"We Care" Services to Help You Stay at Home

Serving the Northwest Corner of CT:
Canaan, Cornwall, Falls Village, Kent,
Lakeville, Norfolk, Salisbury, Sharon.

Chore Service

Chore workers help residents stay at home in the Northwest Corner of CT
Canaan, Cornwall, Falls Village, Kent, Lakeville, Norfolk, Salisbury and Sharon

Help When I Needed It

What a help Chore Service has been to me! Not only was at-home care there when I needed it, but you didn't demand payment or insurance -- the ONLY requirement for me to qualify was that I needed help!

Chore is a Blessing

My clients are also my closest friends. I have gotten as much if not more from them as I have given. I would not trade my years in Chore Service for anything. It has truly enriched my life.

Stay-at-Home Care Service Providers

If you’re the relative of a senior or a homebound person, you want your loved one to stay at home if possible. Chore Service provides the care you need to remain in your home. Serving the Northwest Corner of CT: Canaan, Cornwall, Falls Village, Kent, Lakeville, Norfolk, Salisbury, Sharon.

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Chore Service: Your Number One In Home Care Resource

Chore Service is the leading in-home care resource for stay-at-home services in the Northwest Corner. We work closely with you and your family to meet all your at-home care needs. If you need chores done or errands run, our professional staff is certified to help. If you need medical assistance, we refer you directly to those medical in-home care agencies that are best suited for your specific needs. We specialize in one thing: personally helping you get the assistance you need to stay in your home.


Chore Service – founded in 1992 by Ella Clark (the Sharon, CT social service agent at the time) – is a leading resource for at-home care services in the Northwest Corner of CT. Ella founded Chore Service because she was personally concerned for two families who needed affordable help to live safely and independently at home.

Ella discovered that federal funding was available for “chore” programs that help people stay at home, and that clients could contribute financially to pay for the work – a crucial aspect for our proud and independent clients. After receiving a $2,000 grant from Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, Chore Service was awarded an $11,487 Title III B grant in 1993. We served 22 families that first year, providing 1,369 hours of service. Click here to read more.