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Our Members typically provide in-home care for one or more elderly family members. In many cases, our loved-ones suffer from various mental or physical disabilities, such that they cannot be safely left alone during the day.
For many families, the cost of in-home nursing care is prohibitive. Hence a family member (usually the spouse or an adult child) is called upon to provide the necessary care and supervision. Daytime supervision can be exhausting. Avoiding burnout is a constant challenge!
Is this your situation?
If so, come join other in-home caregivers in our private Senior Day Services Community. Think of it as our very own online Clubhouse. It is FREE, and only takes a minute to join.
As a member you can socialize with other caregivers -- share your stories, ask questions, become inspired. It all happens in our Member's Clubhouse!
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Learn new caregiving skills
Your role as primary in-home caregiver can be very challenging. Attending to the needs of a beloved senior may leave you feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. Unfortunately this is an all-to-common experience.
Chances are some of our members have dealt with challenges similar to yours! Why not engage them in conversation? Members of our Senior Day Services community can use live chat, instant messaging, email or the phone to contact other members.
This is how you can leverage the power of the community to find more effective solutions to the problems you face daily.
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Join our community of loving caregivers. You'll find you are not alone. Many members share your situation. They too are caring for a senior who can no longer be left alone during the day.
Enjoy the company of new friends who are on a path similar to yours. Sometimes the most important thing is just to be heard by someone who knows what you are going through, and is willing to listen!Join for FREE - Engage - Share - Enjoy
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Senior Day Care?
This refers to the daytime care of an elderly person who cannot be left unsupervised during the day. Care is provided at an outpatient center where the senior may spend a few hours, or the whole day, with other seniors in a safe, controlled setting. A daytime meal, snacks and group activities are typically offered.
Why do participants require supervision?
They usually suffer from Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, dementia, or memory loss. Other forms of infirmity may include, chronic depression, loneliness, visual or hearing impairment, physical disability, an injury, or the frailty of advanced age.
What is Adult Day Care?
Adult Day Care involves the daytime care of adults (of any age) who need full-time supervision due to having been disabled by illness, disease, injury, or old age.
Which program is better?
It depends on the needs of the participant. Seniors generally prefer a Senior Day Care facility because they are among other seniors exclusively. Although, if an Adult Day Care center specializes in a particular disability, it may be a better choice for a senior with special needs associated with that disability.
How can I find a Senior Day Care Center in my area?
Click on the “Senior Day Care Directory” link in the menu at the top center of the page. Then click on the appropriate State. You can then proceed to view a list of cities within your state with Senior Day Care Centers. Click on the name of any listing to view more information about that center.Read More FAQs