2019 Financial Eligibility requirements as set by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts:
- MassHealth members are financially eligible.
- Income guidelines require Annual Gross Income less than $28,410/single and $40,199/couple.
- Over-Income Scale: (For those with a higher income than those listed above.) 50% - 100% of the cost of services received monthly, based on a person's individualized care plan.
2019 Monthly Co-Payment requirements as set by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts:
- $10 - $141 for individuals with incomes that range from $12,647 - $28,410
- $18 - $152 for couples with incomes that range from $17,031 - $40,199
Within the Home Care Program, there are additional levels of support and services for those eligible, including:
- Enhanced Community Options Program (ECOP)
- Consumer Directed Care (CDC).
For more information, call BayPath at 508-573-7200
How to start the eligibility process:
- Call BayPath at 508-573-7200 to speak with us about the Home Care program
- If you meet the initial eligibility requirements, an experienced case managers from BayPath will access each elder's abilities for activities of daily living by completing an in-home assessment. (The criteria for assessment is set by the Commonwealth's Executive Office of Elder Affairs)
- Based on this assessment, the service plan may provide approximately 2.5 hours per week of services.
33 Boston Post Road West - Marlborough, MA 01752 - Phone 508-573-7200
The Home Care Program provides care management and in-home support services to help eligible elders in Massachusetts successfully age in place.
Massachusetts Home Care Program
BayPath serves the following communities:
Ashland, Dover, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton,
Hudson, Marlborough, Natick, Northborough, Sherborn, Southborough, Sudbury, Wayland, and Westborough.
BayPath Elder Services, Inc. is a member of the MetroWest ADRC, a partnership with HESSCO and the MetroWest Center for Independent Living.
BayPath Elder Services, Inc. and its programs are funded in whole or in part by contracts with the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs, funds from the Older Americans Act, and donations and grants from businesses, foundations and individuals.
is a state program administrated through regional Aging Services Access Points (ASAPs) that provides on-going case management and home-based services to elders so they can maintain their independence and live at home.
In MetroWest, BayPath Elder Services, Inc. is the ASAP that administers the state home care program to the 14 communities in its service area.
Ashland, Dover, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, Hudson,
Marlborough, Natick, Northborough, Sherborn, Southborough,
Sudbury, Wayland, and Westborough.
To discover ASAP services in other Massachusetts communities
To be eligible, the consumer must be:
- (Or) under 60 with a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease or dementia
- Consumers must be living in a (residential) home within Massachusetts
- The consumer's household must meet income eligibility guidelines
Activities of Daily Living (ADL):
The consumer must also need assistance with at least six activities of daily living, including:
One of the areas requiring assistance must be a critical unmet need. Critical unmet needs are defined as personal care, medication management, meal preparation (or the need for home-delivered meals), grocery shopping, transportation for medical treatment or respite.
-or- Call us at (508) 573-7200