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Adult Day Program 

At Circle of Care St. Louis, we understand the importance of allowing individuals to continue living in their own homes for as long as they can, while ensuring their comprehensive healthcare needs are addressed. Beyond physical health, maintaining robust mental and social well-being is crucial. This includes opportunities for social interaction, community engagement, and exploring new activities.

 

Our Adult Day Programs offer a structured day of supervised activities in a community group setting for adults residing in the community. This includes individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, physical disabilities, and those recovering from strokes or brain injuries.

 

Benefits for All Participants

Our participants enjoy a range of benefits from engaging in recreational and social activities to receiving meals, personal care, and basic health services tailored to their specific needs. These programs foster friendships, wellness, and therapeutic benefits, providing crucial respite for families and caregivers to help prevent caregiver fatigue and allow them some time for themselves.

 

Eligibility Criteria To be eligible for our Adult Day Programs, applicants must:

 

  • Reside at home and experience challenges with daily living activities.

  • Benefit from a supportive, small group environment that offers social and recreational activities. 

  • Have a cognitive disability but can manage in a general program setting.

  • Require services due to physical disability, chronic illness, diminished functional and/or physical capabilities, communication disabilities, or social isolation.

  • Be 18 years of age or older.

  • Not pose a risk to themselves or others.

 

Circle of Care St. Louis is dedicated to enhancing the lives of our community members by providing a safe, engaging, and caring environment for adults who wish to remain active and connected.

Join our waitlist: The Day Program will begin in late summer or early fall. 

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