Articles and resources

Sometimes the biggest help is providing you with just a name or two. At Summit ElderCare, we're here to help you and your loved ones. But you might prefer to do a little research on your own or take a look into this subject at your own comfort level. We'll gladly talk with you or arrange a meeting, but we understand that sometimes that may not be what you want. Here are a few links where you can do some research on your own.

Summit ElderCare’s Sharing the Care newsletters

For referral sources and caregivers, this newsletter provides information about the benefits and value of Summit ElderCare. The newsletter also includes insights into popular topics which affect seniors as well as profiles of Summit ElderCare’s providers and participants.



  • SeniorConnection:
  • Age Info:
  • National PACE Association:
  • Healthwise® Knowledgebase:
  • National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys:
  • National Association of Geriatric Care Managers:
  • BayPath Elder Services:
    An Aging Services Access Point (ASAP) serving 14 communities in the MetroWest area, BayPath seeks to enable older people to live independently and comfortably in the community for as long as possible, while promoting their well-being and dignity.
  • Elder Services of Worcester Area:
    An Aging Services Access Point (ASAP) serving the Greater Worcester area, Elder Services of Worcester Area is a private not-for-profit agency focused on keeping elders in their homes by providing services, case management and information resources.
  • Franklin County Home Care Corporation (FCHCC):
    An Aging Services Access Point (ASAP) serving Franklin County and Athol, Petersham, Royalston and Phillipston, Massachusetts, FCHCC is a non-profit organization serving elders, persons with disabilities and care providers.
  • Montachusett Home Care:
    An Aging Services Access Point (ASAP) for 21 towns in north central Massachusetts, Montachusett Home Care is committed to the goal of maximizing the independence and self-determination of the elderly and disabled.
  • Tri-Valley, Inc.:
    An Aging Services Access Point (ASAP) for 25 towns in south central Massachusetts, Tri-Valley’s mission is met daily by helping hundreds of seniors and younger people with disabilities live independently in the community.

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