About LIFE's Adult Day
LIFE's Adult Day Centers provide care for seniors and other adults in a safe, friendly and supportive setting, enabling family caregivers to find a healthy balance between work, home and the responsibilities of being a caregiver.
While the caregiver is working, running errands or taking a deep breath, days at LIFE's Adult Day Services are filled with friends, laughter and enriching activities that foster self-esteem and a positive outlook. Health and personal care needs are met with compassion and dignity. Whether playing games, reminiscing, exercising, cooking, gardening, or even putting their feet up, participants' minds and bodies are active and engaged. At the end of the day, they go home to their families, fulfilled and tired.
Our priorities at LIFE's Adult Day Services:
- Delay or prevent residential placement
outside the home
- Socialization, activities and exercise
for the participant
- Alzheimer's/dementia care
- Caregiver support
- Managing chronic illness
- Disease prevention
Adult Day Health are proven to be a cost-effective care option that helps families care for loved ones at home and delay or even avoid altogether the need for residential care placement.
At LIFE, we are committed to a person-centered care philosophy that values individual participants' needs, preferences and goals. LIFE's three Adult Day Centers in Tulsa and Broken Arrow are nationally CARF-accredited adult day providers, assuring families that their loved ones are receiving the highest quality care and services.
Contact the Family Assistance Coordinator at the site nearest you for a tour, or more information about this program, or email rroberts@LIFEseniorservices.org.
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