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Meet your foot care needs with the following resources. Additional non-foot care resources included.


Cape Cod Home Visits by Appointment

Our evidence-based nursing practice focuses on education and prevention and the whole person.


Our work reduces pain and restores dignity and function.


Our nurses and the staff at FootCare by Nurses believe everyone deserves great evidence-based care.




Senior Center Foot Care Clinics

Please call your local Council on Aging for foot care options.

Upper Cape: Bourne,  Falmouth,  Sandwich,  Mashpee 

Mid-Cape: Barnstable,  Yarmouth,  Dennis 

Lower Cape: Harwich,  Brewster,  Chatham,  Orleans  

Outer Cape: Eastham,  Wellfleet,  Truro,  Provincetown  


Call ESCCI or speak with your Care Manager about routine foot care eligibility.

Helping Older Adults and People with Disabilities Maintain Well Being and Independence


Offering free-of-charge integrative wellness therapies and support for anyone in our community facing cancer

Cape Wellness Collaborative helps those facing cancer feel better.


Hyannis, MA

Personalized wound care services for a wide range of needs.

Cobbler's Bench

Orthopedic Shoes, Fittings, and Services in Centerville, MA

Custom Made Orthotics

Orthopedic Build-ups

Orthotic Refurbishing

Brands include OrthoFeet.

Hanlon Shoes

Professional Shoe Fitting in Hyannis, MA

Cape Cod's Only Running Specialty Store for over 30 Years.


Brands include Brooks, MizunoAsics, and Thorlos.


West Barnstable, MA

Diabetes Resource Center (DRC):

This center provides personalized nutrition counseling for anyone with a nutritionist. There are diabetes specific resources available in the center. 


Diabetes Prevention Program:

It is an evidence-based year-long program that helps overweight adults at risk for type 2 diabetes adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles by eating healthier, increasing physical activity, and losing a modest amount of weight. This program provides a supportive environment where participants work together to achieve their goals. 

LIVESTRONG at the YMCA Program

Livestrong at the YMCA is a small-group physical activity and well-being program for adult cancer survivors which meets at the YMCA twice a week for 12 weeks for 90 minutes each session. A welcoming community is created in which cancer survivors can improve their strength and physical fitness, diminish the severity of therapy side effects, develop supportive relationships, and improve the quality of their lives. 

Sabrina Kane, Attorney at Law

Elder Law Attorney in Yarmouth Port, MA

Concentrating on Elder Law, Estate Planning, and Special Needs Law.

My sister and protégé of Martha T. Ramsey, my mom.

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