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Affordable & Sustainable

Care Options

Why choose us?

There are many resort like facilities. High-end assisted-living communities—the kind where residents can visit a beauty salon, a restaurant, and theater without leaving the property— in these facilities you can end up paying as much as $12,000 a month. For a lot of families, those prices are unreasonable.

Another option: Adult Daycare and Respite Care.


Our facilities create a family atmosphere and provide a sense of security for the residents. What it may lack in amenities it makes up in homey comforts.


During the day our residents experience a sense of safety, community and freedom while staying active by working on simple arts & craft projects, building a puzzle, planting a garden, assisting with assembling an airplane, building a wooden boat or visiting and socializing with a small group of friends. 


We also offer over-night stays for short periods of time for those who want to stay and caregivers that want a little get away.   


A smaller facility, like ours, also means more attention to personalized care and hygiene with the reduced possibility of the spread of a virus or other contagious diseases. 

Our main programs:


Day Program

This program is dedicated to providing care, companionship, and stimulating activities for the seniors of the community. The purpose of the program is to provide an environment that fosters a healthy, meaningful, and active lifestyle for your senior loved one. We also focus on working with seniors that may have begun to exhibit diminished physical skills and / or cognitive ability.  


Respite Care

Our respite care option provides temporary relief for a primary caregiver, allowing you to take a much-needed break from the demands of caregiving. Whether it’s for just a few hours a week or an extended vacation, our respite care can help ease the burden of stress, restore your energy, and promote balance in your life. It can also prevent you from becoming exhausted, isolated, or even burned out. Respite care can benefit the person you’re caring for as well, by providing them with variety, friendship, stimulation, and top-notch care.


Seeking support and maintaining your own health are key to managing your role as a caregiver, so it’s not selfish to need time to yourself. If you’re overwhelmed by the daily grind of caregiving, your patience and compassion will wear thin, you’ll find it harder to connect with the person you’re caring for, and you’ll probably both feel unfulfilled. After a break to recharge your batteries, you’ll feel more energetic, focused, and reinvigorated about your caregiving role. You may even be able to pick up tips on new ways to tackle common problems you face as a caregiver, helping to make the caregiving journey a more enjoyable and rewarding experience for both you and the loved one in your care.

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