If long-term healthcare is not the solution you are currently looking for, but are finding it difficult to leave your loved one at home while you work or attend to other business, Miller’s provides supervised care in an affordable way when you may need it: daily, weekly, or monthly. This service is typically helpful for Alzheimer’s patients.
A wide variety of activities are selected to stimulate social and psychological well being. Participants and families are encouraged to plan with the director and participate in whatever activities they prefer. Each client may be provided opportunities to rest. Those who may need this time are encouraged to rest or relax as often as necessary.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
For interested families a visit to Miller’s is most valuable. Our staff can answer questions, introduce residents and offer a tour of the specialized care center. Before completing the visit, families can view the Adult Day Services accommodations and make preliminary decisions.
Miller’s Adult Day Services meets the growing need for affordable care for the dependent adult. This is a viable alternative to unnecessary institutional programs. These services are designed to provide a comfortable environment for your dependent loved ones, enabling families to keep them at home while providing an alternative during day time hours.
The rising cost of medical care and changing American families have necessitated alternate types of care for the elderly in the 21st Century. We feel Adult Day Services might be the one answer you have been searching for.
Miller’s Adult Day Services can provide many benefits to the senior adult:
Miller’s Adult Day Services may also provide benefits to the client’s caregiver:
EXAMPLES of ASSISTANCE
A mother living with her son and daughter who both work needed daily supervision. She attends 5 days a week.
A mother living with her son’s very busy family needed some companionship her own age. She stays 3 days a week.
A wife needed some time to run errands. She felt her husband, who was sometimes confused, needed supervision. He comes once a week.
A daughter who worked third shift needed to sleep during the day. Her mother had periods of confusion and was unsteady on her feet. She attends 3 afternoons a week.
A lady who lives in an apartment by herself spent too much time alone and became ill. She now comes 2 days a week