The Following Are Commonly Asked Questions
Is there required criteria to join?
The following will be used when assessing new members:
- Ability to participate in therapeutic and recreational activities
- Ability to socialize in a group setting
- Ability to relate to others with limited aptitudes
- Involuntary incontinence issues
- Limited need for one-on-one assistance
- Wandering to the point of concern
What occurs on a daily basis?
No matter what time of day it is, from the moment your loved one arrives; they are being engaged in a wide set of activities to boost self-esteem, develop socialization, stimulate cognition, and improve quality of life. These range from table games to sports, exercise to sing-a-longs, cognitive games and more!
Am I required to bring my loved one everyday?
Absolutely not. During your interview process you determine what days and times work best with your schedule. The minimum requirement is scheduling 5 service hours per week. You can even opt to begin with smaller time increments until you /your loved one is comfortable with the arrangement, and increase days and times as needed.
What are your hours of operation?
We are open Monday – Friday, 7:30 am to 5:30 pm.
Closed all major Holidays
Is there a fee for this service?
Service rates are charged per actual hours attended:
5 to 14 service hours per week = $11.00 /hour
15 to 29 service hours per week = $9.00 /hour
30+ service hours per week = $7.00 /hour
Payments are expected on a weekly basis.
~ There is a one time non-refundable registration fee of $20.00
Optional for those attending during lunch, a healthy meal is provided for only $4.00 /day.
Do we accept insurance?
No. We are not a health care facility, therefore do not fall under the category for insurance purposes. However, this allows us more flexibility to offer a program designed with our members in mind.
Does my loved one have to have dementia to attend?
No, we have many members who participate for the social interaction.
Do I have to be a member of your church to be a part of the program?
No, this ministry is open to everyone.
Can I drop off my family member as needed?
Families are required to contract with us for at least 5 hours a week. We want to make sure that we have enough staff to care for your loved one while in our program.
How do I get started?
Upon stating your interest in our program, we will verify that your loved one meets the criteria, in which we then recommend setting up an 1-hour for your loved one to engage alongside our members in activities to see if they enjoy their time with us; to judge whether or not if it feels like the right fit.
When can I set up a 1-hour visit?
Any day Monday thru Friday. The best times to visit us are 10:30 am-11:30 am, 1:00 pm- 2:00 pm and 2:00 pm-3:00 pm. You can give us a call when your ready or send an email.