Health, social, and respite programs for adults with dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and debilitating chronic illnesses

Your loved one will enjoy activities that enhance memory and self-worth while feeling comfortable and secure in our home-like setting.


Many caregivers risk burnout—physical, emotional and mental exhaustion. Our program reduces that risk by providing caregivers the chance to attend to other family needs, work or enjoy much needed (guilt-free) leisure time.


Adult day care is an affordable alternative to the rising costs of long-term and in-home care. Options include private pay, Medicaid, veteran’s benefits, sliding fee scale and other health plans.

With over 45 years combined experience, our trained and caring staff strive to work with each participant to his or her highest possible level of independence. Our specially designed activities promote a sense of accomplishment while maintaining current levels of cognitive and physical functioning.

Services that improve well-being and quality of life include nutritious snacks and meals provided through the center’s on-site kitchen, health monitoring, personal care and transportation. Staff and participants follow all CDC guideline for good health and safety practices.

Activities that promote a sense of accomplishment include reminiscing, games, sensory stimulation, arts and crafts, music, and therapeutic exercises.

Participants with diverse needs, abilities and impairments are as unique as the people themselves. Our adult day care center is an ideal option for those experiencing social isolation, physical or mental impairments, limited ability to function independently, Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and Parkinson’s disease.

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To find out if your loved one qualifies for adult day care services, please call us at 1-804-695-9008. We will be happy to conduct a simple phone assessment.


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