SOCIAL DAY PROGRAM
Monday through Friday, from 8am - 4pm.
(Adaptable hours upon request)
A Social Day Program is a program of care during
the day, in a supervised, structured setting away
from the adult's home.
Social Day Program is designed to meet the needs
of adults with functional impairments through a
plan of care in a protective setting.
The program provides socialization as well as
activities to maintain and increase
mental and physical abilities.
Specializing in memory loss and related illnesses,
we accept Alzheimer's clients that do not require
advanced skilled nursing needs.
|HAND IN HAND CARE
"Making A Difference"
|HOME HEALTH CARE / NURSING
Home Health Care is the provision of personal
care services, such as help with bathing,
dressing,assistance with ambulation, meal prep,
shopping, light housekeeping and
These services are provided by certified Home
Health Aides and Personal Care Aides, under the
supervision of a Registered Nurse.
Our services are provided in the home, in
hospitals, and in other institutions. We meet the
needs of the handicapped, disabled and
convalescent adult clients. Services are available
from two hours to twenty-four hours a day, seven
days per week. We abide by all New York State
Rules and Regulations.
An admission assessment includes an evaluation
of the potential client and the home environment
by a Registered Nurse to identify home care
The provision of care in the home will be for the
purpose of restoring or maintaining maximum
levels of comfort, function and health for each
Case Management is the oversight and
coordination of care for seniors who live
independently or with family.
The Case Manager can schedule and coordinate
services such as medical and
diagnostic appointments and arrange
The Case Manager evaluates
the needs during the initial visit and makes
referrals to various health care providers and
community organizations,i.e. Orange County
Office for the Aging, Jewish Family services and
|RESPITE / COMPANIONSHIP
Call: (845) 342-4787
Respite / Housekeeping in home services include
companionship, shopping, cooking, light
housekeeping and laundry.
These services may be of benefit for the primary
caregiver who wishes some relief from the many
responsibilities of caring for an ill or aging loved
Seniors who are unable to do these things for
themselves may also benefit from this service.