Welcome to Alzheimer’s Outreach Center!
What is Alzheimer’s Adult Day Care?
Our organization was started in 1988 to provide a quality daycare and in-home respite program. We offer activities and experiences to promote maximum functioning capacity of persons suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease and other types of Dementia.
This program is partially operated under a grant through the SOWEGA Council on Aging to fund the nine-member staff of Alzheimer’s Outreach Center and other program expenses. First United Methodist Church provides our facilities and assists with part of the administrative costs of the program. Several other local churches contribute to the program as well.
What Service do we provide?
Alzheimer’s Outreach Center is used to relieve the caregiver of his or her duties for the day while ensuring that the care recipient will still receive the proper care in a safe, friendly environment.
In-home Respite Care for caregivers who a providing care to people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease or a related dementia.
Support Group for caregivers who are providing care to someone who is diagnosed with dementia.
Community education for individuals and groups who want to know what dementia is and how to deal with it.