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800-AGE-INFO: Additional Information for Massachusetts Elders
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Hospital/Housing/Nursing Home

Community-Based Services

Tri-Valley, Inc. provides the following community-based services and programs for elders age 60 and over and younger people with disabilities.  Our Information and Resource (I & R) specialists will help identify which services are best suited for you.

Care Transitions Initiative

Transition coaching for newly discharged hospital and rehab patients to assist with self management and recovery at home with the goal of reducing readmissions.

Congregate Housing

Is a low-cost shared living experience in a home-like environment that is ideal for elders and younger disabled people who are looking for socialization and independent living.

Long Term Care Ombudsman Program

Provides advocacy and support to residents in long term care facilities.  Trained and state certified Ombudsman volunteers visit residents on a regular basis to investigate and resolve complaints by residents.

Nursing/Clinical Assessment & Eligibility

Registered Nurses perform screenings to determine the elder’s clinical and medical eligibility to enter a skilled nursing home or attend Adult Day Health.

Options Counseling

Provides information and support to individuals (not currently home care clients) regarding options for long-term care and community services.