Adult Day Services
A Safe & Fun Place to Spend the Day
Your loved one has two primary needs, a safe environment and a community of family and friends to share it with. We offer both at our adult day center, providing a safe and fun place to spend the day for adults with memory disorders, developmental disabilities, and brain injuries.
“It’s been like night and day since she started coming!”
– Family Caregiver
Health & Nutrition
Each day includes morning and afternoon snacks and a nutritious hot lunch. Our dedicated, caring staff do gentle exercises with the group and monitor everyone’s blood pressure and weight. We will create a personalized care plan with you so your loved one has everything they need to thrive.
You can learn more about what we do for health promotion and disease prevention at the link.
Your loved one will enjoy participating in guided group activities such as bingo and music trivia and watching volunteer entertainment groups come to perform. We provide one-on-one attention to everybody, so nobody feels left out. Everyone who comes through our doors is treated like family.
It can be challenging to coordinate travel with a busy schedule. That’s why we offer transportation to and from our adult day center.
You can learn more about our transportation services, eligibility requirements, and rates at the link.
Example activities include:
- Music trivia
- Conversations on current events
- Mobility exercises
- Art projects
Did you know?
In addition to adult day services, we offer other opportunities for family caregiver support through our chore services and respite services. You can learn more at the links.
What is the price?
Our fees are based on a sliding scale determined by the individual’s ability to pay. Transportation is an additional fee and/or donation. The cost may be covered by the Medicaid Waiver (CHOICE) Program. No eligible individual will be denied services due to their inability to pay.
Who is eligible?
Referrals can be made by families, physicians, individuals, community agencies, and more. An assessment to determine the appropriateness of the program for the individual will be completed by qualified adult day services staff with assistance from the family and caregiver.
- Older adults (60+) who require assistance and supervision due to mild or moderate physical, emotional, or mental impairments.
- Adults of any age with Alzheimer’s disease or a related disorder (ADRD)
- Developmentally disabled adults of any age
- Adults who have suffered a brain injury of any age
- Adults who are currently receiving hospice services of any age.
We are the Mat-Su Valley’s first and longest operating adult day services.