Piedmont Adult Living Services Day Care Center provides a cost-effective alternative to institutional care of elderly and adults with disabilities by offering them a safe, compassionate and productive daytime environment, giving family and friends a respite from full-time care-giving.
Complete this checklist to help determine if you and your loved one can benefit from the services of Piedmont Adult Living Services, Inc. (PALS Adult Day Health Center).
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WHO IS SERVED?Individuals with wide variety of impairments enjoy our safe, yet stimulating, and daytime environment. The number of days a participant attends is based on the needs of the caregiver. We do encourage participants to attend at least two days per week providing more continuity.
NUTRITIONPALS provides a nutritionally balanced meal daily and healthy snacks according to the diets of all participants. Meals are prepared based on the USDA Guidelines for Adults. Specialized meals are also prepared based on the needs. The contracted food services program prepares and delivers food to the facility and food is served upon delivery.
WEEKLY REPORTSReports are given weekly as a form of communication to keep caregivers update on the progress of their Love ones. Each weekly report consists of notes regarding demeanor, activities, weekly program themes, lavatory habits, nutritional Meals and special comments.
Piedmont Adult Living Services issues monthly Newsletters. The purpose of the newsletters is to keep the communication with caregivers and share upcoming events, important dates, upcoming changes and other PALS-related information.
"My mother came to live with us in December 2001. She is currently 86 years old and is in no condition to live by her self. My children are in school and my wife and I work full time.
You may fax or bring in the filled out enrollment package to Piedmont Adult Living Services.
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