We offer a professional care setting in which older adults, adults living with dementia, or adults living with disabilities receive individualized therapeutic, social, and health services for some part of the day. We are a coordinated program of professional and compassionate services for adults in a community-based group setting. Services are designed to provide social and some health services to adults who need supervised care in a safe place outside the home during the day.
Pondview Adult Day Health enhances the quality of life for adults with disabilities and illness through a supportive day program which enables the individual to remain in his or her home environment and, at the same time, provide respite for the caregiver.
Pondview Adult Day Health is home
to two adult programs:
- Adult Day Health Program is located on the first floor of the building and averages 45 elders who have a broad range of medical, emotional, mental health, and cognitive diagnoses.
- Day Away Program is located on the ground floor of the building and is a dementia specific program for approximately 30 adults suffering from moderate to severe memory loss.
Pondview Adult Day Health Center operates Monday through Saturday from 8am–4:00pm. Clients typically arrive between 8am–9am and leave between 3:00pm–3:30pm. Our open hours are from Monday–Saturday from 8am–4:00pm. We will be opening on Sundays by the New Year.
Our facility has a nursing staff, social work staff, activity staff and a director that offer a full range of services to help meet the physical, emotional and social needs of participants and caregivers. Our staff is qualified to help members who have more complex physical or psychological problems and need special care.
- People whose activities are limited by injury, disease or frailties of age.
- Those with memory problems, confusion, or other dementia (Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s included).
- Individuals with incontinence.
- People who need assistance with activities of daily living such as eating, bathing, medication management and more.
- People recovering from heart attacks, strokes, accidents or those dealing with depression.
- Anyone who may be home bound, needs medical supervision and social stimulation in a group setting.
- Individuals with developmental disabilities or mental retardation.
For more information or to arrange a tour, contact our Admissions Team at 781.598.4570.