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Do You Still Need Health Insurance??

The 2014 Open Enrollment period for health insurance has ended. The 2015 Open Enrollment period begins November 15, 2014. You may still apply for coverage if you have certain life events that involve a change in your family or loss of other health coverage. You may also apply for Medicaid at any time. Contact Leanna Watson, Lead Kynector at 859-907-9791 for more information.

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Senior Companion Program

In 2013, over 79,000 hours of in-home service were provided to seniors in need. The goals of the Senior Companion Program, which is administered by Blue Grass Community Action Partnership, include keeping seniors living independently in their own homes and providing relief to overburdened family members facing the demands of care giving. For more information on volunteering or receiving services, contact the Senior Companion Program at 1-800-456-6517 or your local senior citizens center.

 

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BGCAP - Adult Day Health Program

Adult Day Health is a program designed to meet the social and medical needs in our community. There services are provided under health leadership in an ambulatory care setting for adults who do not require 24 hour care and yet, due to physical, mental or social impairments, are not capable of full time independent living. All staff members are certified in CPR and First Aid and a nurse is on staff at all times.

The Agency offers the Adult Day program in five counties:

Anderson
Garrard
Jessamine
Mercer
Woodford

What is the Adult Day Program?

A non-profit program under the Blue Grass Community Action Partnership and a United Way agency designed to provide part-time relief for caregivers.

Who does the Adult Day Program serve?

Adults 21+ that require supportive supervision, including the specially designed Social Program for seniors age 60+ and adults with Alzheimer's and related conditions.

How much does the service cost?

The Adult Day Program is a Medicaid provider. Social Model client fees are determined by a sliding fee scale. Care is available to people of all income levels.

Typically, Adult Day Program patrons face one or more challenges like:

Alzheimer's
Dementia
Forgetfulness
Parkinson's
Unsteady balance
Mental retardation

The Adult Day program includes meals, social and recreational activities. The activities include:

Exercises
Crafts
Mental stimulation
Music

Services Provided include:

Transportation to and from the center
Nutritious Hot Meals
Health Care Monitoring
Physical Exercise
Counseling
Socialization
Recreation
Education
Activities/Crafts
Supervision

Adult Day Services may not be appropriate for all levels of care.