GLOUCESTER – Adult Foster Care of the North Shore (AFCNS) is proud to have received an unconditional three-year certification from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). AFCNS earned the top qualification for the second time in a row. AFCNS has more than 350 clients with significant disabilities living in private homes in Essex County.
AFCNS Founder/Program Director Cynthia C. Bjorlie, M.D. is proud of the teamwork that went into achieving this accreditation. “AFCNS has demonstrated that it meets international standards for quality and is committed to pursuing excellence. Our staff has worked incredibly hard to maintain this accreditation, undergoing a series of reviews and ensuring that the programs and services we offer are of the highest quality for our clients and their families.”
As a MassHealth-funded program, AFCNS provides a wide range of solutions for its clients and their caregivers. These include family, health and social support programs and on-call support available 24/7. Eligible caregivers also receive MassHealth-funded payments through the program.
About Adult Foster Care of the North Shore
AFCNS was founded in 2001 to provide financial, emotional and clinical support solutions for families who need care for a disabled or chronically ill loved one. AFCNS is a single-focused agency that is dedicated to keeping clients happy, healthy and engaged in the community. For more information, please visit www.adultfostercarens.com.