The goal of the Adult Day Health Center is to provide compassionate and comprehensive care for frail elderly in a secure environment, while recognizing the unique individuality of each participant as well as the need of support for their caregivers.
The Adult Day Health Center provides supervised activities and nutritional lunches in a healthy, social atmosphere for seniors with special needs. Nursing and physical therapy services are available.
We provide care to disabled adults and frail, elderly clients who need a safe, protective environment because of illnesses such as stroke, Alzheimer & acutes or Parkinson Disease.
Our seniors participate in activities and socialize with others in a secure setting designed to help maintain or improve their functional level. They attend during the day, enabling them to stay active, remain productive and enjoy an improved quality of life.
Caregivers also benefit from our services in that they receive some respite from caring for a dependent adult. They are given free time that they can use to continue their employment, run errands, or care for themselves or other family members.
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Adult Day Health Center was made possible by a generous grant from The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation.
Hours of operation:
Monday - Friday
7:00am - 5:30pm
The Council on Aging expanded its Adult Day Health Center in May 2007 when the Barney E. Veal Center was completed. The facility is licensed for 78 clients and has separate areas for Alzheimer's and dementia clients.
Please call 407-483-1494 for further information and to get your loved one pre-registered or on a waiting list as soon as possible. AHCA License #9073