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Abigail Adams Adult Day Health Center
Call today to schedule a visit. Ask us about our offer of a free introductory day for your loved one to experience our Center.
We are open Monday thru Friday, from 8:00AM to 3:30PM.
Door-to-door transportation available.
- Self-pay (billed monthly)
- Veterans Administration
- All long-term health insurance plans
- Medicaid/Mass Health payment
assistance available for qualified
families * call us for details
We believe every day is a gift. Therefore, we work to make each day as enjoyable and memorable as possible.
Located in Weymouth, MA serving Boston's South Shore
A supportive senior day program for elders who want to remain in their own homes and for the families who support them.
The Abigail Adams Center has two goals: to give senior participants a safe, supportive, and cheerful environment in which to come together and engage in activities, and to give caregivers temporary relief from their 24/7 responsibilities.
- We're small - with a maximum of 18 members so everyone gets lots of individual attention every day.
- We are a family owned and run business and not part of a corporation or a franchise.
- Our staff members are well trained, certified, creative, and the most caring, loving people you can find!
- We have an unmatched member to staff ratio of 4 to 1. We have a Registered Nurse on site at all times, along with a Certified Nurse's Assistant, and the most creative, energetic Activities professionals.
meals are terrific because they are prepared on-site with fresh,
wholesome, tasty ingredients. We can satisfy the fussiest of eaters.
- We work with our families to become an integral part of their support team by being flexible and by helping in any way we can.
- Our Center is "Alzheimer's centric" and our program is designed to allow each person to maximize the use of his/her cognitive and physical abilities.
" ...Each cycle of the tide is valid - each cycle of the wave is valid - each cycle of a life is valid."
Adapted from Anne Morrow Lindbergh's 'Gift from the Sea'