Recent News

Elder Services has earned Accreditation Status for its Case Management Program
April 12, 2018

Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley, Inc. earned Accreditation Status for three years for our Case Management Program from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). The status of Accredited – three years demonstrates a strong performance related to the functions outlined in national standards for Case Management accreditation.

NCQA is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to improving health care quality. They accredit and certify a wide range of health care organizations and recognize clinicians and practices in key areas of performance. Earning NCQA’s Case Management Accreditation is an indicator that a Case Management program is dedicated to care coordination, patient-centeredness and improving quality of care: getting the right care to patients.

The NCQA accreditation signifies a dedication to quality case management practiced by Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley, Inc. We have 40 plus years of experience ensuring the health, safety and independence of persons with disabilities and aging adults. Our commitment to provide choices for individuals allows them to remain living at home longer and maximizes their ability to manage their lives with long-term care services, education, and support for their particular needs or chronic health conditions.

Recent News

Mobile Market helping make ends meet

By Terry Date |   LAWRENCE — It’s Tuesday morning and raining on people huddled closely in a line that stretches along two sides of the Boys & Girls Club. They wait, most of them under umbrellas, to enter and receive fresh spinach,...

Media Mention: Merrimac Senior Center hosts drag show

By Lisa Rinaldi, Correspondent, The Daily News of Newburyport   MERRIMAC — The Merrimac Senior Center was alive with music and laughter when the center’s LGBTQ+ Social Connections group recently marked the 10th anniversary of its founding. The festivities...

Caller: “Meals on Wheels Saved My Life”

Thanks to the quick thinking and action of her Meals on Wheels driver, June is alive and can continue to enjoy the simple things in life. “When I hear the birds singing, I think that’s a miracle,” June said. That’s because June may not have survived if it hadn’t been...

Senior Farmers’ Market Coupon Distribution is August 2

Make the most of the summer’s bounty with a free Senior Farmers' Market Coupon Booklet. Local councils on aging will distribute the free coupon booklets, worth $50, to eligible older adults on Wednesday, August 2.  The booklets are made available through the...

Resize text-+=