The Activity Center takes a personalized approach to caring for family members, caregivers, and those affected by neuro-degenerative diseases. Under the direction of qualified staff members and trained volunteers, participants enjoy physical, social, and mental activities providing much needed respite for caregivers.
Care management as well as individual and family counseling sessions are offered through our organization.
A monthly newsletter is available to our members with the latest articles and information on Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease as well as a calendar of our regular meetings and special events.
Relief for full time caregivers is provided at our Activity Center, in the home, and in an adult daycare setting through our respite programs. Financial underwriting for these services are available for those in need.
A program designed to quickly locate individuals with dementia who have wandered off and become lost has become a reality with the help of the Treasure Coast Pilot Club. An identification bracelet provides a radio transmitter that emits a constant signal that the Indian River Sheriff's office can use to track and locate the missing person.
Support groups meet on a regular basis for caregivers, family members, and friends. Support groups offer understanding, acceptance, practical information, and friendship.
Art Of Moving Exercise for Parkinson's Disease
Classes are available that are designed to help overcome the everyday obstacles of living with movement disorders.
Regularly scheduled training sessions are available to educate the public, caregivers, and health care professionals. Call (772) 563-0505 for current schedules.
We hold monthly program meeting featuring guest speakers on pertinent topics. Annually, we present community wide educational seminars.
A Speaker's Bureau is available to local civic groups, schools, and businesses. Information is also disseminated through our public libraries.
Our lending library offers a wide variety of educational resources, books, brochures, and pamphlets pertaining to Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases and related disorders.
Memory screening is offered free once a month and available by appointment.