The town of Holliston is located in Middlesex counties, known as the Metro West area. It was first settled in 1659 by Massachusetts Bay Puritans. Holliston was incorporated in 1724 when "the west portion of Sherborn" became Holliston, in honor of Thomas Hollis, a benefactor of Harvard College.
Initially a farming community, Holliston became the shoe manufacturing center of the US during the industrial revolution. The now empty buildings of the largest of these Holliston factories, the Goodwill Shoe Company, remain standing on Water Street, now housing artist's lofts.
Although there is no public transportation from Holliston to Boston, Holliston has become a bedroom community for this city, as well as the technical corridor of Route 128. A healthy 32 minute commute without any traffic, it is a challenge on a daily basis!
According to the 2000 census report, the population of Holliston was 13,801 with a projected 2010 population of 14,971. Also, according to the 2000 censes, 8.9% of the population was 65 years or older. 16% of all Holliston households are made up of individuals with 6% of these Holliston households having a Holliston senior 65 or older living alone. As this Holliston senior population increases, so will the need for Holliston senior homecare from trusted senior home care agencies like Home Instead Senior Care. Home Instead Senior Care provides the highest quality, in-home care for your loved one and elder home care services are tailored to fit you and your family's elder homecare needs.
Elder care services are offered through the Holliston Council on Aging, located at the Holliston Senior Center at 150 Goulding Street, Holliston, MA. The Holliston Senior Center is open Monday through Friday from 10AM-2PM. The state provides elderly assistance for Holliston senior residents through Bay Path Elder Services. Either of these agencies can answer questions regarding senior homecare, caregiving for Holliston seniors, Holliston assisted living facilities as well as reputable Holliston In-Home senior care.
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