Adult day service at Joy’s House provides care in a non-medical environment designed for our Guests and family caregivers. Joy’s House is a service which allows families to stay together for as long as possible in their own homes. Our adult day services often stand alone or can be paired with home health care, therapies or in-home companion services. While most of our Guests live at home with their spouse, adult child or other relative, a handful live in group homes or long-term care facilities. We are a very affordable option on the healthcare continuum focusing on individual safety, abilities, likes and desires.
A Typical Joy’s House Guest:
- Lives with a diagnosis, such as Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, Parkinson’s Disease, autism, Down syndrome or multiple sclerosis.
- Is over the age of 18, typically an older adult. (The average age of a Joy’s House Guest is 70, but has been as young as 18 and as old as 103.)
- Has a primary family caregiver, likely a spouse, adult child, parent or guardian.
Here is the story of a Guest, Mr. Dick, and his wife and caregiver Diana:
Aging adults and those living with mental and/or physical challenges that come to Joy’s House are referred to as “Guests.” Joy’s House provides care in a place that is safe, allowing family caregivers to continue with their days knowing that their loved ones are being taken care of and enjoying their own community in our adult day setting.
We invite you to visit as well. It’s a place you won’t forget. You may find yourself wanting to get more involved – please know that we welcome that!
Curious to know if your loved one will “fit in” at Joy’s House? Check out our Enrollment Process and give us a call to learn more.