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41-62 Bowne St (Unit A), Flushing, NY 11355
(718) 353-0188

Q & A

1. What is the nature of All Community Adult Day Centers?

ACADC upholds the spirit of caring for the old as if they were your family, to provide seniors and their families a better daytime care, as well as a place for social gathering, health exercise and exchange of information. Our purpose is to create a healthy, safe and friendly environment to the elderly for their living. In this environment, seniors can participate in diverse social activities, and continue to retain the original way of life. ACADC expects to effectively delay aging and degradation of the elderly, enable them to enjoy a good quality of life in the residential areas, and reassure their families, which is the service philosophy of the center.

ACADC cooperates with many reputable long-term healthcare insurance company in New York, and provides the opportunity of free morning and afternoon activity and education healthcare for All Ethnicities. The elderly can choose to enjoy the service and family healthcare service offered by the insurance company, on the premise of not affecting them seeing the doctors. ACADC provides you with the best service you deserve.

2. What is the difference between ACADC and other centers for the elderly?

Compared with the center for the elderly established by the city government in New York, ACADC members must meet certain caring conditions. The elderly passing nursing audit may participate in ACADC activities organized by the center for free, and we will provide nutritious breakfast, lunch or dinner, and a rich variety of educational and recreational activities.

3. What is the charge for ACADC daytime activities?

All daytime service items provided by ACADC for the elderly who have passed audit are free of charge. Below are 10 Activities that ACADC offers to all our members.

Our activities cover:

4. What are the basic conditions of application for the free daytime activity in ACADC?

Those over the age of 55, holding Medicaid, and in need of healthcare and care service are welcomed to register and participate.

5. What is the process from application to final admission to ACADC membership?

6. Do we need to change doctors?

The long-term health plan company in cooperation with ACADC does not restrict you to see a doctor, but if you only have Medicaid, you must communicate with the doctor, to see if the doctor accepts the pure Medicaid without insurance. If the doctor accepts, you can continue with the same doctor, whereas if the doctor refuses to accept, you may also choose another doctor who accepts Medicaid. As for dentistry, foot section and eyeglasses, you must choose the doctors in network.

7. While waiting for the final approval by the government, can we participate in free activities in ACADC?

The elderly who pass preliminary audit by the nurse, while waiting for final approval by the government, may participate in free activities and service in ACADC, but whether the elderly who pass preliminary audit are allowed to eventually participate in free activities or not, they must wait for final approval by the government.

8. Do ACADC activities have time limit? Do I have to stay in ACADC all the time?

ACADC hopes you will take full advantage of the benefits provided by the insurance company to participate in the activity for 5 hours, including breakfast and lunch, and accept to participate in the activity for the entire period. ACADC offers the elderly free dinner, which you may take back home in dinner box.