With over 49 years of experience, Fort Hudson Health System is a leader of senior health services for individuals throughout the region. Our unique multi-level approach to community and campus services gives participants a CHOICE when their health needs change.
Service: Day Services
How do I pay for Medical or Social Program?
The Medical Program is primarily paid through NYS Medicaid reimbursement (for participants who qualify for this funding) including Managed Medicaid Plans and Medicaid Waiver Programs. Private payment is also accepted. The Social Program is covered through private payment, or a variety of funding sources through the local Office of Aging and/or Social Services Office; as…
How are the programs staffed?
The Medical Program consists of a Program Director (Registered Nurse), Licensed Practical Nurses and Certified Nursing Assistants – all meeting NYS Dept. of Health standards. Participants also have direct access to a full complement of clinical staff; including Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists, Registered Dietician, and a Certified Social Worker. The Social Program consists of…
Do you provide transportation?
Yes, utilizing Fort Hudson vehicles and lift-vans to accommodate wheelchairs and/or walkers if needed. We transport to points throughout Washington, Warren, and Saratoga Counties. Transportation is included in our Medical Program rate; and is offered at ala-carte pricing for Social Program participants. Participants of either program may also arrange for their own private or public transportation,…
What are the Hours of Operation for the Day Services?
Monday – Friday / 8 a.m. to 4 P.M. Our programs offer early and late pick-up, as well as full and part-time options, to provide maximum flexibility for the participants and their families.
Who attends Fort Hudson Day Programs?
Participants of our programs reside in the community, are 18 years or older, and may have a social, cognitive or physical need that requires support, supervision, companionship or medical intervention. Our programs serve the participant, as well as the community caregiver. It allows a caregiver to pursue work, school, vacation or errands during the workday.
What is the difference between the SOCIAL & MEDICAL Adult DAY Program?
The SOCIAL Program allows for supervision, case management, medication reminders, meals, activities, personal care, peer companionship, outings, and transportation. The MEDICAL Program provides additional support of professional and paraprofessional involvement including skilled nursing, medication management, wound care, ongoing clinical assessment, and optional physical, occupational, or speech therapy.