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The Roger B. Trask Adult Day Health Center is available for those who need extra help maintaining an independent lifestyle. The Center provides a warm and friendly setting with a professional staff, including a registered nurses, licensed social worker, activities coordinator and health aides. We offer a structured and supervised daily program of stimulating activities tailored especially for elderly with individual interests and levels of functioning.
Our modern facility was constructed specifically to meet the special needs of the older adult and is equipped with the most up-to-date furnishings for their comfort.
Health care and medical monitoring is provided by our Registered Nurses, which includes the development of an Individualized Plan of Care as well as on-going communication with the physician and other involved health care professionals.
Our Activities Director and other program staff, acting under the guidance of the Program Coordinator, plan a varied calendar of activities each week, which include something for everyone.
Social Service staff can assist the family through the enrollment process and provide information and referral when necessary.
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR AN APPOINTMENT TO VISIT OUR CENTER, PLEASE CALL OUR PROGRAM COORDINATOR: SUSAN LEVENSON RN 978-531-2254 Ext. 134 firstname.lastname@example.org
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What Services are Provided
Skilled Nursing Care
Assistance with personal hygiene/showers
Assistance with toileting
Socialization - Counseling
Group and individual activities
Information and Referrals
Secure outdoor patio and therapeutic garden
Other Social Services, as needed
Who Provides the Care
Licensed Social Worker
Certified Nurse Assistants
Financial and Transportation Information
The cost of the program is covered by Medicaid, Private Payment or through Financial Assistance for those who qualify.
Transportation can be arranged by the Center.
Benefits for the Participant
A special place to come during the day to enjoy warm individualized attention in a safe, structured setting.
An opportunity to receive Individualized Nursing Care to assess and monitor medical conditions.
A chance to meet new friends and socialize outside the home.
A means of helping one's self to maintain or increase his or her present level of functioning.
A means of instilling a feeling of self-worth and independence.
Benefits for the Families or Caregivers
Freedom from concern during the day, especially for caregivers working outside the home.
A respite time for the caregivers who are at home so they may be free for a few hours to pursue their own activities.
A cost effective method of maintaining an individual at home while ensuring their safety and emotional well-being
Who Comes to the Adult Day Health Center
Those individuals who may be:
Home alone during the day, but should be under supervised care.
Limited in ability to function independently.
Socially impaired or isolated.
Participants are greeted by our staff when they arrive between 8:00-9:00AM
Continental Breakfast is served as friends settle in for the day.
Morning activities provide something for everyone from exercise, news of the day discussions, and crafts to dancing or listening to live Big Band music.
Hot well-balanced meals served at 11:30 AM daily.
Afternoon activities are geared to each individual's interest and level of functioning. Everything from bingo and bowling to sing-a-longs and beauty
Auto trips in our own van (wheelchair accessible) are also scheduled for special times.
Afternoon snack is served as participants take a break to relax and reminisce.
Participants prepare for home at approximately 2:30 pm.