Quincy, MA Oct. 21, 2013 – The state’s association of paraprofessional home care aide services has gained a strong ally for the support they provide to elderly and disabled clients.
The Massachusetts Home Care Aide Council recently appointed Kevin Smith, vice president of family-owned and operated home health care agency Best of Care Inc., to the group’s executive committee.
The Council’s membership includes more than 150 agencies that directly employ home care aides who meet high standards of training, supervision, and administration.
As member of the group’s executive committee, Smith will work to represent the interests of the Council’s members with Massachusetts’ Executive Office of Elder Affairs. He will also chair its Tech Committee, which supports the Council’s digital and social marketing efforts.
For more information, contact Best of Care Vice President Kevin Smith at (617) 773-5800 or email@example.com
About Best of Care
Best of Care has delivered home care services in eastern Massachusetts since 1981. Owned and managed by Stephen Smith and his son, Kevin, Best of Care was one of the first agencies in Massachusetts to earn its accreditation from the Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts. Best of Care provides an extensive array of home health care services including personal care services, homemakers and companions, hospice care, private nursing, nursing care management and specialty services as they relate to dementia, psychiatric and acquired brain injury care. Visit bestofcareinc.com.
About the Massachusetts Home Care Aide Council
The Home Care Aide Council is a non-profit trade association with over 150 certified home health, homemaker and private pay agencies throughout Massachusetts. It serves as the main referral source for best standards of practice in home care. The Council works with state agencies, the Legislature, the media, and the general public, providing timely information and education on home care services and advocating for priority home care issues and initiatives. Visit hcacouncil.org.