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What you need to know: Elder Home Care Program Update

EOEA Homemaker NOI Now Open

Monday, January 4, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Lisa Gurgone
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In November 2015, the Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) opened the FY16 Homemaker Notification of Intent (NOI) to Contract process. The Homemaker NOI is the process home care agencies must complete if they are interested in contracting with the state’s network of 26 Aging Services Access Points (ASAPs) to provide homemaker and personal care homemaker services through the state Home Care program. The following link brings you to an updated information found on the NOI Announcements page: Homemaker NOI

EOEA has stated this is process will remain open until necessary in order to conduct system and/or document updates. The posting for approved providers will be completed within 4 to 6 weeks of the summited application.

The Council’s Standards are referenced in the Homemaker Standards & Personal Care Guidelines (Attachment A). Our “Standards of Best Practice for Home Care Aide Services in Massachusetts” publication provides detailed information on the Council’s hiring, training, and supervision best practice recommendations. For more information on this publication, visit our website at or contact our office at 617-744-6561. If you have any questions regarding the FY16 Homemaker NOI process, please send an email to