Why Circle Center?
Are you juggling a full-time job and caring for your aging parents – has Dad taken his medication? Did Mom eat? Are you nervous or hesitant about going to work, running errands or leaving your loved one alone for an extended period of time? Circle Center replaces your anxiety with confidence and relief. Your family stays together. You can go to work or run errands with relief from worry about leaving your loved one home alone. Circle Center can partner with you in caregiving for your loved one.
Our mission is “To provide comprehensive and individualized quality care for older adults during the day, enabling them to live at home and providing assurance and respite for family caregivers.” We envision a community where all older adults and their families have the support and resources to live together with purpose and dignity.
Complete, Affordable Care
Circle Center Adult Day Services is open Monday through Saturday. The cost is $75 per day, which includes breakfast, lunch, two snacks, all activities, medical management and an individualized care plan for your loved one. We accept private pay, medicaid and long term health insurance. The Center also has a Needs Based Scholarship program for those families who find themselves unable to pay for all or some of their care.
Less Stress, More Support
Caregiver stress is proven to be significantly reduced when adult day services are part of the care plan for your loved one. Circle Center provides the respite at-home caregivers need. In our yearly anonymous care-giver survey, over 96% of those responding say that using Circle Center helped them cope and maintain valued life roles such as worker, caregiver, volunteer and member of a faith community. The Center also offers many support groups for our families and caregivers. Huntington’s Group, Parkinson’s Group and the Family Caregiver group all meet monthly to help families cope with the challenges they face every day.
When should you consider adult day services?
- When you find strange placements of food or objects upon your return home.
- Your loved one doesn’t eat meals even when you prepare and leave them.
- Your loved one cannot take medications as directed without your close supervision.
- An older adult is at great risk of fall injuries because of mobility challenges.