Metropolitan Home Health Services, Inc. is a family-owned, private in-home health care agency committed to treating each and every client as if he or she were one of the family.
Managed by five sisters, Metropolitan Home Health Services, Inc. is dedicated to safely keeping clients in their own homes as long as possible to maintain their health, happiness, and well-being. We work for clients who:
- Feel strongly about staying in their homes, but need some help
- Seek assistance ranging from periodic companionship to 24-hour in-home care
- Respond well to personable, considerate, and respectful attention
- Need help with day-to-day activities such as personal care, housekeeping, accompaniment to appointments, and running errands
- Require help that goes beyond what is covered by private insurance and Medicare/Medicaid
We understand how hard it is for clients, their families, and caregivers to cope with illness, aging, and end-of life issues. We work hard every day to make life better for people in need.
We are always working for you.
Metropolitan Home Health Services, Inc. is licensed by The Commonwealth of Massachusetts – Department of Labor Standards, Employment Agency Program
Metropolitan Home Health Services, Inc. is proud to be a member of the Cambridge/Somerville Alzheimer’s Partnership.
Metropolitan Home Health Services, Inc. is certified by the State of Massachusetts Supplier Diversity Office as a Woman Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) http://www.mass.gov/sdo
Signs to Look For (and How to Be Sure): While some symptoms can be associated with illnesses or other health issues, they’re important to know, for everyone’s sake. Symptoms of malnutrition include (but are not limited to): • Constant tired feeling • Weight loss • Dizziness • Constant cold feeling • Poor concentration • Slow to heal from injuries • Lack of appetite
You never think it’ll happen to you – or, worse, someone you love. That lively, happy person who filled your days with joy becomes a stranger, a shell of their former self. Someone you don’t recognize. Someone who doesn’t recognize you.
You thought you had it all planned out. You know what to do when you’re running low on adult diapers, food, or medicine. You can handle it when the power goes out or the plumbing acts up. To everyone you know, you’re strong and capable – admirable, even. You put on a smile and deal with the daily struggles in spite of everything. Your spouse depends on it.