PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) organization offering a complete personal health plan for eligible individuals. Supports living in the client's own home and community for as long as possible.
Participants receive all the care and services covered by Medicare and Medicaid, as authorized by the Interdisciplinary Team,...
Adult day service programs offering daytime respite services that enable primary caregivers to work, run errands or have a break from caregiving duties. Participants can socialize and receive health services in a stimulating and supportive environment.
Focuses on how to support community connections. Support will be provided in the areas of: identifying individual gifts and talents, becoming familiar with your community, looking for connections, making introductions and developing natural support relationships.
Vocational services, supported employment, community participation, habilitation training, or retirement activities for seniors.
Examples include community-based vocational training, employment opportunities, volunteer opportunities and other learning activities such as gardening classes, horse back riding, bowling, cooking classes, and ...
Individuals attending CHOICE chose from a variety of activities throughout the day. Through the many activities planned, individuals find out more about their community and take advantage of the resources in the area. Crafts, care of the center's flowers and plants, computer skills, preparing food, and community visits are popular activities.
Provides activities, care, support, and involvement/socialization with others during the day to individuals who have physical or mental disabilities. Also, provides care to those individuals who have memory loss and need support and assistance during the day.
Provides a daily structure centered around three areas of focus: Physical, Mental, and Social/Recreational.