Sutton, Massachusetts, is located in Worcester counties, south of the city of Worcester. Initially inhabited by the Nipmuck tribe, Sutton was incorporated in 1704 as a large territory which later broke apart producing the towns of Grafton and Millbury.
Through the 18th and 19th centuries, Sutton prospered from both its farms, as well as the three large mills that were established along the Blackstone River.
Today, Sutton is one of the towns comprising the Blackstone River Valley National Historical Corridor. Because some of the historic sites of the corridor are located in Sutton, the area shops and many small businesses are associated with the sites. Agricultural businesses also remain a vital part of Sutton's economy.
According to the 2000 census, the population of Sutton was 8,250 with a projected population of 9,151. The 2000 census noted that 6.8% of the 2000 Sutton population was aged 65 or older. 6.2% of all individual Sutton households have a Sutton senior 65 years and older living alone. As this ever increasing Sutton senior population grows, so does the demand for senior home care services provided by a reputable senior home care agency like Home Instead Senior Care.
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Sutton's Council on Aging is located within the Sutton Senior Center at 19 Hough Road in Sutton. The Sutton Senior Center's hours are Monday through Friday from 8AM-3PM. The Sutton Council on Aging is available to answer questions regarding senior home care services available for the Sutton seniors and to offer elderly assistance.
Massachusetts offers assistance to Sutton seniors through Tri-Valley Elder Services. Tri-Valley can help to locate senior home care assistance and home elder care for Sutton seniors.