An Intergenerational Approach to Adult Day Services

ADS Centers offer meals, socialization, and daily activities such as exercise, bingo, music, and art projects that are directed towards clients’ needs and cognitive abilities. In turn, you as a caregiver receive respite during the day to work, attend to household tasks, or rest knowing that your loved one is being cared for by qualified staff in a safe, secure, enriching environment. Many ADS Centers have a registered nurse on duty who can distribute medications

Neighborhood House Adult Day Services: An Engaging Community Experience

Neighborhood House Adult Day Services are open Monday – Friday, 7:30 AM- 5:30 PM, and centers are located near downtown Salt Lake and Cottonwood Heights. Neighborhood House enriches, empowers and educates children and adults through quality affordable day care and support services. A sliding fee scale based on families’ ability to pay and door-to-door transportation service offer convenience and affordability for family caregivers. Programming focuses on the specific needs of aging and/or disabled adults. Engaging

Adult Day Care or In-Home Care: Your Choice

Many of us were familiar with “day care” when our kids were pre-school age, and we needed the kids to be cared for while we were at work.  Well, what about having mom or dad living with us when they shouldn’t be left alone at home all day. Not only would it be boring, but it may be medically unadvisable.  We have choices of in-home care such as a Home Care and Personal Assistance agency

Adult Day Care or In-Home Care: Your Choice

Many of us were familiar with “day care” when our kids were pre-school age, and we needed the kids to be cared for while we were at work. Well, what about having mom or dad living with us when they shouldn’t be left alone at home all day. Not only would it be boring, but it may be medically unadvisable. We have choices of in-home care such as a Home Care and Personal Assistance agency

Ecumenical Adult Care of Naperville Thrives on Community Support

Ecumenical Adult Care of Naperville (EAC) has served more than 3,000 families over the last 34 years by providing affordable adult day services. This year, it is poised to undergo a positive transformation, fine-tuning its long-term strategic vision, objectives and mission to provide a safe, social and stimulating environment for adults of all ages in need of daytime care at a reasonable cost. Community support in the form of generous time, personal resources and donations

More Than Supervised Care

With two Adult Day Service centers and a 40+ year history of caring for the community, Neighborhood House is more than just supervised care for older and disabled adults, it’s a way to connect with a rich legacy and vibrant community. Programs for adults support the physical, cognitive and emotional health of clients. Services are available on a sliding fee scale, making them affordable to those who need them most. Neighborhood House is also the