Our Mission Statement
We aim to provide home care services that are tailored to each of our client’s individual needs, and at the same time, preserve their freedom to choose and their sense of dignity as we offer our services.
Who We Are
At MassBay Home Care, we strive to deliver committed, high-quality, personal care services to all eligible individuals in need of assistance in managing their daily activity need at home. We take pride in our role as professional personal care service providers, and you can place confidence that our staff comprises of highly skilled multilingual nurses, social workers, and personal care attendants who all want to ensure that you and your loved ones receive the kindhearted and compassionate care that you deserve. Our goal is to provide quality life to each of our clients. You can enjoy living independently in your home setting with reliable, exceptional care from MassBay Home Care team.
What Is GAFC?
Group Adult Foster Care (GAFC) is a MassHealth funded program that allows eligible adults and seniors to receive help with activities of daily living. The goal of GAFC is to help its residents in maintaining a maximum level of independence in their own home and avoiding institutionalization. This goal is achieved with assistance from nurses, social workers, and personal care attendants.
Who Is Eligible?
- Must be 22 years or older
- Have or be eligible for MassHealth Standard Insurance
- Live in GAFC approved housing such as public or federal housing
- In need of assistance with one or more activities of daily living
- Have a Primary Care Physician (PCP) who believes his patient would benefit from GAFC services
What Will I Receive Help With?
An average of 7 hours per week of services based on all or some of the
- Personal Care
- Light Housekeeping
- Grocery Shopping
- Meal Preparation
- Non-Skilled Nursing
- Medication Reminders
- Comprehensive Case Management
- Wellness Nursing Visits
To learn more about our agency and how we can further help, please get in touch today. Call 339-204-1739.