Senior Care Options

I have been involved with Aging Services of North Central Massachusetts for over 15 years. They have provided support to me over the years through many programs as my needs changed. Being enrolled in the SCO program and working with ASNCM has been excellent. My Case Manager has continued to provide me support in securing quality workers to assist with personal care and housework. I have been connected to day programs so I can continue to get out as much as possible. They have helped connect me to public benefits to help maximize my limited income. Having an insurance company linked up with ASNCM has enhanced the quality of my life.”


Senior Care Options (SCOs) programs are voluntary programs that are available to anyone 65 and older who qualifies for MassHealth Standard.

Senior Care Options are comprehensive health plans which provide a fully integrated model of care. The goal of the Senior Care Options programs is to help their consumers remain in the community as independently as possible. Each consumer is assigned a Registered Nurse and a Case Manager, who help consumers navigate their needs to live as independent as possible. These programs use a team approach which include the consumer, any family members/friends the consumer wishes to include, medical providers, and other community agencies.

In addition to the plan’s medical benefits, some additional benefits include: Case Management, In-Home Services, $0 Copays for prescriptions & doctor visits, transportation for medical appointments, dental care (including dentures), vision benefits (including eyeglasses), hearing aids, and behavioral health services. For a full list of benefits contact the Senior Care Options plan directly.

Aging Services of North Central Massachusetts works with five Senior Care Options plans:

Use the links below to be redirected to the following websites, or click the phone numbers to call them directly.


  • Must be 65 or older
  • Must qualify for MassHealth Standard
  • Must have a Primary Care Physician (PCP) in the network
  • If a Medicare beneficiary, must have both Part A & Part B


ASNCM is unable to choose the plan for you, however, we will provide you with information so you can make an educated choice.

Senior Care Options Inquiry

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