Quincy, Mass. – In March 2012, Best of Care, an accredited, family-owned home health care agency, officially launched its new website: bestofcareinc.com. The site includes features and tools to help guide people who are looking for home health care support in Greater Boston and Southeastern Massachusetts. It also offers a free online needs assessment designed to help people determine their home care needs.
The website outlines Best of Care’s ability to provide services from as little as one hour per day to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to the 75-town areas Best of Care covers in the state. It also identifies 14 conditions ranging from Alzheimer’s to stroke, for which the agency creates specialized care plans designed to maximize independence, keep patients safe and support daily living activities in the home.
A comprehensive education and resources section includes informational articles and videos on topics including “Care for the Caregiver,” “Long-Distance Caregiving,” and “Care at Home.” “With nearly 44 million Americans now taking care of an older family member at any given time, home health care professionals need to do as much as we can to help people understand their options and make informed decisions,” said Stephen Smith, Best of Care founder and president. “A little information can go a long way to relieving the stress and burden on families and caregivers when they’re making decisions about the care of someone they love.”
Best of Care is a family-owned home health care agency headquartered in Quincy, Massachusetts. It was among the first home health care agencies in the state to earn accreditation from the Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts. The agency delivers home care to more than 75 towns and cities in the Greater Boston area, the South Shore, and Southeastern Massachusetts. The agency has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and employs over 200 caregivers. Since its founding in 1981, Best of Care has helped thousands of individuals and families receive reliable, quality care in the comfort of their own homes, at affordable rates.