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Mass. Exceutive Elder AffairsMassachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs

The Executive Office of Elder Affairs is responsible for the development and management of comprehensive community based programs that help to ensure the dignity and independence of elderly persons. Elder Affairs provides state and federally funded services to frail elders, the disabled and family caregivers. Service delivery is coordinated through a network of 27 Aging Services Access Points and 348 Councils on Aging. Visit: www.mass.gov/elders and www.800ageinfo.com


Aging Service Access Points

Aging Service Access Points (ASAPs) are one-stop entry points for all of the services and benefits available to seniors in Massachusetts. These agencies provide information, applications, direct services, and referrals.  They manage the state-based Massachusetts Home Care Program, and work with Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs), established under the federal Older Americans Act, to make sure that seniors have access to all essential services. In Massachusetts, many senior agencies are combined ASAPs/AAAs.

There are 27 ASAPs in Massachusetts covering exclusive geographic areas. Intercity Home Care provides staffing to these 11 Aging Service Access Points below.

*These are Aging Service Access Points only. All others are both an Area Agency on Aging (AAA) and an Aging Service Access Point.


Home Care Aide CouncilThe Home Care Aide Council

The Council is a non-profit trade association with over wish to remain in their homes, or can help families in the search for suitable alternative profit trade association with over 150 members throughout Massachusetts committed to enhancing quality of care throughout the home care industry by focusing on the advancement of the home care aide workforce.

Throughout its history, the Council has brought together providers from certified home health, homemaker, and private pay agencies to ensure that quality home care aide services are delivered throughout Massachusetts.


National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers MemberThe National Association of Professional
Geriatric Care Managers

The NAPGCM was formed in 1985 to advance dignified care for older adults and their families. Geriatric Care Managers are professionals who have extensive training and experience working with older people, people with disabilities and families who need assistance with caregiving issues.

Our Geriatric Care Manager, Lisa O’Loughlin, RN, is available to assist older adults who wish to remain in their homes, or can help families in the search for a suitable placement or extended care if the need occurs.


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