Mystic Valley Elder Services promotes the health and independence of older adults, adults living with disabilities, and caregivers residing in urban and suburban communities north of Boston, including Chelsea, Everett, Malden, Medford, Melrose, North Reading, Reading, Revere, Stoneham, Wakefield and Winthrop. Through our direct services, care coordination, and network of business partners, we can help you access the support you need to live the life you want.

Quality care for a quality life

We’re here for you. We partner with more than 20,000 individuals and caregivers every year, offering an array of services that help older adults and adults living with disabilities live with dignity in a place they choose. Together, we can build a care plan that meets your needs, budget, and personal goals.

Our Services

Take a look through our most popular services and programs. Note that this is just an introduction. Every individual’s circumstances differ, and the plan we develop will be unique to you!

Information & Referral

Resource specialists offer free advice and referrals from our extensive database of local, state, and national resources. They connect individuals and caregivers to the best available resources to meet their needs and many of those can be provided by Mystic Valley Elder Services.

At-Home Care

A range of programs for older adults who wish to remain in their own homes. Services include in-home assessment, development of a care plan, and delivery of at-home and community-based services.

Nutrition

Healthy, satisfying meal services and nutrition counseling to support a quality life. Options include Meals on Wheels for older adults who are unable to provide meals for themselves and are at nutritional risk and dining programs where older adults and other adults can access a nutritious lunch in a community setting.

Caregiver Support

Resources designed for caregivers, including those who work full time or support family from a distance. Services include in-home assessments and caregiver education in areas including memory loss, home safety, and respite care.

Transportation

Transportation coordinators help individuals access transportation options in their communities.

Health Benefits Counseling (SHINE)

Trained counselors provide individuals with no-cost, confidential counseling and unbiased information regarding Medicare, Medicaid, health insurance and prescription drug options.

Healthy Aging Programs

Healthy living programs that provide evidence-based workshops to teach individuals about the prevention and management of chronic diseases and other health concerns.

Protective Services

The Protective Services program is dedicated to protecting the health, safety and legal rights of an individual over the age of 60 who has been abused, neglected, financially exploited or is at risk of harm due to self-neglect.

Options Counseling

Options Counseling is a free interactive, short-term process to empower individuals in need of assistance and supports to make an informed choice about the settings and services that best meet their needs to help them remain independently in the community.

Integrated Care Programs

Integrated Care Programs Senior Care Options (SCO), One Care, and LTSS Care Partners programs assist MassHealth eligible seniors and disabled adults with accessing Long Term Services and Supports, community resources, and public benefits.

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