How We Care for You
Care Resources is designed to be an all-inclusive program to embrace your physical, mental, and social health. Care Resources offers healthcare to participants in a “one-stop shopping” model. The Care Resources Day Center and Clinic services are available to all participants. The frequency of attendance at the Day Center will be determined based on the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) recommendation. Our participants are active in their health care with access to their primary care team.
At Care Resources, we have a primary care team that gets to know all of our participants. Our Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) is made up of physicians, nurses, social workers, dieticians, therapists (physical, occupational, & recreational), home care coordinators, and other staff to monitor each person. Our team of professionals assist with your comprehensive care and refer to specialist services when necessary.
The Care Resources Day Center is one of the ways we support your mental and social health. When participants come to our Day Center, it promotes socialization and community. By attending the Day Center, caregivers receive respite. We offer a variety activities to our participants some of which may include:
- Exercise and Walking Groups
- Cooking Classes
- Wii Games (Bowling, Golf, etc.)
- Card Games
- Art & Crafts Projects
- Educational Classes
- Group Events
- Musical Performances
- Nutritional Counseling
- Student Reading Groups
- Support Groups
- Games (Board & Trivia)
Participants receive a healthy meal while they attend the Day Center. We provide transportation to and from Care Resources and approved medical transportation for those in our program. Family and caregivers are encouraged to attend medical appointments.
"Care Resources saved my life literally. They take great care of me. I can't stress it enough - the best of the best work here. You'll never see someone working here who doesn't have a smile on their face."
"Care Resources helped bring back the smile and laughter to my mom. After we lost dad, she became depressed. The Day Center helped her make new friends."