BrainCare provides daily support for individuals with acquired brain injury (ABI), including traumatic brain injury (TBI). Through a range of services—including specialized living communities, coordinated care, and cognitive rehabilitation with skills training—we help participants relearn lost skills and grow towards independence and self-sufficiency. Our residential options are designed in a continuum fashion with the goal of helping the person move to greater independence. These include an assisted living community and three 8-person houses. The Lodge offers services for individuals that require higher levels of skilled care, and the homes are tailored to meet the needs of each individual. BrainCare’s focus is not just to help our participants recover, but thrive after a brain injury.
Employment, Community Access
- Contact Name
- Nicholas DeCilla
8668 E. Doane Pl.Denver, CO 80231
- (303) 671-6042
CCC is a locally owned Class B Licensed Home Care agency. We are unique in that our primary focus is a holistic approach to care giving to increase the quality of life for families. Our unique wellness oriented approach offers a variety of home and personal assistance. We offer basic home care services that include the activities of daily living but just as important we are out to help increase the quality of life for people with disabilities through wellness activities including: Cognitive stimulation activities, creative projects, leisure activities, visualization-meditation-and relaxation activities, nutritional assistance, goal setting and emotional support. We offer a range of support services as well, from companion services to personal care services (certified nursing assistance). We can also assist with transportation, organization and even house keeping! Our caregivers are licensed, certified, insured and bonded and are educated, empathetic and trustworthy.
Discover Goodwill works with individuals with disabilities to help increase and maintain their independence. We have various programs to help individuals that rage from day programs to helping individuals find jobs within the community.
In 1926, a group of 12 volunteers, including community leaders and physicians convened to discuss the issues facing children with disabilities and to recruit local authorities to initiate legislation and programs to support people with disabilities.
From that movement, Easter Seals Colorado was established with the sole purpose of providing medical, recreational and employment services for people of all ages with all types of disabilities.
Today, the mission of Easter Seals Colorado reflects the forward thinking principles of its founders to partner with individuals and families to reduce the impact of disability or health challenges and to enhance their quality of life.
Easter Seals Colorado serves over 7,000 people with disabilities across out state and touches an additional 48,734 people through education and outreach. We provide 9 services lines: Warm Water Therapy Pool, Explorers & Wings Adult Day Programs, Employment Services, Rehabilitation Services and Stroke Day Program, Discovery Club Respite Program, Rocky Mountain Village, Community Transit Services and Post-Polio Support Groups.
Elderhaus Adult Day Program has served Northern Colorado since 1980, by offering holistic and therapeutic daytime care for adults while providing vital respite for family members and other caregivers. Elderhaus provides compassionate and effective day programs 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday for persons age 18 and older with traumatic brain injuries, post-stroke needs, dementia, MS, Parkinson’s, Down syndrome, autism, and other intellectual/developmental disabilities.
Persons with traumatic brain injuries often can thrive while continuing to reside at home thanks to the social engagement, cognitive stimulation, physical activities led by licensed Occupational Therapists, and emotional support Elderhaus provides. Because Elderhaus is community-based and activities-focused, safe, reliable, and accessible transportation also is available – for activities-related trips, plus four daily routes to and from participants’ places of residence in parts of Larimer and Weld Counties.
Elderhaus was the first Adult Day Program approved by the Cheyenne VA to serve veterans. Elderhaus also accepts Medicaid and private pay. Thanks to a partnership between the Larimer County Office on Aging and Elderhaus, “scholarship” assistance is available for some Larimer County residents; reduced fees also are available for Weld County residents.
Campus style Medicaid certified Supported Living Program for adults with brain injury and Specialized Adult Day Services. Eighteen efficiency apartments with 24/7 supervision and support from onsite staff including CNAs, personal care providers and life skill trainers. Day Program 5x/week with social and recreational activities for all ability levels. Greeley Center for Independence, Inc (GCI) is a non-profit agency devoted to improving the lives of people with disabilities. Stephens Brain Injury Campus is a certified provider of services under the Medicaid BI-HCBS Waiver.
Horizons works in partnership with families and communities to expand opportunities for individuals with, or at risk of, developmental disabilities. Horizons Specialized Services (Horizons) was created in 1975 to provide services to persons with developmental disabilities in the five counties of northwest Colorado: Grand, Jackson, Moffat, Rio Blanco and Routt.
- Contact Name
- Roxane Miller-Freutel
P.O. Box 774867Steamboat Springs, CO 80477
Let trained, compassionate memory care experts at the InnovAge Johnson Adult Day Program give you peace of mind as you face Alzheimer's Disease, dementia, physical impairments and other memory-loss conditions. Our stimulating day programs include art, music, day trips and more. InnovAge’s professional caregivers, with an average of nearly 13 years of experience, supervise activities designed to enrich the quality of your loved one's life, share in their joy and celebrate their accomplishments.
Our successful, 20-year-old social model program for quality adult care focuses on the individual needs of your loved one, striving to maintain and improve the quality of their lives, while offering respite to families and caregivers.
3444 S Emerson StEnglewood, CO 80113
- TTY Toll Free: 866-327-8877
Learning Services' Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) rehabilitation programs are designed to provide individualized treatment programs for adults with brain injuries in a real life setting. Our programs offer a range of neuro-rehabilitation, neurobehavioral rehabilitation and supported living options. These programs provide therapeutic environments and functional based treatment designed for the individual needs of our residents, families, and financial partners.
- Contact Name
- Rene Mills
7201 W. Hampden AvenueLakewood, CO 80227
Pikes Peak Respite is a human service agency dedicated to providing compassionate and professional care. We provide respite care, mentorship, homemaker, community connections and advocacy services, and non-medical transportation to individuals of all ages and needs. PPRS accepts many forms of funding including Medicaid waivers, private insurance, Easter Seals, Adoption Exchange and private pay.
