Palm Terrace Adult Day Care is licensed by the state of Florida Agency for Health Care Administration. Palm Terrace Adult Day Care provides comprehensive programs specially tailored to adults who need supervision and assistance during the day.
Palm Terrace Adult Day Care provides socialization and supervision for seniors who are frail or may be lonely and need to be with people and participate in activities instead of sitting at home alone.
People who attend Palm Terrace Adult Day Care usually live in their own home or in the home of a family caregiver. Palm Terrace Adult Day Care can improve the quality of life for those who attend and help each person function at their best.
Hours of Operation for the Center:
Why Palm Terrace Adult Day Care?
As an assisted living facility, we can offer all the benefits of a long term care facility to our adult day care participants. Our staff is highly trained. Along with our direct care staff, we offer a professional group of administrative food service and activity programming staff.
At Palm Terrace Assisted Living and Adult Day Care we provide a warm, loving, safe and caring environment. Our entire staff encourages everyone to work together to help and enjoy this wonderful time of life.
Individuals attending Palm Terrace Adult Day Care are eligible for funding from a number of sources including Medicaid Long-Term Care Managed Care, Veteran’s Administration Aid & Attendance, Alzheimer’s Disease Initiatives, Florida Community Care for the Elderly and Local service programs. Guidelines for receiving these funds and how to apply can be addressed with our management.
Adult Day Care Activities & Services
Our center offers services including:
- Care Planning Services
- Daily Living Assistance
- Meal Services
- Robust Social Activities
- Hair and Beauty Amenities
Through our third party providers:
- Nursing and Health services
- Therapeutic Services
- Medical Services including Podiatry and Dentistry
Palm Terrace Adult Day Care is also designed to offer family support. We conduct monthly caregiver support groups, offer education on topics such as managing difficult or confusing behaviors and safety in the home and maintain contacts with community resources.