CarePro Adult Day Health Center
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you offer extended hours?
Yes we do! The Center is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., before and after care is available upon request.
Who is eligible for enrollment?
Our participants include adults suffering from memory impairment, those recovering from injury or illness, those who desire socialization, those requiring assistance with activities of daily living, and individual with developmental disabilities.
How do we enroll?
Call or visit the Center to schedule a complimentary admission assessment with our registered nurse. You and/or your family member will be invited to stay and participate in the program for the afternoon to get a feel for what we have to offer.
How many days per week must we enroll for?
To meet your needs we offer a flexible attendance schedule, however, we do have a minimum of 2 days per week. All enrollment is based on a full day.
Do you provide transportation?
Yes, we provide transportation upon request to and from our Center in a handicapped-accessible van. We are in partnership with CarePro Home Health Services which can be contracted to provide help getting your loved one ready for pick up in the morning or provide care upon return to home.
What is the client to staff ratio?
We have one staff member for every 6 participants.
Is CarePro Adult Day Health Center a licensed center?
Yes, we are licensed by the Department of Public Health and MassHealth Office of Longterm Care. We are also active members of The Massachusetts Adult Day Service Association.
What is the fee for the adult day program
Private pay fees are determined by the complexity of care that is required by the participant. The fee will be determined at your initial assessment visit. We accept Mass Health and long term care insurance. We are also contracted with South Shore Elder Services, Old Colony Elder Services and the Veterans Administration.
Do you provide medical services?
We provide medical services that are ordered by the participant's physician. These services include blood pressure monitoring, blood glucose monitoring and insulin administration, oxygen levels, vital signs, Coumadin levels, nebulizer treatments, and many more.
Do you cater to dietary restrictions, if necessary?
We offer a light breakfast or morning snack, nutritious lunch, and afternoon snack. We provide special meals for any dietary restrictions. All meals are approved by a registered dietician.
Is your Center secure for participants who may wander?
Our Center is equipped with door alarms on every exit. In addition, our outdoor seating area is also secured. We have a state approved emergency plan in place to ensure further safety.
Which holidays does your Center observe?
The Center is not open on the following holidays:
New Year's Day (January 1st)
Memorial Day (Last Monday in May)
Independence Day (July 4th)
Labor Day (1st Monday in September)
Thanksgiving Day (4th Thursday in November)
Christmas Day (December 25th)
How are snow days handled?
When the Weymouth public schools are closed due to inclement weather, the Center is also closed. This information can be found on your local radio and news channels. You may also call the Center if you are unsure.
Do you allow volunteers at the center?
We love to have volunteers at the center! For the safety of our participants we do require a CORI check on any employee or volunteer entering our Center. This form can be obtained at the office.
How can I learn more?
We're happy to answer any questions you might have, please give us call at 781-340-7811 for further information or to schedule a tour.
If you or your loved one has recently returned home from a hospital stay, is completely or partially dependent on others to manage personal care, is physically or cognitively impaired, then give us a call today and learn more about the unique and special service we have to offer!