Adult Day Health Care
The SAIL Case Management program helps individuals live independently in their homes by coordinating needed assistance with daily living activities. The program provides case management services to individuals age 60 and older, disabled adults, and to families and caregivers. Emphasis is on serving those in greatest social and economic need who will benefit from the services.
SAIL Case managers conduct in-home evaluations to determine an individual’s area of need and make referrals to an agency or program that may provide additional support and assistance to the individuals.
Case managers coordinate in-home services that are provided by other agencies. One of these services is Adult Day Health Care.
Adult Day Health Care centers are funded by the Area Agency on Aging, Region One. The Centers Can provide planned care, supervision, recreation, socialization, personal care, respite for caregivers, personal-living skills training, congregate meals, and health monitoring.
The SAIL case manager determines the frequency of the individual’s attendance at the Adult Day Health Care centers based on the need of the individual and family.
Priority for services is given to the individuals in greatest economic and social need.
This program does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, familial circumstance, sex, handicap or age. Programs and services offered are subject to availability of funding.