The Doolittle Home History
The Doolittle Home was chartered in 1915 and has been providing outstanding care for the elderly ever since.
In 1974, The Doolittle Home was reorganized as a public charity. As such, we are required to receive a portion of our operating costs from public sources as we reaffirm our commitment to sustain unprecedented levels of care, personal dignity and peace of mind. All donations are tax deductible and directly impact the lives of those we are privileged to serve.
The Doolittle Home is privately and independently managed by a volunteer board of local officers and trustees. The home is open to men, women and couples without regard to race, religion, sex or national origin under a choice of plans. Our facility houses 32 residents.
The Doolittle Home is a multi-level facility with a 23-bed residential care unit and a nine-bed nursing unit which offers an around-the-clock staff of licensed or registered nurses. The Doolittle Home offers a variety of entry plans. Most residents are life care occupants. Once they qualify physically and financially, the full amenities of the Home – including the fully accredited nine-bed nursing unit – are available throughout the lifetime of the resident without additional cost regardless of any change in physical or financial condition. The family has peace of mind knowing their loved one will receive quality care for the remainder of his/her life.
Call 508-543-2694 to arrange a personal tour.