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Senior Services

Extending Easter Seals' expertise, Easter Seals adult day services meet daytime needs of adults with disabilities and older adults while promoting their dignity and independence. Easter Seals partners with families to ensure a continuation of their high-standards of care. 

Over the next decade, over 71 million Americans will be 65 years of age and older. With the increasing numbers of older persons and persons with lifelong disabilities living longer, we will see a broader demand for home and community-based services. These services will help manage activities of daily living that may be limited as a result of acute or chronic conditions, and will keep people integrated in their communities.

Easter Seals programs such as adult day services, in-home support and services, community mobility options, wellness programs and support for family caregivers help people live as independently as possible for as long as possible.

Easter Seals programs such as adult day services, in-home support and services, community mobility options, wellness programs and support for family caregivers help people live as independently as possible for as long as possible. The Easter Seals family of services is ever expanding to meet the needs and help promote wellness, independence and connectivity among the growing number of older Americans.

Facility-Based Programs

Learn more about our Memory Care program for individuals with dementia or early stage Alzheimer’s.

These programs offer educational, pre-vocational, social, community and volunteer activities with close supervision, and personal care services as needed. Computers with specializes adaptations are available for participant use and instruction at each location. Community outings are a standard part of each program. Easter Seals facilities offer a warm and inviting atmosphere with comfortable surroundings.

Services for Seniors with Physical Disabilities

Adult Day Health Services addresses the medical and social needs of individuals who experience the effects of aging and/or the impact of a physical disability. Easter Seals provides choices when a loved one needs assistance with daily living, and does not prefer full-time nursing home care. Easter Seals Adult Day Health Services partners with families to ensure a continuation of their high-standards of care and benefits both participants and their caregivers. \

Services for Seniors with Intellectual Disabilities

Easter Seals offers day programs for older adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including autism. Services are provided in New Castle, Kent and Sussex Counties in Delaware. Delaware's Division of Developmental Disabilities Services sponsors virtually all day program participants. A few individuals receive services through private fee arrangements. Easter Seals facilities offer a warm and inviting atmosphere with comfortable surroundings.

Community-Based Programs

In-Home Services 

The primary goal of Easter Seals’ In-Home Services is to assist you and/or your loved one as they strive to stay in the community and living arrangement of their choice. The services provided represent a partnership to create a safe, secure environment providing them with the supports needed to experience a variety of opportunities to foster independence.

Personal Attendant Services 

For adults with physical disabilities, the Personal Attendant Services program (PAS) allows people with disabilities to maintain independent lifestyles, to live in the community and make choices concerning their personal assistant needs. Individuals who take part in the Personal Attendant Services Program choose and hire their own Personal Attendant and work with them based on their individual needs. 

Respite

Are you handling your aging mother's bills? Do you take your grandfather to the grocery store once a week? Do you take time off work to drive your aunt to her doctor appointments? If so, you are a caregiver...and there are many services and supports available to you and the person for whom you are caring. 

Community Outreach Program

Our Community Outreach Program offers disability-related education and resources to connect consumers, caregivers and professionals to the information they need. Our Resource and Technology Demonstration Center provides opportunities for "hands on" trial of assistive technology equipment. 

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