New Crow Point Business Holds Grand Opening
Two Lights Home Care is inviting anyone from the public inside their business for light refreshments while they share information about their services.
A new Crow Point home care agency will hold a grand opening celebration this Wednesday.
Although the office officially opened back in the Fall, Two Lights Home Care is inviting anyone from the public inside their business for light refreshments while they share information about their services.
The Crow Point Village business offers a range of essential services to elders including overnight monitoring and personal hygiene care to transportation and meal preparation.
The non-medical home care business also offers special services such as seasonal yard maintenance; concierge services such as dry cleaning pickup and party planning; and Holiday Helper services, such as gift buying and wrapping and holiday cleaning.
Two Lights Home Care is managed by Quincy resident Amy Neelon O’Brien.
“We’re able to meet a wide variety of needs here,” said O’Brien, who has a background in geriatric care, communications and program directing. “Adult children with elderly parents in need of some assistance will find our services valuable as well as seniors themselves, who will appreciate and benefit from a little extra help provided by Two Lights Home Care caregivers.”
Two Lights Home Care is based in Cape Elizabeth, Maine and owned by O’Brien’s sister Paula Neelon Banks. The new Hingham location is right in Crow Point Village at 185 Lincoln Street, behind Crow Point Pizzeria.
Banks, who is a licensed social worker and longtime Certified Geriatric Care Manager, said she opened in Hingham not only because this is the area where she grew up (Both sisters graduated from Scituate High School), but because there is an enormous need for care for the aging population.
As manager, O'Brien plans to work very close with her clients as if they were her own family.
"I want to spread a small net and get really embedded into the community that I'm in," O'Brien said. "For me, it's quality not quantity. We're a true mom and pop business. We're going to stay family owned."
Anyone interested in attending the grand opening at 6 p.m. on Feb. 6 should RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org