Our Walk


On Sunday, September 25, 2016, New Outlook Homecare participated in Greater Boston’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Our team of nearly twenty participants joined close to 5,000 people walking either 1.5 or 3.5 miles toward a common goal – to raise awareness and funds for research to end Alzheimer’s disease.  According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s and last year, 15.9 million caregivers provided care for someone with the disease. It is the 6th leading cause of death in the United States and one in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.

September 25th was a brisk, beautiful, sunny day. With our lime green t-shirts, Team New Outlook Homecare was all smiles as the walk began. Listening to speeches by radio personalities, celebrities and Mayor Marty Walsh, the Walk officially began just after 10:00 a.m. “Let’s go. This is so fun,” said five-year old Seth as we headed under the purple archway.

It was so nice to see supporters holding various colored flowers. Blue represented someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Purple was for someone who has lost a loved one to the disease. Yellow represented someone who is currently supporting or caring for someone with Alzheimer’s and Orange was for everyone who supports the cause and vision of a world without Alzheimer’s. The organization provided nourishment, water and support the entire route.

New Outlook Homecare was proud to participate in such a meaningful way and we thank all of those that participated in the Walk. Donations are still being collected. If you’d like more information or wish to donate, please visit our team’s page or visit the Alzheimer’s Association website: http://www.alz.org. We hope you can join us next year.


Aloha from New Outlook Homecare!

New Outlook Homecare was proud to sponsor the Annual Hawaiian Luau at Traditions of Dedham on July 27. Residents and their families enjoyed a lovely evening with great food, hula dancers and live music.

It was so nice to see our senior friends enjoying themselves. Bringing such a fun event to the residents of Traditions is something that gives us great pride and joy.

Participants sported beautiful leis and danced the night away with friends and family members. Be sure to check out more photos and videos of the event on our Facebook page.

IMG_0713webNew Outlook Homecare is pleased to announce a new hire. Marcy Leiman joins New Outlook Homecare as Marketing Director. With a background in Communications and Education, Marcy brings to New Outlook a passion for elder care, along with organizational and social media skill-sets that will be assets to New Outlook’s mission and growth.

Prior to working at New Outlook, Marcy was Associate Director of Parenting Through a Jewish Lens, a parenting program that uses Jewish wisdom & texts to assist in parenting at every age. In this role, Leiman utilized social media, personal/community outreach, traditional advertising and public relations to fill over 22 classes each year throughout the Greater Boston area.

In addition, Marcy spent many volunteer hours a month at Newbridge on the Charles, an assisted/ independent living facility in which she aided residents in the memory support unit with their daily activities and assisted with multigenerational programming.

“Caring for the elderly is a core value in my family. Both my parents work in assisted/independent living facilities in New York and my sister is a director of a similar facility. The elderly require our utmost care, love and attention. Working at New Outlook Homecare is not only fulfilling, it is a way that I can give back to people of our community who have given so much to us,” says Marcy.

Established in 2001, New Outlook Homecare was built on a foundation of care and respect for the elderly. With a strong belief in love and understanding, New Outlook created a holistic approach to eldercare by providing both professional and personal services. New Outlook’s founder, Pearly Evans is a certified nurse assistant who not only cares for clients, she becomes part of their families. Her philosophy is:

“When we take care of the elderly, we are in fact taking care of ourselves.”

For more information about New Outlook’s services or to read client testimonials, visit www.newoutlookhomecare.com.


“Let us always meet each other with a smile, for the smile is the beginning of love.” – Mother Teresa

February was National Heart Health Month. It’s not only important to take care of our physical heart, but also our spiritual heart! To spread some love last month, we had the delight of sponsoring a special Valentine’s Day event for our friends at Tradition of Dedham. It was a fantastic event which featured a wonderful band, “White Heat Swing Band”, that kept everyone entertained! It was a great sight to hear the joy and see the smiles on everyone’s faces. Check out some more pictures below!



The holiday season is a time filled with happiness and joy. However, it can be tough for many people, having to do shopping, traveling, or planning holiday parties/dinners for families and friends. This time can be particularly stressful and overwhelming for caregivers. To make the holidays a bit easier and less stressful, here are some tips:

–          Note the effect of the environment and activities on your loved ones

–          Give a heads-up to family or friends coming to visit about the condition of your care receiver

–          Involve the care receiver in holiday tasks, such as decorations or baking

–          Reminisce about past holidays or fun traditions

–          Don’t place too many expectations on yourself and be open to creating new traditions

–          Have the celebration in the home of the care receiver

–          Suggest a pot luck, so that not all the work has to be done by yourself

–          Don’t hesitate to ask for help and accept help

–          Celebrate and maintain contact with friends and family

–          Last but not least, take some time for yourself and reward yourself; Take breaks

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We are honored to have been awarded a 5 star rating by Celebration Media U.S. (CMUS) and Talk of the Town News! All of us at New Outlook Homecare are humbled by our customers for giving us such positive reviews and for all of their support. We would also like to extend our thanks to our wonderful staff for all their hard work and dedication. We are fully committed to providing the best care possible and strive to continue working together with families to strengthen that familial bond. For more information, visit our award page at: www.talkofthetownnews.com/awards2012/6174541190

Mass ALFA Event!


  On Thursday Oct 25th we had the privilege to co-sponsor the Mass ALFA (Massachusetts Assisted Living Facilities Associations) Conference and Trade show held at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA.  Mass ALFA is a great organization that is dedicated to providing information and education regarding assisted living and is an advocate for seniors. The theme for this year’s show was “Designing the Future of Senior Living.” The morning keynote address set the tone for the day’s events with a great speech about the role of technology in the future of aging and assisted living. There were a wide range of topics that were discussed throughout the event, from sales and marketing to financial and legal tips, and also information about resident care and innovations in assisted living and care giving.

    We were located at Booth 6, between Emeritus Senior Living (one of the largest networks of Assisted Living, Retirement, and Alzheimer’s Care Communities) and Summit ElderCare/NaviCare (a medical, insurance, and social support program for adults 55+). This is an awesome event with lots of networking opportunities.  We had a great time meeting new people and were able to gather more information that will help us to better serve our clients! We had a blast and hope to see you all next year!