The Meadows Day Program at Frasier
Isolation at home can lead to depression and declining health. The Meadows Day Program at Frasier promotes well-being through social and health services in a safe, supportive environment on our campus. Our day program is delivered for Frasier residents or members of the community at large with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. Peers engage with peers, enjoy various activities of their choice and access to periodic health services in a dementia-friendly secured environment.
Peace of Mind
For many caregivers, including adult children working jobs and caring for the kids, supporting mom and dad during the day is challenging. The Meadows Day Program was purposefully designed to support caregivers, giving them peace of mind that their loved one is enjoying their day while receiving support and care.
Social for Life
Staying socially involved is important throughout all stages of life, but it’s arguably most important as we age. Socially active seniors are healthier and happier, and at Frasier we ensure a socially active and engaging day for our guests.
Through supervised social activities, from card games and arts and crafts for groups, to individual pursuits, to fostered discussions designed to stimulate memory and improve cognitive skills, there’s no shortage of activities to enjoy.
Nuts and Bolts
The Meadows Day Program is open every day, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Half- and full-day arrangements are possible. Each visit includes nutritious meals and refreshments, activities, and some help with daily activities.
How Can We Help?
As a Frasier service, rest assured you or your loved one are receiving our best, including attentive staff, ongoing monitoring, thoughtful programming, and purposeful days. Call us at 720.562.4460 or contact us online to learn more.