ASK…for Home Care & Homeshare, Inc.
641 St. George Road
P O Box 389
South Thomaston, ME 04858
Phone: 207-354-7077 or 1-800-876-8418
Hours: Office: Mon-Thurs. 8 a.m.-4 p.m., on call 24/7
Fax: 207-354-3547

ASK…for Home Care is committed to enhancing the lives of our senior citizens and ensuring that they achieve their maximum level of independence and self-actualization in as home-like a setting as possible. We support environments that enable aging in place and opportunities to interact with others. We encourage respite for family caregivers, while maintaining their interest and involvement in the care of their loved ones. We believe in the efficient utilization of staff, supplies and space to provide cost effective services without sacrificing quality. We respect and revere our elders and believe that they have as much to offer us as we do them. With these beliefs in mind, we promise to deliver the very best care possible.

ASK...for Help

Are you looking for assistance for a few hours a week? Maybe you need someone every day? Either way ASK…for Home Care is here for you. We can provide services from 2 hours a day up to 168 hours a week, all you have to do is ASK. Give us a call at 354-7077.
Short-Term or Day Respite

The Homesteads have been a premier choice for those requiring accommodations for short stays... ...while visiting from away. ...when caregivers are unavailable or need a break. ...during recovery from illness, injury or surgery. ...while receiving Hospice services. Or for longer stays... ...
ASK continues training

ASK . . . for Home Care, recognized last year as one of the Best Places to Work in Maine, successfully completed personal support specialist training on May 29. Lisa Escorsio, Director of Nursing, and Joanne Miller, Administrator, both certified instructors, taught the classes. Guest speakers ...
Aging parents' issues surface during the holidays

Baby boomers visiting aging parents during the holidays may be in for a shocking surprise, warns Certified Senior Advisor Joanne Miller. The pristine house and yard of the past now look shabby and neglected. Dirty dishes fill the sink and the kitchen table is covered in crumbs. Unopened bills ...
Personal Support Specialist Training

ASK...for Home Care, in its continuing efforts to improve the quality of our health care work force, has successfully completed Personal Suppourt Specialist Training. Lisa Escorsio, RN, BSN, Director of Nursing, who recently received her certification to teach and Joanne Miller, LSW, CMC, CSA, ...