Our Adult Centers Provide Exceptional Care & Support
Our multidisciplinary staff brings compassion, years of training, and commitment to their jobs. Our staff members are certified in CPR, First Aid, and Alzheimer's Care. We have multi-lingual staff and clients throughout our centers fluent in:
Spanish |Portuguese | Haitian Creole | French | Italian | Amharic (Ethiopian)
Nursing & Personal Care:
Our adult day centers maintain registered nurses at all sites, and they maintain communication with primary care physicians and their assistants about client's personal needs. We also have podiatrists that come to our centers, and even supply yearly Influenza clinics to keep participants informed. Our RN's provide a variety of nursing services, including, but not limited to:
Diabetic Management | Blood Pressure Checks | Monitoring of Vital Signs | Medication Management | Rehabilitative Care
The community-based support provided at New Communities Services Inc./Windsor House Adult Day Health is essential to our clients' wellbeing. We ensure a full range of community services, including:
Working in Depth with Physicians | Coordinating Individual Counseling Services | Supply Health Education
Companionship and Fun:
Games, music, trivia, entertainment, crafts, and reminiscent and discussion groups keep participants alert, physically active and interacting with staff and fellow participants.
Social Services/Care Coordination:
Coordinated care is a priority when it comes to the welfare of individuals attending our adult programs. Windsor House staff members have a strong relationship with the following local institutions, which enables us to efficiently manage our client and family needs. These include:
Somerville Cambridge Elder Services |Mystic Valley Elder Services | Springwell | Veteran's Affairs | Central Boston Elder Services
Specialized Care and Services:
Physical or cognitive limitations are not obstacles to participation. Activities are adapted to each individual's capabilities. Windsor House has physical therapists and occupational therapists, who work with individuals at our centers. Our Centers provides a safe, friendly, and supportive environment for people with Alzheimer's disease or other memory loss. The staff is specially trained to attend to the safety and social needs of participants. We offer activities for the skill level of each participant. A supportive environment encourages participants and helps them feel comfortable. We also ensure that participants have individual support and supervision when needed.
For ease of service we arrange transportation to and from our programs.
Nutritious meals are served daily at Windsor House. We serve breakfast with a choice of entrees including cereal, toast, muffins, juice, coffee and tea; a hot noon meal including specific dietary needs; and a nutritious afternoon snack. Our daily meals are determined with assistance from our registered dietician, who oversees meal planning. RN’s are also help participants with nutritional education and anyone needing extra assistance with feeding. *
We recognize that family and other caregivers are crucial members to any treatment team. Our program provides a break for the day-to-day caregivers, and we offer family counseling and support group services to assist them.
* "In accordance with the Federal Law and US Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington DC 10140-941-or call (800) 795-3272 or 202-720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer."