Adult Day Care is a Different Kind of Senior Care
At SarahCare Adult Day Care, we create a vibrant and social community for your senior loved one to enjoy their day while receiving the care and support they need.
Because our care is provided in centers with a specially trained staff, we can handle your loved one’s complex health-related needs. Family caregivers will have peace of mind knowing their aging parent or senior loved one is spending the day in a safe, fun and socially engaging environment while receiving expert care.
For you, we simplify and co-ordinate their care so you can spend time enjoying being with your aging loved one instead of feeling stressed and overwhelmed trying to manage their health.
For them, we handle the difficult issues that in-home care and assisted living won’t and usually aren’t qualified to handle — at a cost that is significantly less than other care options such as assisted living, in-home care and nursing home care.
SarahCare is a Different Kind of Place
Our Adult Day Centers are special…your loved one can enjoy our gardens and putting greens, beauty salons and spas, cafés and art rooms, libraries and media rooms.
But it’s not our center – it’s your loved one’s center. While providing a safe, vibrant and socially engaging environment, we help your loved one make the center their place – to see their friends, be active and social, and just do the things they love.
To Keep Your Family Together
Your loved ones stay where they most want to – in their homes and with their families.
You will receive the respite and help with care and personal support you need to refuel and continue to give your family your best.
Affordable Senior Care
In addition to SarahCare’s quality of care, you will find that Adult Day Care is the most affordable care option available.
Caregiver and Professionals Testimonials
Watch and listen to caregivers and professionals as they speak on their experiences with SarahCare.
Congratulations to Marcia Jarrell, Executive Director and Owner of SarahCare at Lake Boone Trail, who was interviewed on a local TV station for her role as President of the Board for Guiding Lights Caregiver Support Center
Who We Care For
Frail and Physically Dependent
Isolated and Lonely
Alzheimer’s and Dementia
Stroke and Parkinson’s
Chronic Conditions such as Diabetes, Hypertension, and Arthritis