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Adult Family Care (AFC)

This service allows you to live with up to two non-family members in the home of a trained caregiver. The caregiver helps with:

  • Errands
  • Giving of medications
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Meal preparation
  • Personal care
  • Recreational and social activities
  • Supervision (up to 24 hours if needed)
  • Transportation
  • Watching over your finances (at your request)

You cannot receive this service at the same time as personal care assistant services, chore services, home-delivered meals, home-based supportive care, caregiver/participant training or assisted living services. 

Social Adult Day Care (SADC)

This group program offers different health, social and related support services if you have a functional impairment. It is designed to meet non-medical needs. The program involves going to a supervised adult day care center on a regular basis for several hours and taking part in recreational and social activities.

Limits include:

  • You cannot use this service if you are in an assisted living facility
  • You cannot use this service at the same time as adult day health services