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There are about 17 adult day care providers in South Dakota.

Cities in South Dakota

Aberdeen
Brookings
Bryant
Canistota
Clear Lake
De Smet
Freeman
Howard
Huron
Madison
Menno
Rapid City
Sioux Falls
Spearfish
Tripp
Wagner
Yankton

Latest updates in South Dakota Adult Daycare Database:

Freeman Regional Health Services - Adult Day Services Program
510 E. 8th St.
Freeman SD 57029
(605) 925-4000
Freeman Regional Health Services offers an Adult Day Services Program under the auspices of Oakview Terrace's Activities Department. This is a community based program that assists adults in need of supportive services so they may remain as active and independent as possible. Services for clients of this program include supervision in a safe environment, transportation within Freeman, health monitoring, diet accommodated meals and snacks, activities and socialization. This program also benefits the caregivers, giving them an opportunity to run errands without worry, knowing their loved one is in a safe environment. The cost of Adult Day Services is calculated on an individual basis, depending on a person's age and financial situation. The cost is discussed in further detail during the initial interview. Adult Day Services is a flat private pay rate unless the client has long term care insurance that would help cover the cost.
K.O. Lee Adult Day Health Center
1403 15th Avenue Southeast
Aberdeen SD 57401
(605) 225-7602
We look forward to continuing to provide comprehensive, affordable and exceptional care with these new and innovative services. The Adult Day Health Center at Bethesda, provides customized care for individuals, so that they can stay in their home environment longer. This is the first program of it's kind in northeast South Dakota and offers a new alternative to assisted living and nursing home care. If you or someone you know is interested in the new Adult Day Health Center services, please contact us anytime!
WRIL Adult Day Services (Rapid City)
4110 Winfield Street
Rapid City SD 57701
(605) 791-3383
Western Resources for Independent Living (WRIL) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization providing services to support individuals with disabilities in their efforts to live independently. Independent living is being in control of your own life, taking responsibility for your actions, taking risks, and either failing or succeeding on your own terms. It means participating in community life and pursuing activities based entirely upon self-determined interests and preferences. To support these goals, WRIL helps individuals of all ages with all types of disabilities to obtain whatever services they need to preserve their right to choose, and to fully and equally participate in society. Each year, our staff provides direct services to approximately 460 people with disabilities. Presently, we have a staff of eight employees which include an Executive Director, a Finance Manager, two part-time Administrative Assistants, and five Independent Living Specialists. The staff is responsible to travel western South Dakota which runs approximately 263 miles east and west and approximately 250 miles north and south which covers 30,540 square miles bordering North Dakota, Wyoming, and Nebraska. As an organization founded by people with disabilities, WRIL understands the challenges faced by people with disabilities. This motivates us to achieve immediate and long-term solutions by assisting individuals with finding affordable and accessible housing, equipping a home with assistive technologies, or enhancing independent living skills. WRIL opened an Adult Day Service facility in November 2012.
Avera Sacred Heart Adult Day Services
2111 W. 11th St.
Yankton SD 57078
(605) 668-8625
Adult Day Service Is Designed For Persons Who: Do not require 24-hour nursing home care; Are experiencing isolation or loneliness; Are experiencing some confusion and/or suffering occasional memory loss; Need their health and medications monitored; Need assistance coping due to the aging process; Have a need for supervision; Need assistance with Activities of Daily Living; Have a desire to continue to grow mentally, socially and spiritually; Have any other special needs
Good Samaritan Society - Wagner (Adult Day Services)
515 W. Hwy. 46
Wagner SD 57380
(605) 384-3661
Adult day services are designed to help adults remain in their own homes for as long as possible. Participants socialize, enjoy peer support and receive health and social services in a stimulating and supportive environment that promotes physical and mental health. Adult day services provide respite services that enable primary caregivers to work or pursue other daytime activities. Many agencies are conveniently located near assisted living and skilled nursing centers so if more care is needed, it will be available.
Good Samaritan Society - Canistota (Adult Day Services)
700 W. Main St.
Canistota SD 57012
(605) 296-3442
Adult day services are designed to help adults remain in their own homes for as long as possible. Participants socialize, enjoy peer support and receive health and social services in a stimulating and supportive environment that promotes physical and mental health. Adult day services provide respite services that enable primary caregivers to work or pursue other daytime activities. Many agencies are conveniently located near assisted living and skilled nursing centers so if more care is needed, it will be available.
Good Samaritan Society - Tripp (Adult Day Services)
300 N. Dobson St.
Tripp SD 57376
(605) 935-6101
Adult day services are designed to help adults remain in their own homes for as long as possible. Participants socialize, enjoy peer support and receive health and social services in a stimulating and supportive environment that promotes physical and mental health. Adult day services provide respite services that enable primary caregivers to work or pursue other daytime activities. Many agencies are conveniently located near assisted living and skilled nursing centers so if more care is needed, it will be available.
Good Samaritan Society - De Smet (Adult Day Services)
411 Calumet Ave. N.W.
De Smet SD 57231
(605) 854-3327
Adult day services are designed to help adults remain in their own homes for as long as possible. Participants socialize, enjoy peer support and receive health and social services in a stimulating and supportive environment that promotes physical and mental health. Adult day services provide respite services that enable primary caregivers to work or pursue other daytime activities. Many agencies are conveniently located near assisted living and skilled nursing centers so if more care is needed, it will be available.
Good Samaritan Society - Howard (Adult Day Services)
