Who can use the Adult Day Center?
The Adult Day Center offers a health and activity program to persons 45 years of age and older. The goal of the program is to assist individuals who have physical or psychological needs, and cognitive or emotional challenges; and to provide them and their families with help by providing social interaction for the client, along with mental and physical stimulation.Some of the challenges of individuals who attend the program are Alzheimer's disease, Downs syndrome, isolation, Dementia, mental health challenges, and developmental disabilities, as well as health concerns including heart disease, diabetes, stroke, cancer and lung disease.
The Center helps individuals by:
Providing support for the individual, and support and respite for their families or caregivers.
Encouraging them to maintain their current abilities for as long as possible.
Providing a variety of games and activities as well as music to stimulate the memory.
Providing craft projects according to each individual's level.
Offering the individual an opportunity to meet and make new friends.
Health Services available:
Registered nurse on site, monthly monitoring of blood pressure and weight, health education, social worker visits for one-on-one counseling, family counseling, foot care, chair exercises, nutritious lunch. Assessments are done on admission as necessary.
A group of individuals at the Adult Day Center displays their artwork.
Funding is provided through:
ALTC (Aging and Long Term Care) for individuals over 60
Private pay donations
Please call us today and see for which funding source you may qualify: 509-527-3775
The Adult Day Center appreciates financial donations as well as gifts such as snacks and supplies. Call us at 509-527-3775 for immediate needs.