Learn about our Day Programs
Vista Mesa offers a wonderful option for families that allow their loved one to continue to live at home, yet receive care when it’s needed. We encourage caregivers and family members to utilize our day care services while they work, run errands, shop, take care of business appointments or just take some quality time for personal issues. Vista Mesa’s environment is warm, stimulating and supportive for adult day care clients, and offers the same levels of care and comfort we offer our full-time residents. This invaluable service helps caregivers and family members avoid burnout and simplify care management by enabling them to take much-needed time for themselves.
Our Day Program offers:
- – Individualized plan of care
- – Meals and Snacks
- – Medication Administration
- – Health Screening
- – Assistance with Activities of Daily Living
- – Community Outings
- – Socialization with Peers
- – Special Events and Entertainment
- – Music and Art Programs
- – Hair and Nail Care Available
- – Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy
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In our experience, daycare clients tend to transition more easily to long-term care placement (if it becomes appropriate), because they are familiar with the routine and staff, and the fear of the unknown is not such a hurdle. If you are interested in speaking with a Vista Mesa representative about details and costs for our daycare program, please contact us.
Contact Vista Mesa Today for More Information on Our Day Program.
“To the staff of Vista Mesa, I would like to thank all of you for your kindness, care and attention you extended to my mom. She was in such good hands!” – Cheryl Floyd, 6/17
“To the staff at Vista Mesa, on behalf of my father, I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for taking care of him. I am sure at times he was a handful. I am well aware that it takes special people to be caretakers. Dad would always tell me that there were worse places he could be than at Vista Mesa but he realized that it was a good place to be. Thank again for all that you did to provide the care that my dad needed.” – W.K. Neilson, 6/17