About Us

Caring Hands Adult Medical Day Care CenterFor over ten years, Caring Hands Adult Medical Day Care Center has gone that extra mile when it comes to caring for the aging and the disabled. Our center is specifically designed to be a place where participants can meet new friends, engage in intelligent conversation, keep active through exercise, learn new things, take fun trips, and most importantly, maintain their dignity and independence.
Our highly-trained staff will handle your loved one’s health-related needs. Family members and caregivers will receive the respite and help that they need while being rest assured that their aging loved ones are in a safe and happy environment. We will help you by coordinating your loved one’s care so you don’t have to be overwhelmed when it comes to managing their health. Let us handle the difficult issues that in-home care and assisted living are usually not qualified to handle. Most important of all, let us assist you in keeping your loved ones where they want to live the most - their home.

Our Mission

To help our clients maintain the best quality of life while also offering a peace of mind for family caregivers.

Who We Care For

  • The Geriatric Population
  • Frail and Physically Dependent
  • Isolation and loneliness
  • Depression
  • Alzheimer’s and Dementia
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Incontiency
  • Wheelchair bound
  • Coronary Diseases
  • Stroke
  • Chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension and arthritis

Calendar of Events

 July 2018

An Overview

Very often, when a family member is diagnosed with a chronic condition or a cognitive impairment, their loved ones feel helpless and think that they have only two options when it comes to care. Either someone in the family takes on a very difficult role of a full-time caregiver or they place their loved one in an institution. However, there is another option to be considered: adult day health centers. In centers such as Caring Hands, the programs are designed to meet the needs of elderly and disabled adults and to ease the lives of their caregivers by providing cost-effective alternatives to nursing homes or institutional care. More importantly, these programs promote the client’s ability to remain independent. Elderly and disabled adults who are home-bound are often in need of social stimulation, medical oversight, as well as assistance with daily activities such as eating, toileting, daily personal care and hygiene and administration of medications. It is in adult day care centers that these needs are fulfilled.