We care for the ones you love. Adult Day Health is uniquely designed to provide medical and social services to individuals who have birth disorders or have acquired (through trauma) developmental, intellectual, cognitive, and/or physical disabilities. We offer supervision to these medically fragile individuals, so their primary caregivers can continue to balance their employment and other family needs.
Who do we serve?
Adults 18 years and older with disabilities and/or significant health issues. Prospective participants must be medically stable and not confined to bed. They must demonstrate behavior that is acceptable in a group setting (no harm to self or others).
Prior to Admission an extensive psychosocial and medical health assessment is conducted on a prospective participant. He/she is encouraged to take advantage of a free half-day visit (approximately 4 hours), to determine the appropriateness of the setting for the participant and ADH population.
Available services and supports:
- Supervision from trained staff
- Personalized nursing care
- Onsite case manager
- Balanced meals & snacks administered by Federal Food Program
- Abundance of activities
- Socialization with similar & different peers
- Frequent community outings
Available daily or weekly activities:
- Sporting Games
- Arts & Crafts
- Outside Visits
- Free Choice/Time
- Pet Therapy
- Computer Training
- Holiday Parties
- Reality Orientation
- Motion & Movement
- Nutrition & Money Groups
- Reading & Writing Groups
- Social Skills Groups
- Word Games & Trivia
- Music Appreciation
Acceptable funding sources:
- Acquired Brain Injury Waiver (ABI)
- Home and Community Based Waiver (HCB)
- Michelle P. Waiver (MP)
- Supports for Community Living Waiver (SCL)
- Kentucky Medicaid
- Long-Term Care Policy
- Private Pay
For more information please contact:
Elizabeth Faulkner, RN, CRRN
Adult Day Health Program Director
at (859) 367-7178 or firstname.lastname@example.org
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.