Adult Day Health Care
Welcome to the Senior Options Adult Day Health Care program! Each weekday from 8 a.m.-2 p.m., our campus hosts community residents who enjoy the day while receiving the best physical, social and emotional care we can provide.
Adult Day Health Care is a medical program with supervised activities and therapies based on an individualized physician’s plan of care. Staff, complete with a registered nurse, are available to monitor blood pressure, diabetes, administer medications and provide personal care. Transportation is available upon request.
Medicaid and other limited funding sources are available to help cover the cost of this program. Some insurance companies will also cover the cost of Adult Day Health Care.
At Senior Options, it is our desire to serve all individuals that are in need of ADHC. Please contact our Day Program Director for any questions you may have about the program.
We are also happy to schedule a day when your family can visit the program at no cost. Hot lunch and afternoon snacks are served daily, and our staff members offer a variety of activities, along with physical exercise. Participants enjoy socializing with friends, knowing that assistance is always there when they need it.
Level I: $25.00/Day
Clients in this level require some assistance with activities such as toileting, walking, and putting on clothes. They may exhibit occasional confusion, but do not attempt to wander. They may also require routine monitoring of health problems. Transportation services are not available for Level I care.
Level II: $35.00/Day
Clients in this level require consistent, ongoing assistance with activities of daily living, or have health care needs that may require frequent attention. They may exhibit confusion with occasional attempts to wander.
Level III: $45.00/Day
Clients in this level require total or near total assistance with their activities of daily living and may require skilled nursing care on a daily basis. Clients who are very disoriented and consistently wander may also be included in this level.
There’s always a spot at the lunch table for you at one of our three Diners Club locations:
Laurelwood in Laurens
Senior Options Senior Center
Every weekday from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., we invite you to join us for good food and fellowship. Club members enjoy guest speakers, musical performances and a variety of games and activities.
Our staff members always have fun on the menu, and all of our members find that it’s easy to make new friends when they sit down to a hot, tasty lunch.
Diners Club is a free program, but modest contributions are respectfully requested and appreciated. Transportation can be provided.
Contact us today and join the club!
The Senior Options Fitness Center is one of the best reasons to join our organization. Our members are active adults who enjoy a self-paced exercise routine in the company of friends and fellow members.
Just a few minutes a day will increase stamina, vitality and strength! Senior Options is committed to your quality of life, and the Fitness Center is a great place to take the first steps!
The Senior Center features an exercise room furnished with stationary bikes, treadmills, mountain climber, skier, and a Cal-Gym. This equipment is available to members Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Senior Volunteers work with children who have special needs. In return for their service, they receive a modest tax-free stipend as well as a transportation allowance, hot meals while in service, accident insurance, and an annual physical examination.
The Foster Grandparents Program is a Senior Corps program funded in part by the Corporation for National & Community Service.
I-Care is a free, federally funded program designed to help you navigate the paperwork involved with health insurance.
Trained volunteers are on hand to provide counseling for Medicare, Medicare Supplement, Medicare Savings program, Medicare Advantage Plans and Senior Medicare Fraud programs. This program is also known as the State Health Insurance Assistance Program or SHIP.
If you have question about how to file a claim or any of the services listed above, call us today and make an appointment with one of our counselors.
Information & Referral
Our information and referral program provides access to agencies and services in your community. We can put you in contact with organizations that can meet your individual needs.
If you do not find what you need under our Programs and Services menu at the left of this page or in our Resources list, please don’t hesitate to contact us for further assistance.
Our staff members and volunteers prepare and deliver hundreds of nutritious, well-balanced meals each week to those who are unable to cook for themselves and cannot leave their homes without assistance.
We enjoy not only providing a good meal, but also the pleasure of getting to know the wonderful people we assist. If you or a loved one could use this service, please contact us.
Agency staff are available to speak to your church, civic, or community group. Contact us to arrange a speaker for your next meeting. We at Senior Options love what we do, and we love to talk about it! Some of our more popular topics include:
Adult Day Health Care program: Your loved ones are in caring hands, as our staff provides professional health care monitoring, great food, exercise and activities.
Stay active in retirement: We would love to tell you about the benefits of our Diners Club, our fitness center, and how you can benefit from a Senior Options Membership.
What you can do to get involved: Let us tell you about volunteer opportunities with Home Meal Delivery and a variety of additional programs.
Transportation is available to those who are over the age of 60 to several different destinations. Our vans can provide transit to medical appointments, grocery shopping or to other vital locations that may be needed to help individuals maintain their independence. Medicaid non-emergency transportation is also available. Please contact us to set up an appointment.
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