Council on Aging of West Florida's Adult Day Health Care Center is a licensed adult day health care center. The center provides a protective, stimulating environment for older adults with physical and cognitive impairments and respite for caregivers.
Positive outcomes for participants include increased interaction with peers and socialization, improved, happier moods and behavior, greater sense of purpose in life, improved sleep habits, greater independence and increased motivation.
The newly expanded and renovated 3,000 sq. ft. center, located at 875 Royce Street in Pensacola, is designed for indoor and outdoor activities in a variety of settings. The center has comfortable and inviting activity areas, functional recreation areas, a full kitchen, a screened in porch with ceiling fans and outdoor furniture, a private backyard with a pavilion and walking paths, and a relaxation room.
The center's daily routine includes breakfast, lunch, a snack, outside walks, exercise class, arts & crafts, table games, sports, card games, mental stimulation, special parties and celebrations and as well as regularly scheduled field trips to picnic areas, parks, museums, historical places, area attractions, bowling alleys and movie theatres. These well-supervised trips are not only fun, but trigger memories and promote socialization.
Council on Aging of West Florida is compliant with the Better Business Bureau's Wise Giving Alliance Standards for Charity Accountability. Learn more at www.bbb.org.