Adult Day Health Program:

 

Adult Day Health is a medically-based program that helps the participant remain independent while promoting good health and well being.  Adult Day Health helps participants to reach their highest level of independence and functioning.

Who may participate?

Individuals who are in need of skilled personal and health care services in order to maintain or promote independent living may be eligible for the program.  Participants are screened according to eligibility criteria and, upon acceptance, may join the program after receiving their physician’s approval.

Those insured by MassHealth receive complete coverage for daily attendance and round-trip transportation.  Other insurances may be accepted.  Private payment may also be arranged.

You’re invited to meet us.

We welcome the opportunity for you to visit and learn more about the Adult Day Health program.  Come see what this innovative and comprehensive service can offer you and your loved one.  To arrange a visit at one of our Adult Day Health sites, simply call us at 508-677-3822.  You can see photos and the addresses of our program sites HERE.

Transportation

All appropriate arrangements will be made to provide daily round-trip transportation for all participants who require it.  Vehicles are equipped with road safety and emergency equipment.  Special vehicles feature state-of-the-art chair lifts.  Our drivers receive on-going training and are able to respond to all road and medical emergencies.  All drivers are certified in CPR and First Aid. 

There are many high quality services provided by the Adult Day Health program:

• Health care monitoring education, medication management and supervision by a full time caring, professional nursing staff.
• A hot, nutritious lunch and two snacks
• Access to mental health counseling, if needed
• Speech, occupational and physical therapy, if needed
• Recreational and educational activities, including monthly outings.
• Personal care services
• Transportation coordination to and from the program site and medical appointments
• Daily exercise program
• Referral to additional health care and social service agencies.
• Many additional features developed specifically to address the needs of our participants

 

In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington DC 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 or 202-720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Keeping Families Strong

We are committed to providing a wide array of high quality programs and services designed to
strengthen and support individuals and families and to addressing the social service needs of our very diverse and changing communities.