Home Care Resources in Worcester, MA
Realizing each client has different elder care priorities, we work closely to match the caregivers with the clients. We use a comprehensive screening process for all caregivers which selects only the top five percent of all applicants. We go on individual home visits prior to service to learn more about your loved ones and their special senior care needs. We work hard to ensure that your loved ones are safe, comfortable and cared for to your highest standards both at home and in the surrounding community.
Massachusetts Councils on Aging (MCOA) is made up of 350 municipal COA’s and senior centers. This nonprofit membership association supports the 1.7 million older adults, 60 and over, in Massachusetts to lead healthy, purposeful lives. Please click the link above to find your city/town council on aging or contact us for more information.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA benefits) are accessible to any who have served in our nation’s military. These benefits are available to the individual but also a spouse. The link above will help you find your local Veterans’ Service Officer (VSO). A VSO is a veteran in your community who can help you and your family access benefits, including service-connected disability claims, home loans, burial benefits, and more. In many cases, these benefits can help defray costs of in-home care.
CW MARS is a diverse multi-type library consortium made up of over 100 member libraries primarily located in Central and Western Massachusetts.
This resource is a nonprofit committed to providing free home modifications and repairs for the elderly and disabled.
The local office of the American Cancer Society (ACS) provides services and raises awareness and funds for research, prevention, detection, and treatment of all forms of cancer. They can be reached at 1-800-227-2345.
The Alzheimer’s Foundation provides services and education to individuals, families, and caregivers affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and funds research for better treatment and a cure.The Alzheimer’s Association is not responsible for information or advice provided by others, including information on web sites that link to association sites and on third-party sites to which the association links. Please direct any questions to email@example.com.
The American Heart Association is a national voluntary health agency to help reduce disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke. The American Stroke Association is solely focused on reducing disability and death from stroke.
The ALS Association is the only national not-for-profit health agency dedicated solely to the fight against ALS through research, patient and community services, public education, and advocacy. The Association's affiliate network includes chapters in communities throughout the nation.
The American Parkinson’s Disease Association nationwide network provides information and referral, education and support programs, health and wellness activities, and events to facilitate a better quality of life for the Parkinson's community. This grassroots structure that distinguishes APDA from other organizations serving people with Parkinson's disease.
The Greater New England Chapter of the National MS Society works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont and raise funds for critical MS research.
The UCP provides programs and services that improve the independence, productivity, and quality of life of people with disabilities and their families.