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Is Hope Senior Center licensed?

Yes, we are licensed by the State of Minnesota's Department of Human Services.


Who can participate?

Any adult who qualifies for Elderly or CADI Waiver through their participating county. 


What is ADL?

Activities for Daily Living (ADL) is a term used in healthcare to refer to daily self-care activities within an individual's place of residence, in outdoor environments, or both.  Health professionals routinely refer to the ability or inability to perform ADLs as a measurement of the functional status of a person, particularly in regards to people with disabilities and the elderly. Basic ADLs consist of self-care tasks, including: 

- Personal hygiene and grooming  

- Dressing  

- Meal preparation and feeding oneself   

- Functional transfers ( e.g. getting out of bed)

-  Ambulation (Walking without use of canes or crutches or using a wheelchair, should be able to safely maneuver stairs.)

How do I enroll a participant?

First, have your family member come and visit us, call us to schedule a visit at 651-340-3887. They can meet our staff and other clients and see if Hope Senior Center is a good fit for his or her needs. Second, based on your family member’s physical and emotional needs we will advise you on the best way to contact his or her insurance company’s care coordinator/case manager to complete a Long Term Care (LTC) Assessment and ask to participate at Hope Senior Center.


How is the program paid for?

Medicare and Medicaid waiver programs such as Elderly Waiver (EW) or CADI Waiver may pay for the adult day care services according to eligibility. Contact your insurance company’s care coordinator. Private pay is also accepted.


Do participants live at Hope Senior Center?

No. Our participants live in their own homes or with family members.


What type of facility would I expect? 

Large lunchroom

Spacious recreational room including, billards, chess/checkers, puzzles, coloring, reading

Lounge area - movies, massage chairs

Media room - Radio, TV


Do you provide meals?

Yes. We provide special/balanced diets that are medically appropriate and approved by a registered dietician.  We serve hot meals and healthy snacks - the food is prepared offsite and delivered daily by a licensed catering company.


Do you provide transportation to Hope Senior Center?

Yes.  We provide transportation to and from the center.

How many hours is the program?

The program allows up to six (6) hours per day.


Do you provide health management or medication administration during the day?

Yes.  Our qualified team of staff along with nurses will be on site to assist with medication and health monitoring; including measuring blood pressure and blood sugar - in addition to applying insulin, if needed.


What type of activities do you offer?

Games - Bingo, Dominos, Cards, Chess, Checkers, Billards

Field trips - MN Zoo, Historic sites, local parks and museums

Arts and crafts - Knitting, Crochet

Parties - Thanksgiving, Christmas, Birthdays

What is your staff to participant ratio?

Hope Senior Center has at least one staff member for every eight participants (1:8). 


May I visit the center?

Yes. We would be pleased if you joined Hope Senior Center for a day. If you are 65 years old or older please feel free to join us (at no cost to you) for a meal-we will provide transportation to and from your home.  Please call 651-340-3887 to schedule a visit. 



Adult Day Care 101

1730 Gervais Avenue

Maplewood, MN 55109 

Call Us: 651-340-3887

Fax: 651-756-7346

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