Place Adult Day Health Center, Inc., located in Haverhill, Massachusetts,
provides ongoing medical, rehabilitative and post-hospital care
services in a caring, supportive environment.
Care When --
When You Can't Be There
The focus of the program is to help each
client realize their optimal level of functioning, good health,
independence and well-being. This is accomplished by a well-coordinated
interdisciplinary team of professionals who assess each client
and develop an individualized plan of care for them. A network
of program components is organized by the Program Director to
provide a continuum of care for each client consistent with their
Buttonwoods Place Adult Day Health Center,
Inc. serves the greater Haverhill, Merrimack Valley and the North
Shore areas of Massachusetts as well as the bordering New Hampshire
- Social Services
If you are looking for an alternative to
nursing home placement, or if you desire to remain independent
at home and within the community, then our organized program
of health care, nursing, recreational, social and nutritional
services, and supervision is the right choice for you or your
ADULT DAY HEALTH CENTER, INC.
IS MEDICAID APPROVED.
The Center is open daily Monday
from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and is
located at 73-75 High Street in Haverhill, Massachusetts.
Participants' attendance schedule
can be individualized according to need.
Please call us at:
(978) 373-1584 or (978) 521-1810 or
to learn more about how
you may benefit from
Buttonwoods Place Adult Day Health Center, Inc.
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.