Adult Day Health

Adult Day Care from Crouse Community Center

With sites in Cazenovia, Hamilton, and Sherburne, Adult Day Services helps people remain in their own homes by providing many of the services available to Crouse Community Center residents. A handicapped-accessible van transports individuals between their homes and Day Services. An onsite social worker assists the elderly and handicapped with housing needs, banking, personal paperwork, and recertification for Medicaid. A registered nurse monitors and coordinates the care plan of each adult day health participant.

"Our biggest goal here is to keep everyone as independent as possible"
- Jennifer Schultz, General Manager of Adult Day Services

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What's Included in Adult Day Health Services?

  • Monitoring of medications, blood pressure, blood sugar, and oxygen
  • Ordering prescriptions from the primary care doctor or pharmacy
  • Physical therapy
  • Nutritionally balanced meals
  • Personal care services such as showering and hair styling
  • Physical therapy-approved exercise program with video
  • Assistance in scheduling doctor appointments
  • Enriched activities, games, and movies
  • Shopping and lunch excursions in handicapped-accessible van

For more information about Adult Day Services, please call Jennifer Schultz at (315) 655-5464.

Who is Eligible for Adult Day Health Services?

Individuals with physical, mental, medical, or social conditions, which may include, but are not limited to:

  • Dementia
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Developmental disabilities

People living with any of the above conditions may benefit from adult day health services. Adult day health can be essential for maintaining independence to be able to live at home for longer. 

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How are Adult Day Health Services Paid for?

Adult day health services are covered by Medicaid and private insurance. Patients with Medicaid may be eligible to have the adult day health program paid in full. The facility social worker will help patients with limited income apply for Medicaid. Patients with long-term care insurance may be eligible to have all or part of the adult day health costs covered. Individuals can also pay privately as well.

We can help you figure out how to make adult day health affordable for you and your family.

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