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Meet Our Caregivers 

Rachel Constant grew up in Haiti and has been in the USA for six years. 

How long have you been working with New Outlook Homecare?
I’ve been working with the company over five years. 

Why did you get into homecare in the first place?
When my grandma was dying in Haiti, I took care of her and it stuck with me. 

Why were you interested in working with Pearly Evans and New Outlook Homecare, specifically?
Pearly’s nice and everyone’s nice within the company. Pearly’s a good person.

What is the best part of your job?
Taking care of elderly people. 

How has working with the elderly affected you?
When you’re young, you don’t care as much about things, but now I’m more caring and loving. It changes you completely. 

What caregiving certifications do you have?
I have a Home Health Aid Certification

What advice would you give to someone who wanted to work at New Outlook Homecare?
I’ve been here for over five years and if it wasn’t a good company, I would have quit a long time ago. It’s a good company and I recommend it.

What advice would you give to a potential client who is deciding to employ New Outlook Homecare to look after a loved one?
It’s the best choice you could make. I know this first-hand as a caregiver with the company. 

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Meet Deion Clarke who  joins us from Guyana, South America. 

How long have you been working with New Outlook Homecare?
  I’ve been with the company since August 2016.

Why did you get into homecare in the first place?
  I love doing it. I have a passion for it.

Why were you interested in working with Pearly Evans and New Outlook Homecare, specifically? 
My daughter had worked with her and recommended her because she’s a good employer.

What is the best part of your job?  
Caring for the clients and their needs.

How has working with the elderly affected you?
I have a passion for it and I love doing it. Working with the elderly has affected me greatly. I love helping them.

What caregiving certifications do you have?
In Guyana, I received a nursing certification. 

What advice would you give to someone who wanted to work at New Outlook Homecare?
It’s a good company and I’ve had good experiences. I recommend Pearly; she is a good employer.

What advice would you give to a potential client who is deciding to employ New Outlook Homecare to look after a loved one?
It’s a good company and a good choice. Pearly and all of her staff are great caregivers.

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rhonda2We are thrilled to have a new employee on staff. Rhonda Alward has joined New Outlook Homecare as Office Assistant. She joined us on December 5, 2016.

With more than 35 years experience in the clerical, administrative and Human Resources fields with both front line and management experience, Rhonda has worked with various government departments and agencies within the Province of New Brunswick, Canada.

In addition to her work experience, Rhonda has been an active volunteer within her community as well at the Provincial level including, NB Adoption Foundation and NB Special Olympics. She is married and has two adult sons.”

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fall-leavesNew Outlook Homecare, LLC, under the direction of Pearly Evans, provides excellent homecare and caregiving services.

I became acquainted with Pearly as she regularly helps clients residing in Traditions of Dedham, Massachusetts, where my aunt went to live for the almost last two years of her life, from age 88 to 90.  Initially my aunt was independent, but as she weakened after two hospital and short rehab stays, she required oxygen, and after 4 months, she was on oxygen 24/7. With the use of oxygen, in-room care was required. I hired Pearly to be my aunt’s in-room caretaker for about 8 to 12 hours a day at the outset. Ultimately, New Outlook Homecare, LLC was with my aunt 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for months on end – in her studio apartment at Traditions.

My aunt was very particular, but she seemed to bond quickly with Pearly. It became a reciprocal friendship, a bond that only became deeper over time. She relied on Pearly and her staff for the most basic simple activities and needs of daily life, which they provided with no hesitation.  Even when Pearly was not with her 24/7 at the outset, she kept an eye out for my aunt to make sure everything was ok. This was vital for me living in New York to know that my aunt was properly cared for. They treated her with respect from Day 1, a posture that was always consistent, no matter how difficult the situation could be.

Staffing and training for New Outlook Homecare, LLC:

Pearly and her staff are dedicated, compassionate, and well trained. They interact very well with Traditions staff when needed. When my aunt went on in-room hospice care in October 2015, hospice determined what medication was required and hospice nurses came in as needed.  But it was really Pearly and her staff who kept a close eye on my aunt –flagging any issues, reaching out to the hospice care provider when needed, and even made sure medications were up to date and re-ordered on a regular basis. My aunt had a long decline and they were with her every step of the way. Even as her medications became more complex, they were trained and equipped to handle this.

Close ties:

My aunt also became very close to another New Outlook Homecare caretaker, Rachel.  Between the two of them with my aunt daily, they have been a lifeline. They are kind, compassionate people, who truly love the elderly, and help them achieve as much dignity as possible. Pearly also is always upbeat and vibrant, and whose humor had my aunt cracking up. Pearly, Rachel and the other caretakers were a true comfort to my aunt. Pearly and Rachel would hold my aunt’s hand, never let my aunt out of their sight, watching for subtle changes or indications of discomfort, and just being with her, up until the very end in early November 2016.  I can honestly say they are God’s angels.

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On November 15th, New Outlook Homecare had the privilege of attending the Home Care Aide Council‘s 46th Celebration. It was a wonderful event that had over 300 home healthcare professionals together to eat lunch, learn from motivational speaker, Dr. Steve Sobel and get honored for the excellent care that these caregivers provide day in and day out for their clients.

With so many caregivers in one room, it is clear that the services that we provide to our clients are necessary for the vitality of our aging population. It was so motivating to see these caregivers getting honored for the tireless and selfless work that they do. As Dr. Sobel stated it is with great “joy, passion and influence” that caregivers do what they do every day.

We were so thrilled to offer a door prize at the event that was raffled to a lucky winner. We look forward to attending next year’s event and honoring New Outlook Homecare caregivers as well.

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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.

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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.

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