The Easterseals Adult Day Health Services program serves adults 18 years of age and older who want to experience life, relationships and fun activities in a community setting rather than spend the day at home or in a nursing facility.
Participants in the program can continue to live at home while spending the day in a caring, supportive and active social environment. The program also provides a break for caregivers, spouses, adult children and others who have the dual responsibilities of working and taking care of a loved one. Within the program, young-at-heart participants of all ages value their independence and control over the activities they choose to enjoy.
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Brain or spinal cord injury
• Orthopedic injuries
• Traumatic brain injuries
• Those who need some level of support in day-to-day activities due to aging/dementia
An individualized plan of care is developed that will provide for the participant’s physical, social and emotional needs in a safe and caring environment.
Easterseals encourages families and participants to exercise self-direction within the program. Participants decide the activities that they choose to do, including arts, crafts, current event discussions, exercise, group games, computer access, community experiences and more!
• Full time nursing services, such as care management, supplemental nutrition, continence care, medication administration and management.
• Nutritional meals and snacks that meet individual dietary requirements.
• Dignified assistance and support with activities of daily living, including personal care.
• A sense of community by promoting relationship-building
Transportation to and from the center is available through DART.
Memory Care Services are for adults in the early or mid-stages of Alzheimer’s or other dementia related conditions.
These services provide a safe, caring environment for participants, while allowing spouses and other family caregivers a daily respite from the challenges of providing care for another adult.
We accept various funding sources including Medicaid, Veteran’s Administration, and self-pay. Fee assistance may be available to qualifying applicants.