101 King Street - Suite B    •    East Aurora, NY 14052    •    Phone: (716) 652-4269    •    Fax:(716)-652-5917

Admission Process

Admission Process

We welcome all inquiries about our services.

The applicant, family member and/or responsible person are invited to visit our Center and meet the staff. At this time, general information will be obtained about the needs of the applicant, their daily routine, activities they enjoy in addition to providing a more detailed explanation of our program.

A packet of forms and information will be provided and reviewed. Since AADS is monitored by Erie County Senior Services, our forms are in accordance with regulations issued for Social Day Programs.

Following this initial assessment of the applicant, and in accordance with the decision of the Administrator, a FREE VISIT day will be offered and scheduled. This provides an opportunity for the applicant to experience the safe environment and activities of the day. It also provides the staff an opportunity to determine the needs of the person.

Assistance will be provided to the family and applicant in the completion of the forms. The History & Physical and Medication Record must be received prior to admission since a physician’s recommendation to attend a social day program is required. All other forms are required at the time of admission.

Setting a weekly schedule is important for various reasons. Having a set routine not only provides some structure for the older person but also enables you, the caregiver, to plan your activities. In addition, the Center needs to determine the meals and staffing based on the number of clients attending. While we offer the option of either full days (five hours or more) or half days (less than five hours), we recommend that clients attend at least two days a week.

As a not-for-profit agency, our Board is dedicated to keeping our rates affordable.

Participation in our program encourages our clients to maintain his/her independence, and in some cases, delays or prevents facility placement. In addition, caring for your loved one includes caring for you, the caregiver. If you need to work, are tired and need a break or are experiencing health issues, we can share the caregiving with you.

By providing an enriching safe environment for your loved one as well as respite and support for you, the caregiver, our AADS program contributes to keeping the older person in the community while Helping Families Stay Together!

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