To help frail elderly and disabled adults restore and maintain their health while improving their overall quality of life
How does The Center make a difference? It can…
Improve performance in daily activities, such as eating and dressing
Enhance quality of life by developing independence
Enable family members to also manage careers or other obligations
Create a peer group for loved ones to be near others with similar conditions
Living with a chronic condition can make a loved one feel isolated. That’s why it is sometimes the best thing to give your loved one some time outside of the home. Successful rehabilitation can often be achieved when a loved one is able to form a bond with others who share similar life stories and conditions together.
We even have programs and specialists that can help people who are confined to a wheelchair, incontinent or are suffering from hearing or vision problems, memory loss or confusion.