About Us

Minute Women Home Care is a premium non-medical service provider that enables our clients to live at home with dignity and respect by assisting with their activities of daily living. We support families in their mission to allow their parents to age-in-place rather than transitioning to a nursing facility.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide exceptional care for our clients enabling them to live with dignity and respect in a safe and supportive home environment. Our team-oriented working environment fosters personal satisfaction and growth of our staff, which translates to superior customer service and a commitment to provide the best possible in-home care. We will be the easiest and most convenient to work with.

Philosophy

At Minute Women we are a solutions-focused company, always providing choices to our clients. We believe that people matter: including clients, their families, caregivers and our office staff. We believe in our “four core principles.”

Providing quality care is our mission. Our goal is to always provide a level of care that would be acceptable if it were our families being cared for. We believe that treating someone with dignity is part of providing exceptional
care.

Customer service is at the core of what we do. Providing the best customer service for both our customers and our caregivers is how we separate ourselves. Without clients or caregivers we do not have a business, so both parties must receive outstanding customer service.

We are committed to educating the community on their options regarding aging in place. We are involved in multiple associations where the core principle is to educate and be a resource for families who have questions about what their options are.

When a family needs services that are outside our service scope, we become a resource for that family. We can provide them information on other services within our industry to provide them with the proper support.

While our services are hands-on, technology can help improve our operations and care while lowering our costs, making care more affordable. We are always looking for new ways to improve our services through implementation of new technology.

For Over 50 Years

From 1969 to 2021

Minute Women was created in 1969, in Concord, Massachusetts by Carol Cucci. She named the company after the Minutemen soldiers, but since it was a women-owned company, she opted for Minute Women rather than Minute Man.

Carol noticed a need for working families that had aging parents in need of care. There were no assisted living communities and fewer nursing homes available, but Mission & Philosophy 3 families had the same goal as they do today, preventing their parents from moving into a nursing facility and keeping them at home.

As Minute Women grew, Carol moved the company to various locations in Concord and Bedford, before settling in Lexington where we have been for over thirty years.

At one point, Minute Women provided senior care, child care and house cleaning services. Over her 40 years, Carol has provided care for tens of thousands of families in the Boston suburbs.

In 2011, Carol sold the company to Ryan McEniff, her nephew, after his experiences as a family caregiver. Since then, Minute Women has been focused on becoming the premier provider of home care services in the greater Boston area.

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