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7 Precautions for Extreme Winters

Welcome to winter in New England! 

While we experienced a mild December, the frigid New England winter temperatures seem to have arrived. We’ve compiled some simple tips on cold weather safety to help eliminate your most pressing concerns and ensure you and your aging loved ones are safe this winter. Read more

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Thanking a Caregiver

Thanking a Caregiver

We believe it’s important to acknowledge November as National Caregivers Appreciation Month. Chances are either you, or someone you know are caring for a loved one. In fact, the CDC tells us that more than 34 million unpaid caregivers provide care to someone age 18 and older who is ill or has a disability, and an estimated 21 percent of US households are impacted by Caregiver responsibilities. Read more

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Keeping the ‘Care’ in Healthcare

Keeping the ‘Care’ in Healthcare

At Always Best Care Metrowest we have a personal touch. Many home care companies promise to care for your aging loved one. The promises are endless, but are they upheld?

We are so lucky at Always Best Care Metrowest to have local people present and committed to spending their time truly caring for your loved one. As we all know, this winter was a very difficult one in New England. When families live far apart, they rely on caregivers for the support of their loved ones. When the weather is bad, the worry intensifies. We are so proud to say this winter has set us apart. Read the stories below and you’ll understand our passion for caregiving. Read more

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