Where we look
Our goal is to maintain and keep the frail elderly and those over eighteen years of age, who might be subject to institutionalization, in their own community and preferably in their homes. This is accomplished only as long as it medically, socially, and economically feasible through the provision of Adult Day Care services.
We accomplish this goal by four distinct objectives
- To rehabilitate participants to the maximum extent possible through various social and recreational programs.
- To maintain the participant's health status and independence, through coordinating medical, social, nutritional, and family support services
- To ameliorate decline in the participant's health and sense of well-being by providing these services, along with continued health education, in a supportive and stimulating environment
- To increase public awareness of the physical and cognitive realities of aging, disability, and the community based options available through Adult Day Care