Overview of the Group Adult Foster Care Program
The Group Adult Foster Care (GAFC) Program is a MassHealth program that provides essential care and support to individuals who are elderly and/or disabled living in the state of Massachusetts. Program participants receive assistance in completing their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). ADLs include bathing, personal hygiene, dressing/undressing, eating, mobility, and toiletry. Nursing oversight and assistance with homemaker tasks, such as laundry and light housecleaning is also provided.
Benefits of the Group Adult Foster Care Program
The GAFC Program provides the following benefits:
- On-Call Access
- Care Management
- Nursing Oversight
- Bathing / Grooming / Personal Hygiene
- Dressing / Undressing
- Light Housecleaning
- Meal Preparation / Clean Up
- Medication Management / Reminders
- Shopping for Essentials / Errands
- Transportation arrangement
Eligibility Requirements for MassHealth Group Adult Foster Care
The GAFC Program is for MA state residents who are 22+ years old. They must have a physical, medical, mental, or cognitive issue that prevents them from living independently due to a need for assistance with daily living activities.
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