Adult Day Care and Caregiver Support
If your loved one has dementia or other frailties of aging, The Caregiving Place Adult Day Care and Caregiver Resource Center in Venice and Sarasota are safe, welcoming places to spend the day. Participants enjoy engaging activities, music, art/pet therapy, cognitive stimulation, socialization, cozy fireplaces, comfy chairs, and a spacious outdoor area. Our families experience peace of mind knowing their loved one is receiving quality, compassionate care.
Would you like to learn more or book a tour? Call us at (941) 556-3268 or use the link below for more information. Calls will be returned within 24 hours. You can also take a Virtual Tour!
The Caregiving Place of Sarasota
1820 Brother Geenen Way
Sarasota, FL 34236
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday 8:30 – 3:30 pm
The Caregiving Place of Venice
2350 Scenic Drive
Venice, FL 34293
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday 8:00 – 3:00 pm
Adult Day Care – The Living Room
The combination of an adult day services program and staying at home can be a cost-effective and better way of caring for individuals with memory issues, as opposed to placement in a nursing home or memory care facility. Benefits for Adult Day Services participants include decreased social isolation, increased strength and endurance, sharpened cognitive skills, reduced frustration, and elevated emotional well-being.
Since 1980, our fully licensed adult day service center has provided a personal connection, where your loved one is more than their challenges. Our staff gets to know each person so they can serve their unique needs and make them feel comfortable with their surroundings. With a staffing ratio of 1:6, each participant is assured of personal attention throughout the day. The Living Room offers stimulating activities such as games, music, social engagement, holiday celebrations, discussions, brain fitness, art/pet therapy and more. It’s also a place that offers you, the caregiver, peace of mind and respite.
When is it Time to Consider Adult Day Care?
Without support, many people wait too long to seek help. Caregivers need a connection to timely information and assistance. Some questions to consider are:
- Does your family member or friend need help with daily tasks?
- Does he or she have much less contact with friends and little interest in activities?
- Are you frustrated, anxious, or confused about what to do?
Caregiver Resource Center
Caregivers who live with and care for someone with dementia or other frailties of aging can experience extraordinary amounts of stress. Senior Friendship Centers offers support groups and classes, reference materials, a lending library, and access to local and state resources.
The benefits of Caregiver support groups include:
- Connection with other caregivers who can understand your situation and offer practical ideas
- A network of guidance, social and emotional support
- An opportunity to develop new friendships
For more information about The Caregiving Place at Senior Friendship Centers, call (941) 556-3268.