• It helps people with health issues and disabilities to maintain or improve their functional abilities.
  • It’s a place within the community for people to socialize and support one another.
  • It provides safe, reliable respite for families, caregivers and consumers.
  • People with health or mobility concerns
  • People with memory issues
  • People who are socially isolated
  • People who need assistance with personal care
  • People who are born with intellectual disablilities
  • The level of care required while at the center
  • Level of care is determined by an individual assessment.
  • The cost may be covered by your insurance or you may qualify for assistance under Elderly Waiver, Alternative Care Waiver, or Community Alternatives for Disabled Individuals.
  • Assistance with personal care as needed
  • Structured group exercises
  • Physical Therapy
  • Monitoring vitals
  • Health Education for participants and families
  • Recreational activities
  • Crafts
  • Memory and cognitive activities
  • Social interaction
  • Administration of medication as needed by trained staff
  • Lunch and snacks under the guidance of a register dietician
  • Outings
  • Once-a-month interaction with Circle of Friends (child daycare)
  • Holiday parties
  • Entertainment