Our members experience the brighter side of caring through personalized support from our compassionate team. Everything we do is centered around helping our members maintain independence and dignity.
Adults with Down Syndrome, Autism, or any developmental, intellectual disability, and aging seniors who may require daily support or experiencing cognitive decline such as Dementia or Alzheimer’s receive active support throughout the day.
In addition, we provide education, and resources for our members’ families, caregivers, and case managers while maintaining updates and open communication.
We know that choosing services for your loved one is not an easy decision. Whether you have concerns about the level of care, daily activities, or social engagement, we are here to help you navigate the options and make intelligent, well-informed decisions. Rest assured that our support is genuine.
We understand that helping your loved one can be challenging, and taking time for yourself is essential. Active Day gives our families peace of mind by providing a caring and nurturing environment with open communication. This allows everyone involved to stay informed and ensure the care we provide is always in the member’s best interest.
We work with case managers and support coordinators to find the best fit to serve their client’s needs. By completing individual and personalized assessments we standardize the in-take process, provide continuous update and relay reports for all your required case notes. We partner with you to ease the administrative burden of the cases we serve!
Active Day is one of the nation’s leading providers of adult day and home care services for seniors and adults with disabilities. We have over 100 centers in 10 states and happily serve approximately 8,000 members. Each center provides access to a safe, engaging, social, and supportive environment where our thoughtful, attentive professionals create a positive experience for adults with special abilities and seniors. Find a location near you and contact us to learn more.