Silver Linings Home Care to Hold Grand Opening at CapeSpace on November 19th

Western Massachusetts company expands to Cape Cod
Tania Spear of Silver Linings will headquarter her Cape Cod operation out of CapeSpace in Hyannis (Courtesy photo)

Hyannis, MA - Silver Linings Home Care, an Agawam-based company, will celebrate the expansion of its services to Cape Cod with a grand opening on Tuesday, November 19, 5-7 pm, at its new offices at CapeSpace in Hyannis.

“We are so excited to become a part of the Cape community and provide another option to seniors who may need the type of personal care, attention, and expertise our company prides itself on,” owner Tania Spear said. “A number of our clients summer on the Cape so we saw this as a natural fit to grow and expand to a location where our services can be of value to those who want to safely age in place.”

Founded in 2014 in Western Massachusetts, Silver Linings provides an array of home care services that includes housekeeping, meal preparation, companionship, errands, respite care, RN evaluations, and blood pressure checks. It also provides free nursing assessments and specializes in in-home hospice and dementia care.

Silver Linings recently added a second location at CapeSpace’s Hyannis branch at 100 Independence Drive.

CapeSpace President Robbin Orbison said the company is a perfect fit for her coworking facility. “One of the best parts of operating CapeSpace is watching our clients build their businesses and it’s so gratifying when we see them succeed,” Orbison said. “Tania is an example of a great entrepreneur who had a vision and is bringing it to reality. I’m delighted that CapeSpace can be a part of it.”

The public is invited to learn more about Silver Linings’ history and its offerings at the November 19 grand opening which will include free refreshments. People can RSVP at either 508-815-2310 or [email protected].

Silver Linings currently has a staff of roughly 25 full- and part-time employees which consists of Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA), home health aides, nurses, and companions.

A registered nurse with a master of science degree in nursing and health services management and a master of business administration in healthcare leadership from Elms College in Chicopee, Spear has over 25 years’ experience in the home care field. 

She launched Silver Linings because “I saw a need for quality private pay services,” she said. “I really enjoy connecting clients with caregivers to make their lives better. Sometimes people just need a little bit of help to stay at home with things they are familiar with and things they love.”

Spear is a member of the Boys and Girls Club of Chicopee Board of Directors, Past President of the Chicopee Rotary Club, on the Board of Directors of the West Springfield Council on Aging, and on the Board of Directors of the Professional Women’s Chamber of Western Massachusetts.

Tania and her husband Greg split their time between Agawam and Hyannis; they have four children and three grandchildren.

About CapeSpace

Opened in June 2016, CapeSpace is a coworking facility based in Hyannis that offers fully-furnished private offices, conference rooms, a business lounge, and virtual offices with an array of business amenities including high-speed fiber optic internet service from OpenCape; a gourmet beverage bar; copy/print/fax/scan equipment; administrative services; and more, all available on flexible terms. CapeSpace will soon be adding a second location in Mashpee Commons. To learn more about CapeSpace, visit www.CapeSpace.com.  

About Silver Linings Home Care

Silver Linings Home Care provides quality care with compassion to clients wherever they call home. To schedule an assessment by a Registered Nurse or to learn more about Silver Linings Home Care, visit www.silverliningshomecare.com or call 508-815-2310.  


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