An adult daycare center is a non-residential facility specializing in providing activities for elderly or disabled individuals. Some specialize in the care of people with Alzheimer’s and related dementias. Participation in adult day care often delays admission to assisted living and nursing homes, as participants are able to remain at home with family members longer due to the added support. For participants who would otherwise stay at home alone, the social stimulation and recreational activities often improve, maintain, or delay decline of physical and cognitive function. For caregivers, adult day care centers provide respite care, enabling caregivers to work or to have a break from their care giving responsibilities.
Most centers operate 10 – 12 hours per day, Monday through Friday, often providing meals, social activities, recreational outings, and general supervision. Typical locations maintain a nurse on-site. Transportation, personal care, and counseling for caregivers may be available. Some centers do not have their own location and will use space in religious centers, senior centers, councils on aging, or schools to host their program.
We specialize in assisting seniors and their families find the perfect senior care options. We have toured various Adult Day Care centers, enabling our clients and their families to make the best possible decision for the ideal senior living outcome. Even better, our advisory services are free for seniors and their families! We are funded by the senior housing industry in most locations.
- Meal services
- Social activities
- Light medical assistance
- Medication Administration
- Transportation services