300 W. Hazel Ave.
Howard SD 57349
(605) 772-4481
The adult day services program is designed to help adults remain in their own homes for as long as possible. Adult Day Services provides a needed respite that enables the primary caregiver to work or pursue other daytime activities.
Parkview Care Center - Respite Care and Adult Day Care
303 6th Ave W
Bryant SD 57221
(605) 628-2771
Caring for a family member 24 hours per day can be a challenge and services of Adult Day care and Respite care gives the caregivers a much deserved break for a rest or a vacation.
United Living Community - Adult Daycare Service
405 First Ave.
Brookings SD 57006
(605) 692-5351
Our Adult Daycare Service is great for seniors who are still able to live at home but need assistance with daily living skills. Adult Daycare Service allows caregivers to maintain a daily schedule, such as running errands or going to work, while knowing that their loved one is in a safe and engaging environment. Services are provided during the day and/or evening in a group setting and seniors then return to their home at the end of the night. Seniors who participate in our Adult Daycare Service program will receive health, social and support services in addition to time filled with enjoyable and social activities. Our Adult Daycare Service is another program in our continuum of care designed to keep seniors in their home as long as possible. Adult Daycare Service works best when seniors who attend are still social and interested in activity. Early involvement in this program can help keep seniors active and involved. Having participated in Adult Daycare Service can also be valuable if the senior must transition into a nursing home at some point, as he or she will already have some familiarity with the facility. Seniors must have a physician's order to take part in this service.
WRIL Adult Day Services (Spearfish)
420 Oriole Drive
Spearfish SD 57783
(605) 717-0800
Western Resources for Independent Living (WRIL) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization providing services to support individuals with disabilities in their efforts to live independently. Independent living is being in control of your own life, taking responsibility for your actions, taking risks, and either failing or succeeding on your own terms. It means participating in community life and pursuing activities based entirely upon self-determined interests and preferences. To support these goals, WRIL helps individuals of all ages with all types of disabilities to obtain whatever services they need to preserve their right to choose, and to fully and equally participate in society. Each year, our staff provides direct services to approximately 460 people with disabilities. Presently, we have a staff of eight employees which include an Executive Director, a Finance Manager, two part-time Administrative Assistants, and five Independent Living Specialists. The staff is responsible to travel western South Dakota which runs approximately 263 miles east and west and approximately 250 miles north and south which covers 30,540 square miles bordering North Dakota, Wyoming, and Nebraska. As an organization founded by people with disabilities, WRIL understands the challenges faced by people with disabilities. This motivates us to achieve immediate and long-term solutions by assisting individuals with finding affordable and accessible housing, equipping a home with assistive technologies, or enhancing independent living skills. WRIL opened an Adult Day Service facility in November 2012.
Bethel Lutheran Home, Inc. - New Hope
1001 South Egan Ave.
Madison SD 57042
(605) 256-4936
New Hope is an intergenerational day program that provides service to aging adults and to children. New Hope is certified by the state of South Dakota as an Older Americans Act Title IIIB Adult Day Service program. This service is available to all regardless of race, nationality or creed. The participant to staff ratio is kept low with no more than five participants to one staff person. This helps to keep the program individualized to better meet the needs of each participant of the program. A well-balanced program of activities is provided which includes intergenerational activities. A menu prepared by the Bethel Home dietary staff is served to the participants of New Hope. Provisions are made for those on special diets. Should an adult participant of New Hope need other services within the Bethel Community, they are given priority consideration for admission into the apartments, the assisted living facility or the nursing facility.
Good Samaritan Society - Deuel County (Adult Day Services)
913 Colonel Pete St.
Clear Lake SD 57226
(605) 874-2159
Adult day services are designed to help adults remain in their own homes for as long as possible. Participants socialize, enjoy peer support and receive health and social services in a stimulating and supportive environment that promotes physical and mental health. Adult day services provide respite services that enable primary caregivers to work or pursue other daytime activities. Many agencies are conveniently located near assisted living and skilled nursing centers so if more care is needed, it will be available.
Active Generations - Day Break Adult Day Services
2300 West 46th Street
Sioux Falls SD 57105
(605) 336-6751
Day Break is a program that enables adults of all ages to maintain their independence by providing a safe, home-like environment in a community group setting that offers therapeutic activities, exercise, healthcare, and nutrition services. Those that participate in this program can expect a day full of activities that promote social, physical, and emotional well-being. Day Break provides respite for caregivers so they are able to continue working or relax and take time for themselves.
Menno-Olivet Care Center - Adult Day
402 South Pine
Menno SD 57045
(605) 387-5139
Menno-Olivet Care Center was made over 30 years ago. People from all different churches decided there needed to be a nursing Home in the Menno-Olivet region. Records are found as early as April 1967 to organized a steering committee, this committee was made up at people in the churches of the Menno-Olivet region. This committee gathered information regarding size, building structure, operation and financing by consulting and visiting other nursing homes of similar size. Chairman Bender, Edwin Aisenbrey, and the rest of the committee did a survey in the Menno-Olivet area too see in the community felt the need for a nursing home. 92% voted in favor of the new nursing home. As the votes were counted and by a land slide the Menno-Olivet care center was built.
Huron Adult Day Center
290 7th St. SW
Huron SD 57350
(605) 353-1726
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