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Care. Compassion. Community.

Promoting the independence, dignity, and well-being of the elderly and disabled through the coordination and delivery of high-quality, affordable home and community-based care.

 
 

How you can help.

In Massachusetts, six out of ten elders who live at home cannot afford basic necessities such as food, housing and medications, let alone the care they need to be safe at home.

 
 

Join Our Team!

We are currently hiring for positions within the Community Relations, Home Care and Counseling & Supportive Services, and Administration Departments. Positions range from program coordination to client services. Ethos serves a very diverse clientele and our 115+ staff reflect that diversity. People of color and those who speak a foreign language are encouraged to apply. All applicants are welcome.

 
 

Home Care

The home care program provides a variety of services to people 60 and over who meet state-mandated guidelines for income and physical need for services. If the need for services includes relief for a caregiver, there are not any income limits. In all cases, there is a sliding fee scale.

Support Our Seniors

We need your help to give back to those who have already given so much to our community.

Featured Programs

Home care

The home care program provides a variety of services to people 60 and over who meet state-mandated guidelines for income and physical need for services. If the need for services includes relief for a caregiver, there are not any income limits. In all cases, there is a sliding fee scale.

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Personal Care Attendant

The Personal Care Attendant program (PCA) is available to people of any age who have MassHealth Standard or CommonHealth and need assistance with at least two activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, taking medications, eating, transferring or moving inside of the home.

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Nutrition

The Ethos Nutrition program started in 1973 and is one of more than 5,000 local Senior Nutrition Programs in the United States. Through its home delivered meals (Meals on Wheels) and congregate meals (Community Cafés)  programs, Ethos provides well over 1,200 meals to seniors who need them each day.

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Resources for Older Adults

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Home Care

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Mental Health

Recent News

May 3, 2022

2022 Conversation on Aging: Ask the Experts

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Request for Proposals for Home Care and Non-Home Care Services

The Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) contracts with 25 Aging Services Access Points (ASAPs) to administer programs for persons 60 years of age and over. The Boston Consortium is made up of three ASAPs (Boston Senior Home Care, Central Boston Elder…
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Request for Proposals for the Preparation of Meals for the Title III-C Nutrition Program

NOTICE TO BIDDERS On behalf of the Boston Consortium SEALED PROPOSALS ARE HEREBY SOLICITED FOR THE PREPARATION OF MEALS FOR THE TITLE III-C NUTRITION PROGRAM, IN ACCORDANCE WITH SPECIFICATIONS. PROPOSALS MUST BE SUBMITTED VIA ENCRYPTED E-MAIL TO meals@ethocare.org by noon…
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Right-Sizing Your Life

Too much stuff bogging you down or too much house to take care of? Perhaps, it is time to “right-size” your life. Please join Ethos and its JP@Home program on Thursday, May 5, 2022, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.,…

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Our History

In 1972, Massachusetts Office of Elder Affairs issued a call for grassroots coalitions to support a program to keep elders out of nursing homes. Called “Home Care,” it was one of the nation’s first efforts to create an alternative to the institutional models of caring for the elderly that had prevailed since the poorhouse. […]

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