reports for multiple Senior Centers.

Whether you're running a single Senior Center or a whole county's agency, quickly and easily build and generate the reports you need.
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Mobile Scanner


Go Mobile with our Scanners

Give our pocket-sized mobile scanners to your Volunteers, Drivers or Instructors and capture or confirm services wherever they take place.

Easy to setup. All Features included.

We maintain everything. Updates are automatic.


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Schedule a demonstration

Click or call to schedule a private demonstration for you, your board or municipality.


Owned and Operated by Senior Center Geeks.

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The system came online in 2004.

The system was built for free for a single Senior Center in Massachusetts.

The system spread across the state and in 1 year was used by over 100 senior centers. MySeniorCenter was founded in 2005 to organize the flood of requests, questions and new ideas that the newly created community had.

We're the largest network of Senior Centers.

More about us

Chris

Chris Hamilton

President. The mastermind behind Fun Facts, Chris believes Senior Centers need Data. Chris makes sure each state has an opportunity to use MySeniorCenter.

Boston, MA

Eric

Eric Andersen

Founder. A senior center volunteer for over a decade, Eric leads the software development and loves seeing the latest tech being used at centers. Eric volunteers at two local senior centers.

Boston, MA

Craig

Craig Howard

V.P. of Engineering. If it works the first time and keeps on working it's probably Craig's code. Craig brings structure and reliability to a system that is always being improved.

Boston, MA

Ann Marie

Ann Marie Grall

Director of Sponsorships. Ann Marie finds local sponsors and partnership opportunities for Senior Centers so their busy Directors' can focus on what's really important.

Milwaukee, WI

Adam

Adam

Software Engineer. Leveraging the latest in client-side code, Adam makes your system super duper fast. Grand Poobah of Javascript.

Boston, MA

Casey

Casey

Tech Support. Whether you're just getting started, stuck on a complicated report, or not sure about a feature Casey is the guy to talk to.

Chicago, IL

Tina

Tina

Director of Operations. Tina talks the language of Senior Center fiscal budgets, helping Senior Centers find local grants and funding. She's the first person you'll talk to when getting setup.

Boston, MA

Bill

Bill

Tech Support. Bill makes sure the system is working in your center the right way, all the time. He solves Hardware and Network problems and talks with your town tech support for you.

New Hampshire

Andrew

Alex

Support & Design Engineer The newest member of MySeniorCenter Support; Alex makes it easy for you to bring sponsors into your senior center, marking up and publishing artwork for you.

Portland, OR

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