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Soto Home Care to Host Local, State Leaders at Open House Today

HOLYOKE — Soto Home Care, a local and minority-owned business, will host an open house at its headquarters at 225 High St. in downtown Holyoke today, Oct. 18, from 5 to 7 p.m.

Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse; state Sens. Jim Welch and Eric Lesser; and state Reps. Aaron Vega, Carlos Gonzalez, Bud Williams, Brian Ashe, and Angelo Puppolo Jr. are all confirmed to attend the event.

Soto Home Care also announced the approval of its accreditation status by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) for the services of skilled nursing and home health aides. Achieving accreditation is a process through which healthcare organizations demonstrate compliance with national standards. Accreditation by ACHC reflects an organization’s dedication and commitment to meeting standards that facilitate a higher level of performance and patient care.

Soto Home Care is owned and operated by husband and wife Anthony Soto and Lisa Wong Soto. Both are active in the community and serve on several community and nonprofit boards. The team has deep ties to the Greater Holyoke and Springfield communities and provides services in both English and Spanish, seven days a week.

“We started Soto Home Care to address the strong need for local and minority-owned healthcare services in my hometown,” said Soto.

Added Wong Soto, “the mission of Soto Home Care is to deliver quality services to our neighbors and community. Soto Home Care is dedicated to ensuring that our loved ones are cared for in the comfort of their home.”

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