Individuals who are in need of the following are eligible:
- Assistance and supervision due to physical, emotional or cognitive impairments, such as those who require:
- Assistance with activities of daily living
- Health monitoring and supervision on a regular basis
- Assistance overcoming difficulties associated with functional limitation or disabilities
- Support making transitions between living situations
- Support while receiving other therapeutic interventions, and/or
- Without program intervention, are at risk of physical deterioration or institutionalization.
- Persons 60 years of age or older; or
- Persons of any age who have Alzheimer’s Disease or a Related Disorder; or
- Other persons determined appropriate for the provision of services based on other criteria set by Day Break
Who is not eligible for services?
- Medical conditions that are beyond the professional expertise of the staff
- Bedfast or too weak to attend on a regular basis
- Continually requiring a two person or more assist with transfers
- Actively infected with a communicable disease
- Emotional or behavioral disorders that include a pattern of disruptive behaviors that pose a danger to others
- Abusive use of alcohol and/or drugs
- Too independent to benefit from adult day activities
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