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Caring for your loved one includes caring for yourself, so you can be at your best!

Mindful Care Adult Day Program serves caregivers by providing a “Best Friends” approach to adult day care. Aging individuals need opportunities to keep their minds alert. Elders need a stimulating program of pleasurable activities. Older family members enjoy being surrounded by friends who care.

"Carefully planned activities to create friendships and promote self worth"

“Carefully planned activities to create friendships and promote self worth”

Aging individuals need opportunities to keep their minds alert.

Elders need a stimulating program of pleasurable activities.
Older family members enjoy being surrounded by friends who care.

Mindful Care Adult Day Program:

  • Quality care in a safe, supportive environment.
  • Caring, professional staff who make person service a top priority.
  • Dignified assistance and support for persons with Alzheimer’s, memory loss, and other problems of aging.
  • Carefully planned activities to create friendships and promote self worth.
  • A daily exercise program to enhance physical wellness.
  • Increased personal daily safety with supervision in a protective environment.
  • A chance for the caregiver to rest and relax to help preserve their own well being.

 

L-R: Tom Tozer (Board President), Karen Hunter-Kowalski (Activity Assistant), Jamie Watters (Program Director) Tina O’Brien (Founder/Executive Director), Ray Wiley (MTSU Professor), and Phillip Robinson (New Vision Baptist Church Outreach and Missions Pastor)

L-R: Tom Tozer (Board President), Karen Hunter-Kowalski (Activity Assistant), Jamie Watters (Program Director) Tina O’Brien (Founder/Executive Director), Ray Wiley (MTSU Professor), and Phillip Robinson (New Vision Baptist Church Outreach and Missions Pastor)

Ellen Lehman, right, founder and President of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, presents a $5,000 check to Tina O’Brien, Executive Director of Elders First Adult Day Services, to supplement the organization’s fee-assistance program for low-income participants.  At left is Tom Tozer, Elders First Board President.   There currently are openings for these scholarships.

Ellen Lehman, right, founder and President of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, presents a $5,000 check to Tina O’Brien, Executive Director of Elders First Adult Day Services, to supplement the organization’s fee-assistance program for low-income participants. At left is Tom Tozer, Elders First Board President. There currently are openings for these scholarships.

 


 

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