Home for the Holidays

Use this holiday time to observe your loved one and know the signs of when additional help is needed The holidays are a time for celebration and reflection. As you visit your loved one(s) this holiday season, it is important to use this time not only to celebrate with them but also to observe their […]

Safe Celebrations during COVID-19 Pandemic

Holidays are a time for family, but we all must be careful to stay vigilant against the spread of COVID-19. While prohibitions against large indoor gatherings remain in place, we know as providers of home care that isolation and sadness can be debilitating. Here are valuable tips to make sure your celebrations are both happy […]

Evidence: How masks help stop the spread

SHOW ME! How a Mask Helps Stop the Spread CDC recommends that people wear masks in public settings and when around people who don’t live in your household, especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. The illustration here from the CDC website shows how […]

Stop the Spread – COVID Testing Sites Open

STOP THE SPREAD The Commonwealth of Massachusetts announced a strategic COVID testing program, STOP THE SPREAD, in communities across Massachusetts that have continued to see a higher number of residents testing positive for COVID-19.  This program will support the testing of asymptomatic individuals in these communities to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Testing available […]


KEEPING SENIORS SAFE WHILE MASSACHUSETTS RE-OPENS Massachusetts phased approach to re-opening requires the support of everyone. As essential healthcare workers, we’ve had the benefit of working throughout this pandemic and we have a clear understanding of infection control. We’ve followed the guidelines established and it is important to note that we all must continue to […]

Massachusetts Mandated Masks

Massachusetts Mandates Use of Masks What does it mean to you and how to comply safely Governor Baker mandated use of masks for all of us effective in May 6, 2020. That means that anytime we are out in public (indoors or outdoors) and cannot maintain the safe social distance of 6′ or more we […]