What is the Care Gap?
The lack of long-term care support services for people who don’t qualify for assisted living, is called The Care Gap and it is growing rapidly as the baby boomer generation ages.
People caught in the care gap need help with the tasks of daily living but may not qualify for residential care facilities.
Cambridge ADCs Bridge The Care Gap
By providing comprehensive adult day care services that include social, medical, nutritional and therapeutic benefits, Cambridge Adult Day Care attendees get the support they need to live independently.
In addition to our in-center services, our expert staff can help qualifying attendees access other resources such as the SNAP program’s free cell phone minutes, meals on wheels and other in home support.
It is our goal to make sure that each person in our care receives the level of support they need. We can also help to arrange additional after-hours care.
Support for Adult Day Care
Government and insurance organizations are beginning to advocate for services that provide an intermediate level of care to help people remain independent for as long as possible.
Adult day care is one of the most rapidly growing and highly effective ways to administer this long-term care.
Adults with no caregivers, who suffer from chronic illness, mobility issues, cognitive impairment or even severe mental illness, are the biggest consumers of the ADC services.
For additional information on this topic please see the resources section for scientific studies.