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Abigail Adams Adult Day Health Center
We can provide transportation for members living in the following towns:
- Abington ● Holbrook ● Quincy
- Braintree ● Hull ● Randolph
- Cohasset ● Marshfield ● Rockland
- Hanover ● Milton ● Scituate
- Hingham ● Norwell ● Weymouth
About the Abigail Adams Center
Many people are not familiar with the concept of an Adult Day Health Center. We are a day program for elders who want to stay in their own homes or the home of a loved one, but need help during the day. Adult Day Health Centers like ours are the most cost effective way to provide assistance to the elderly. A day at The Abby is filled with activities, making new friends, having a great time while knowing medical help is on site.
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Committed to helping our members remain independent and delaying or eliminating the need for a nursing home.
When a loved one is diagnosed with a chronic condition or can no longer be left alone during the day, many families feel as if they have only three options for care: having someone in the family take on the role of full-time caregiver, spending money for expensive Home Health Aids, or placing their loved one in a nursing home. However, there is another option among these three difficult extremes: medical adult day care.
Our Center is a planned program of activities designed to promote well-being through social and health related services for the elderly dealing with Alzheimer’s, dementia, depression, or physical limitation’s, as well as for elders seeking socialization and a safe, enjoyable environment to spend their day. We are open from 8:00AM to 3:30PM, Monday through Friday, in a safe, supportive, cheerful environment. We limit the number of clients, which we refer to as our “members”, to no more than 18
The Abigail Adams Center has been providing support to the elderly of the South Shore for fourteen years. We fully understand the pressures and demands placed on caregivers. As such, our mission is to help that caregiver just as much as we help our members. We often meet couples where one partner has Alzheimer's or other complex medical problems, and their spouse is absolutey overwhelmed with their role as primary caregiver. Too many times caregivers wait until they just can't cope any longer before they seek help. In such cases, that caregiver must understand that the best thing they can do for their loved one and themselves is to reach out for help now, so they will be there to provide support in the times ahead.
Please let us show you how much help our Center can provide.