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What is Adult Day Care?

Adult day care centers offer support and relieve caregiver’s, while ensuring that the care recipient will receive the proper care in a safe and friendly environment.

There are two types of adult day facilities. First there are adult day care centers which focus primarily on social interaction with older persons and adults.

The second type is called adult day health care (ADHC) and focuses on providing services to older persons and adults with chronic medical, cognitive, or mental health conditions and/or disabilities that are at risk of needing institutional care.

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Adult day care centers can be a great resource for the caregiver. When it works correctly adult day care can improve the care recipient’s overall behavior and provide the caregiver with much needed time off.

Adult day care centers provide supervision and a variety of services and activities, including assistance with eating, taking medicines, toileting, and/or walking, counseling, exercise programs, educational programs, mental stimulation, health monitoring such as blood pressure, food and liquid intake, and transportation. As well, there are social activities such as crafts, field trips, games, gardening, holiday parties, pet therapy and more.

Adult Day Health Care

Adult day health care programs provide support and stresses partnership with the participant, the family and/or caregiver, the primary care physician, and the community in working toward maintaining personal independence.

Services provided at the center include professional nursing services; physical, occupational and speech therapies, mental health services, therapeutic activities, social services, personal care, hot meals, nutritional counseling; and transportation to and from the participant's residence.

Cost of an Adult Day Care Center

The cost of an adult day care facility typically ranges from $40 to $60 per day, depending on where you live, and the services provided, and the care recipient generally is there from 8 to 12 hours. There are additional costs for services provided and you should ask for specific quotes.

Many seniors who use adult day care services pay out-of-pocket. There is also, (PACE) the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, a part of Medicare/Medicaid, provides financial support for qualified seniors in a limited number of states. The Veterans Administration provides support for veterans under their adult day health care program. Contact your local area agency on aging, as assistance varies from state to state.

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Steps to Connect With a Senior Care Facility

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Below are nine senior care options that cover care facilities, independent living, and in-home care. Under each option, there is a short description outlining the care or service of the care option. Select the option that you feel best suits the needs of your loved one. If you're not sure, don't worry. It can be changed as you go through the process. Now that you have selected your care option-click the link "Select this option."

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As you complete the form, please read it carefully. The information you provide the facility or care agency is key to a successful placement. Note, if you don't have your loved one's physician's report, just put their diagnosis as you believe it to be. Also, make sure their monthly care budget is what you have selected. In the comments box, enter any information you think would be helpful to the facility or care agency — Submit the form.

Facility will review your info

If you requested the facilities or care agencies to call you, expect up to four calls over the next twenty-four hours. They will answer any questions you may have about your loved one's care needs. From that point, if you are satisfied, you can set up a tour with one or all of them. Be prepared with a physician's report during the visit so that you can have an idea of the cost of care. If you choose to go forward after your visit, the facility will set up a time to assess your loved one.

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What is an adult day care center

The focus of adult daycare centers is mainly on the social interaction with adults and older persons. Adult day centers provide senior adults a daycare for seniors that has chronic medical conditions. Use our adult daycare center placement and referral agency service to find adult daycare centers near you.

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What is an assisted living facility

Assisted living facilities provide seniors more companionship and some assistance in day-to-day living. Assisted living facilities can come in all sizes, from six units to a hundred units. Our assisted living facility placement and referral agency service will help seniors find a private pay assisted living community.

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What is continuing care

CCRC's are owned by private companies and are staffed to provide a "continuum of care." Continuing care retirement communities are a combination of memory care facilities, skilled nursing, and assisted living facilities. There are three basic types of contracts for care in a CCRC.

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What is a hospice care facility

Hospice care is more than a place of care, hospice is a unique kind of care for people with advanced illnesses. Hospice care is a specialized care that accepts dying as the final stage of life. Use our hospice care facility placement and referral agency service to find hospice care facilities.

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What is independent living

Independent living is simply any housing arrangement designed for seniors, generally those aged 55 and over. These communities are for seniors who need no care. Use our independent living community placement and referral agency service to find independent living.

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In-Home Care Agency

What is in-home care

Home care and in-home care are sometimes referred to as home health care, home health and private duty. Our home care placement and referral agency service will help clients find in-home care, home care, home health care and private duty home care close to you.

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Memory Care Facility

What is a memory care facility

Memory care is a term that refers to specialized care provided by some facilities to help elder/seniors and other individuals affected by memory impairment. Use our memory care facility placement and referral agency service to find private pay memory care facilities.

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What is a residential care home

Residential Care Homes are also known as adult family homes, adult family care homes, care homes, residential care facilities and personal care homes. Our residential care home placement and referral agency service will help seniors find the appropriate senior care home.

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Skilled Nursing Facility

What is a skilled nursing facility

Skilled nursing facilities are normally the highest level of care for older adults outside of a hospital. Nursing homes provide custodial care, which includes getting in and out of bed. Use our skilled nursing facility placement and referral agency service to help you find the right facility.

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