The Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) contracts with 25 Aging Services Access Points (ASAPs) to administer programs for persons 60 years of age and over. The Boston Consortium is made up of three ASAPs (Boston Senior Home Care, Central Boston Elder Services, & Ethos) that administer the homecare and special programs in the city of Boston. Each ASAP determines the consumer’s eligibility for services and contracts directly with the provider agency.
Services purchased through our contracted vendors include:
Adult Day Health; Behavioral Health Services; Chore; Companion; Dementia Day Program; Emergency Shelter; Grocery Shopping and Delivery Service; Habilitation Therapy (Alzheimer’s coaching); Home Delivered Meals: Home Health Services (Skilled Nursing care, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy and Home Health Aide); Laundry; Legal Services; Medication Dispensing System; Personal Emergency Response System and Enhanced PERS; Supportive Day; Supportive Home Care Aide; Translation/Interpretation; Transportation; Vision Rehabilitation, and Wanderer Locator Service.
The Request for Proposal does not commit any individual ASAP to award a contract or to pay for costs associated with the preparation of this proposal. Each ASAP negotiates its own rates and reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal. Successful proposals will result in contracts effective October 1, 2019. Each ASAP will make an individual determination to award a one, two, or maximum of three-year contract.
Women, minority-owned, and small businesses are encouraged to apply.
Central Boston Elder Services is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.