Home Care in North Dartmouth, MA

Providing exceptional home care for seniors and families in Middleboro, Lakeville, North Dartmouth, Raynham, Rochester, Marion, Fairhaven, Berkley, Freetown, Assonet, & Acushnet in MA.

Home Care in Dartmouth, MA

At Cranberry Home Care, we pride ourselves on offering the very best in-home care. We serve clients in North Dartmouth making their daily lives easier and increasing the number of things they can accomplish throughout their day with just a bit of help from our professional caregivers.

We know it is important to you that your loved one remains in their home with their belongings and memories, rather than an assisted living facility and therefore we make this possible.

Dealing with a family member who is aging can be difficult to navigate. However, do not fear. You are not alone. Cranberry Home Care is here to help.

What types of services can a home care agency in North Dartmouth provide?

When you begin contacting home care agencies in North Dartmouth you need to make sure they have experience managing the exact type of senior care your loved one needs.

Cranberry Home Care has been providing a wide variety of home care services in North Dartmouth for almost 10 years.

Ask specific questions about how their caregivers manage things like mobility, medication prompting, emergency situations, and the frequency in which they update you on how your loved one is doing.

Also, ask how often they will supervise their caregivers and what procedures you should follow if you need backup care or are dissatisfied with how care is being provided.

About Massachusetts

Massachusetts, officially the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is the most populous state in the New England region of the United States. It borders on the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Connecticut to the southwest and Rhode Island to the southeast, New Hampshire to the northeast, Vermont to the northwest, and New York to the west. The capital of Massachusetts is Boston, which is also the most populous city in New England. It is home to the Greater Boston metropolitan area, a region influential upon American history, academia, and industry. Originally dependent on agriculture, fishing and trade, Massachusetts was transformed into a manufacturing center during the Industrial Revolution. During the 20th century, Massachusetts’s economy shifted from manufacturing to services. Modern Massachusetts is a global leader in biotechnology, engineering, higher education, finance, and maritime trade. (WIKIPEDIA

Home Care North Dartmouth, MA by Cranberry Home Care

Dartmouth is the third-largest town (by land area) in Massachusetts, after Plymouth and Middleborough.[2] The distance from Dartmouth’s northernmost border with Freetown to Buzzards Bay in the south is approximately 16 miles (26 km). The villages of HixvilleBliss CornerPadanaramSmith Mills, and Russells Mills are located within the town. Dartmouth shares borders with Westport to the west, Freetown and Fall River to the north, Buzzards Bay to the south, and New Bedford to the east. Boat shuttles provide regular transportation daily to Martha’s Vineyard and Cuttyhunk Island.

In 1620, the Pilgrims landed in Plymouth. The ranks of the pilgrims were augmented by colonists landing from the “Fortune” in 1620, and the “Ann” in 1623, and several other ships of later date. In the meantime, patents had been granted by the king for various colonies, called the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and the land called New England became widely settled. These were the hard and stern times and stringent laws were made by the Plymouth colony as to the worship of God and the general conduct of the colonists. Gradually a certain group rebellion against the orthodox religion of the colony sought to break away from Plymouth, and swelled by the ranks of the members of the Society of Friends, commonly called the Quakers, settled in the present town of Dartmouth.

Naseer Aruri(1934–2015), internationally recognized scholar-activist and expert on Middle East politics, U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East and human rights.

Ezekiel Cornell(1732–1800), member of Continental Congress 1780–1782.

Henry H. Crapo, 14th Governor of Michigan.

William W. Crapo, U.S. House Representative representing Massachusetts’ 1st District.

Arthur Golden(b. 1956), author, Memoirs of a Geisha (summer resident).

“Colonel” Edward Howland Robinson Green(1868–1936), businessman.

Edith Ellen Greenwood(b. 1920), first female recipient of the Soldier’s Medal.*Téa Leoni (b. 1966), film and television actress (summer resident)

Huda Kattan(b. 1983), CEO of Huda Beauty[43]

Arthur Lynch(b. 1990), former football tight end for the Miami Dolphins

Lewis Lee Millett Sr., recipient of Congressional Medal of Honor (Korean War)

Brian Rose(b. 1976), former Major League Baseball player

Philip Sheridan(1831–1888), Union general in the American Civil War who died at his summer home in Nonquitt

Pete Souza(b. 1954), former Chief Official White House Photographer (2009–2017), grew up in Dartmouth[44]

Jordan Todman(b. 1990), football running back for the Houston Texans

Bernard Trafford(1871–1942), football player for Harvard University and chairman of First National Bank of Boston[45]

Benjamin Tucker(1854–1939), individualist, anarchist and egoist; English translator of the works of Max Stirner

Donald Eugene Webb(1931–1999), longest fugitive on the FBI’s Most Wanted List and prime suspect in the murder of a Pennsylvania Police Chief who made headlines in 2017 when his remains were discovered buried in his wife’s backyard

About North Dartmouth, MA

Dartmouth is a coastal town in Bristol County, Massachusetts. Old Dartmouth was the first area of Southeastern Massachusetts to be settled by Europeans, primarily English. Dartmouth is part of New England’s farm coast, which consists of a chain of historic coastal villages, vineyards, and farms. June 8, 2014 marked the 350th year of Dartmouth’s incorporation as a town. It is also part of the Massachusetts South Coast. The local weekly newspapers are The Dartmouth/Westport Chronicle and Dartmouth Week.

The northern part of Dartmouth has the town’s large commercial districts. The southern part of town abuts Buzzards Bay, and there are several other waterways, including Lake Noquochoke, Cornell Pond, Slocums River, Shingle Island River and Paskamansett River. The town has several working farms and one vineyard, which is part of the Coastal Wine Tour. With a thriving agricultural heritage, the town and state have protected many of the working farms.

Driving Directions from North Dartmouth, MA to Cranberry Home Care

Our caregivers are located all over the North Dartmouth area. Our primary office is located in Middleboro.

North Dartmouth, MA

Head southwest on Costa St toward Slocum Rd
24 s (0.1 mi)

Take MA-140 N, Highland Rd and MA-105 N to Courtland St in Middleborough
28 min (20.5 mi)

Drive to Oak St
1 min (0.4 mi)

Cranberry Home Care
260 Center St #3
Middleborough, MA 02346

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