Welcome to Rainbow Adult Day Health Care Centers!

We provide professional healthcare to adults who require supervision during the day. Rainbow has 8 centers located in Baltimore, Howard and Montgomery counties. Please contact us today to schedule a tour or for more information!

OUR MISSION:

To enhance the quality and dignity of life for adults with disabilities or illness through a supportive and rehabilitative day program, which maximizes independence and therefore enables the individual to remain in his or her home environment.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Rainbow Adult Day Health Care Centers operate during the standard working hours, Monday through Friday. Clients begin arriving around 8 am and leave to return home by 3 pm with extended hours by appointment to 5 pm. Some centers are open on Saturday and Sunday to provide respite for families and caregivers.

At Rainbow Adult Day Health Care Centers, our clients enjoy breakfast, nutritious lunch and an afternoon snack each day. Our programs provide special meals for diabetics, vegetarians, and people who need to control salt or cholesterol in their diets.

At Rainbow Adult Day Health Care Centers, clients may pay privately, or may utilize state funded programs and grants. Insurance plans may vary and special attention should be given to Long Term Care Insurance regarding adult day care coverage. Medicaid Waiver, Medicaid, and other funded programs cover adult day care services for those who meet the requirements.

IMAGINATION GROWS BY EXERCISE, AND IS MORE POWERFUL IN THE MATURE THAN IN THE YOUNG.

The services offered by Rainbow help individuals to improve and maintain a more meaningful and enriched life by providing nutritious meals, recreation, social activities, and field trips. We provide the highest quality of care and assistance with activities of daily living such as: eating, walking, medication management, and assistance with grooming. Rainbow Adult Day Health Care Centers provide a staff of health care professionals, including registered nurses and therapists, to help those members with more complex physical or psychological problems and need special care.

WHO BENEFITS:

  • People whose activities are limited by injury, disease or frailties of age.
  • Those with memory problems, confusion or other dementia (Alzheimer's or Parkinson's included)
  • Individuals with incontinence.
  • People who need assistance with activities of daily living such as eating, bathing, medication management and many more.
  • Individuals with developmental disabilities or mental retardation.
  • People recovering from strokes, heart attacks, or accidents, or those dealing with depression.
  • Anyone who may be home bound, needs medical supervision and social stimulation in a group setting.
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