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(603) 335-1770 215 Rochester Hill Rd, Rochester, NH 03867

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The Homemakers’ Day Out, an adult medical/social day out program, is the oldest and most diverse program of its kind in Strafford County. Here, older and disabled participants receive the skilled care, stimulating activity and interaction with peers that they need to make each day as fulfilling as possible.

The services in this program include: transportation, exercise, education, meals, recreation, cultural activities and field trips, socialization and health screening and oversight.

The Day Out is designed to serve those adults in our community who for a variety of reasons, need a safe, structured place to go during the day.

Perhaps one of the greatest benefits of the program is that the families of Day Out participants are confident that their loved ones are being cared for by compassionate professionals in a safe, protective environment.

At The Homemakers Health Services, we believe it’s important to help adults in our community keep their minds and bodies strong as they age. With that in mind, we have developed a number of health and wellness programs available to the community, including the following:

Friend to Friend - a program that gives seniors and disabled adults in our community an opportunity to enrich their lives through socialization with a new friend.

Alzheimer’s Support and Educational - programs to assist caregivers with the challenging task of caring for an aging loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia. Caregivers often feel isolated and don’t know where to turn for support or answers to their questions. The Homemakers hosts a monthly Alzheimer’s Support Group and an Alzheimer’s Educational Seminar to help caregivers.

Working Caregiver Solutions - a program which gives employers the tools to provide information about help and services for working caregivers.

Advance Directives Seminars - a quarterly informational program about the importance of Living Wills and Durable Powers of Attorney for Health Care.

Flu and Blood Pressure Clinics - annually The Homemakers Health Services offers flu and blood pressure clinics as part of its community wellness programs.

Realizing that healing comes only with the combination of medical science and compassion, our visiting nurses at The Homemakers treat every client according to their needs.