If it wasn’t for our ESCCI care manager, my husband would never have been able to stay home—his only wish—for as long as he did. I would call him for nearly everything and he always knew what to do, and in the rare instance, if he didn’t have the answer readily, he would go to work and get right back to me with it. I cannot say enough about his dedication.
We are part of the Mass Home Care network, a group of 30 non-profits dedicated to serving seniors in every city and town in Massachusetts as well as a member of the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4A), the umbrella organization for the 655 AAAs in the United States.
Elder Services of Cape Cod & the Islands
We’re Here With You
Our agency employs over 140 trained staff and has over 1,500 caring people who volunteer their time to help ensure that this Cape Cod and the Islands remains a great place to grow older.
Meals are delivered by more than 1,000 Meals on Wheels volunteers.
Individuals in 2021
Managed in-home services help individuals live independently.
We add to the local economy each year through contracts with 3rd party service providers.
I want to express my thanks for all of your kind and thoughtful support. Participating in the Senior Community Service Employment Program and receiving your counsel was an opportunity from which I benefitted greatly. I am excited by my new job and look forward to the new challenges.
I was struggling with daily meal prep for my husband and I and Meals on Wheels has helped me by taking so much stress off my shoulders: less work, better meals, and better nutrition. I was so down about my inability to keep up. And, with the increase in food prices, this has made buying food for our other meals much more possible and, therefore, less stressful.
Thank you for the six week “A Matter of Balance” class. You did a wonderful presentation, keeping the attendees involved in each session. We gained a great deal of knowledge, enabling us to avoid any falls that could have occurred.
Dorothy Guenther, Clerk
Sharon L Tennstedt, President
Jim Worthington, Chairperson
Elder Services of Cape Cod and the Islands (ESCCI) collaborates and contracts with a comprehensive network of health and supportive services to meet consumers’ needs. As a member of the Cape and Islands regional Aging and Disability Resource Consortium (ADRC), we provide consumers with information and referral, options counseling, and assistance with decision support and service planning. ADRCs serve individuals of all ages living with a disability, striving to ensure a ”no wrong door” experience for all.