October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and New Generations is excited to celebrate with all of our Gary’s Gang members. For us and many others around the country, this month isn’t about disabilities, it’s about celebrating each individual’s unique abilities and accomplishments.
Choosing the right caregiver or day care program for your loved one is a challenge, but we believe that there is a suitable option to assist every family and individual. But what are the differences between home caregiver services and an adult day care? We’re happy to explain the details.
As a primary caretaker, you are faced with a major decision when it comes to choosing the right adult day center. Facilities should provide participants a safe, fun and engaging environment which brightens their day and helps them live life to the fullest.
At New Generations, our adult day care services do more than provide basic monitoring. We work hard to make sure all emotional, social, and health needs are met for our clients. When you choose enroll your loved one, your family gains access to fantastic features.
The way our brains store and access memories is incredibly complex, so not all types of memory loss have the same effects. This means that care can be a little different for a senior with Alzheimer’s or a person with memory loss following a stroke.