Heartland’s Adult Day Center supports seniors with dementia, Parkinson’s disease, disabilities and general personal safety issues that limit them from staying home alone during the day. Having a safe, fun environment for these seniors to visit allows caregivers respite while they work or tend to other needs with a peace of mind that their loved one is in good hands.
Monday through Friday, 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM*, the Adult Day Center brings an enhanced quality of life and sense of dignity to those needing extra support. Seniors gather for engaging activities in a warm and caring environment.
*Hours and services may vary due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and increased health and safety measures.
Our staff and volunteers provide a variety of experiences to give attendees a sense of independence and enjoyment. We bring a level of care in all we do, including nutritious hot meals, individualized health monitoring, bathing and genuine companionship.
We work with the participant, family members, and caregivers to provide an individualized plan of care for each senior. This is a great alternative for those seeking a high-quality, cost-effective alternative to a nursing home environment. Personal care is critical to delivering quality care, which is why we have an exceptional staff to participant ratio of approximately 1 to 5.
To meet with our Director Laurie Yocum-Whipple, call her at 515-346-6895 (office) or 515-509-6664 (cell). She can provide answers to many of your questions on how best to support your loved one that may be struggling to stay home alone during the day.