The MENTOR Network is pleased to announce that it has expanded its Adult Day Health (ADH) services with the addition of two centers in Massachusetts. Aging Well Adult Day Health Center, located in Marlborough, and Living Well Adult Day Health Center, located in West Boylston, provide person-centered day services to elders with complex medical needs, including nursing care, recreational activities and nutritional supports.
“The Aging Well and Living Well centers are great additions to our existing ADH programs in Massachusetts,” said Bruce Nardella, president and CEO of The MENTOR Network. “Both centers have a strong reputation for quality service, and we are thrilled to welcome their management and caregivers, as well as the individuals they support.”
In welcoming these two centers, The Network expands its reach in central Massachusetts from one to three centers, following the 2016 addition of Renaissance Adult Day Health Center in Worcester. The Network now operates 30 centers in Massachusetts, Maryland and New Jersey, serving more than 4,000 elders.
“Our Adult Day Health services have improved quality of life for many elders, providing individualized supports that increase independence. With the addition of these two new centers, we look forward to helping more elders across Massachusetts live fuller, healthier lives in their communities,” said Michael Hofmeister, Senior Vice President of Operations, Adult Day Health, for The MENTOR Network.
The Network’s Adult Day Health services help elders remain in their homes instead of requiring higher levels of care such as nursing homes. Supports are tailored to each individual’s needs and include healthy meals, rehabilitation, transportation and social activities to help them stay active and make friends. These innovative programs support adults from many cultures, including Cape Verdean, Haitian, Russian, Spanish-speaking, Korean and Chinese.