Alzheimer's Disease Care
Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s?
Coleman Adult Day can help.
Coleman Provides Alzheimer’s Disease Care
Even the most loving and patient caregivers get tired – and there’s nothing wrong with that.
Providing Alzheimer’s Disease care is a complicated challenge. But Coleman can help – giving you a break so you can give better care. Coleman Adult Day Services offers people with Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia, and cognitive challenges the opportunity to engage and socialize with comforting activities while in a safe, supervised environment.
Led by an experienced staff that includes licensed nursing staff, we provide engaging activities customized for your loved one. We get to know all of our participants and incorporate their personal needs and interests into the group activities that include physical, emotional, spiritual, and social activities. We even provide bathing assistance.
We’ll never be able to replace the love and care you provide. We can only make it better by helping you.
Why Coleman Adult Day for Alzheimer’s Disease Care?
Coleman Adult Day is a service provided by Coleman Health Services, a nationally recognized 501(3)(c) provider of mental health, addiction, and rehabilitation services in the state of Ohio.
Coleman Adult Day Services offers qualified services for your loved ones diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. We have the training and accreditation to help. We are here to welcome and comfort your loved one, and offer resources to caregivers.
Coleman Offers Safe Facilities & Services for participants with Alzheimer’s Disease
Home safety is important in Alzheimer’s Disease caregiving. Just as your home is equipped for your loved one with Alzheimer’s Disease in mind, so is the Coleman Adult Day facility. Our building was purpose-built for providing the best possible care to each of our participants.
Take a virtual tour of our facility here.
Our Proactive Program Helps participants with Alzheimer’s Disease Stay Active Longer
Coleman Adult Day offers a proactive approach to engaging participants with Alzheimer’s Disease. Studies have shown that people, even in the late-stages of Alzheimer’s Disease, can recall memories and perform routines more easily when their brain is engaged regularly. Our daily activities, such as exercise groups, trivia, games, and music therapy, can help preserve memory longer.
Socializing can also give your loved one a greater sense of belonging, live a more structured and active life, as well as enhance and maintain focus. Socializing is healthy. Isolation can quicken negative effects of Dementia.
A Break For You – Good Hygiene for participants with Alzheimer’s Disease
For an additional fee Coleman offers bathing services. This reduces caregiver stress with participants with Alzheimer’s Disease, who are often very resistant to being bathed. Our trained staff provides bathing that’s often safer for both participant and caregiver in our handicapped accessible shower room.
Schedule a Tour!
Visit. Ask questions. Every guest is different and we are ready to discuss your loved one’s specific needs so we can accommodate them. That’s what makes Coleman different.