The King Adult Day Enrichment Program (KADEP) is a life-affirming day program for people with multiple sclerosis (MS), brain injury and other acquired neurological conditions. Our mission is to promote the functioning, wellness, independence and life enjoyment of younger adults, ages 18-65, with neurological challenges. Participants may choose from more than 65 weekly exercise, recreational, educational and personal development groups and outings. KADEP also offers plenty of opportunities for socializing and exploring personal interests. Providing weekday respite to caregivers, KADEP serves more than 170 participants and their families each week. Founded in 1991, KADEP is a program of the Rocky Mountain MS Center. For information about KADEP or to schedule a tour, please call 303-433-6887 or email KADEPinfo@mscenter.org
Roundup Fellowship serves people with developmental disabilities-recognizing their dignity, affirming their ability to contribute, and helping them become as productive and self-reliant as possible. Our array of services include: homes for children and adults, an on-ground school and day treatment program, supported-living apartments, a vocational program, community participation program, and in-home support for families. In every setting, Roundup seeks to enable each participant to develop the skills and attitudes needed to function at home, on the job, and in society.
- Contact Name
- Jim Vander Kamp
3443 South Galena Street, Suite 310Denver, CO 80231
Adding value to the lives of adults with special needs, especially "Stroke Victors", in Douglas County and surrounding counties by helping clients maintain independence and continue to function in the community for as long as possible. To these ends our Vision is to provide Adult Day Care services focused on holistic health maintenance including meaningful activity, projects that help others and the community, socialization and health status monitoring.
Zach's Place is a licensed child care facility that provides respite services for children ages 5 - 21 years who have disabilities. Services are available as needed by the parents/caregivers. Respite services are also available through our foster care program and through our Adult Services Residential Program. For assistance with Respite care for foster children contact Linda Ellegard, Executive Director at Lellegard@sksfcolorado.org. For assistance with residential respite care contact Annette Zarate at firstname.lastname@example.org. All programs are on a sliding fee scale and may be eligible through the Medicaid waiver.
We are an adult day program, part of McKee Medical Center. We are an activity based program promoting socialization, cognitive stimulation, exercise and nutritious meals.
Summit Adult Day Care and Wellness Center offers specialized day programs for the elderly, blind and disabled who live in Littleton and surrounding communities.
Our clients benefit from the array of services and and activities offered at Summit for their health, safety and enjoyment. Activities and services are specially designed to meet each persons unique needs.
We are a specialized adult day provider and our services support at-risk adults suffering from dementia, Parkinson's, MS, Traumatic Brain Injury and chronic mental illness.
The Summit staff is overseen by a Registered Nurse and is composed with experienced and loving activity professionals, Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA’s), as well as Qualified Medication Administration Personnel (QMAP’s).
We also provide transportation within a 5 mile radius and we now accept Medicaid.
At Summit, we are devoted to care for your loved ones well being and enjoyment, bridging the gap between generations to help caregivers keep their family at home.
Adult Day Care is a cost-effective alternative to other, long-term care choices. Medicaid recipients are eligible for our specialized adult day program.
CLIENT BENEFITS OF PROGRAM ATTENDANCE
Slows physical and mental deterioration and improves individual functioning
Prevents or delays the need for nursing home placement
Provides respite from caregiving responsibilities for families
Lessens feelings of isolation and depression
OUR PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Daily schedule of activities for socializing, developing friendships, and encouraging mental stimulation
Hobbies and special interests, such as music, dancing, gardening, arts and crafts, cards, games, and more available each day
Daily exercise to enhance health and happiness
Community outings, holiday celebrations, and birthday parties that turn ordinary days into special occasions
Serving Jefferson, Douglas, Arapahoe & Denver Counties
The Journey provides specialized adult days services for persons with brain injury or stroke Monday through Friday 9a-3p in Arvada. Members attending the day program will have a strong voice in activities and events planned. Activities may include bowling, fitness, community events or outings, creative expression such as arts, crafts, writing or music, cognitively challenging tasks and games, social interaction. The Journey is certified by the State of Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and accepts private payment as well as the Medicaid Brain Injury Waiver and Elderly, Blind and Disabled Waiver.
Day program for a diversely diagnosed adult population offering socialization, med management, exercise, music, dance, crafts, 1:1 and/ or group mental health sessions, life skills training and lots of laughter. Open M-T-TH 7:45-4:30ish Professional staff include NHA/LPN, Mental Health Therapist, Activity Aides and well trained (in a variety of DX) volunteers with a 1-4 ratio of staff/volunteers to participants.
We provide Respite Care, Homemaking Services, Personal Care Services, and Companionship in the home. We have an Adult Day Program with facility based activities as well as outings each day. We provide transportation. We provide these services to a wide range of physically and developmentally disabled individuals, including those with brain injuries.
Worldwide Adult Day Care's professionally trained staff work to provide a daily regimen of activities to keep your loved one’s healthy and engaged with the respect and dignity they deserve at this point in their lives. Their goal is to focus on enriching the participant's lives, building upon their skills, knowledge, and unique abilities and strengths.
Worldwide Adult Day Care is proud to offer the following services: A safe and SECURE enviroment for your loved one to spend the day; Administration of medications; Individualized daily excercise routines/stretching support; Individualized mental stimulation activities and games; Transportation to and from your home, including appointments; Nutritious meals, snacks and beverages provided (Consult the Center about special dietary needs); Encouraging and supportive peer support and socialization exercises.