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Step 1: Take a Tour

If you are looking to enroll your loved one, you can set up a time to tour in-person. If you are not vaccinated, you will be required to wear a mask. All guests are required to follow our COVID protocols and must be able to answer the COVID Questions appropriately (Read up on our COVID protocols). Tours must be scheduled in advance. We serve a very vulnerable population and are doing everything we can to keep them safe. Call or email Sheri Wammack at 901-854-1200 or sheri@pagerobbins.org to schedule a tour.

Pro Tip!

Before you tour, check out our Frequently Asked Questions, browse videos on this YouTube playlist to see us in action, and learn more about our rates (below). You will be extra prepared!

Daily Rates

attending 2-4 days/week

$74.22/day

attending 5 days/week (10% discount)

$66.80/day

attending 2-4 days/week

$86.87/day

attending 5 days/week (10% discount)

$78.18/day

attending 2-4 days/week

$97.48/day

attending 5 days/week (10% discount)

$87.73/day

Step 2: Fill Out Paperwork

Fill out an application and physician’s form. You can download and print these yourself or pick them up at the Center. Just park under the portico and call us when you get here. We will bring the forms to your car.

These forms must be turned in before the assessment can be scheduled. All new clients, who have not been vaccinated, must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test before entering the building.

For the Physician’s Form, a visit to your loved one’s doctor may not be necessary. You may be able to have the form completed through fax or email, depending on your physician’s preference and how much time has passed since your loved one’s last appointment. Any physician who has good knowledge of your loved one’s medical history can complete the form.

Step 3: Schedule an Assessment

Paperwork must be completed and submitted for an assessment to be scheduled. And if your loved one has not been vaccinated, we must receive proof of a negative COVID-19 test for them prior to the assessment. (We will schedule the COVID-19 test for you.)

Assessments last around 2 hours (usually from 10:30 am to 12:15 pm) and are scheduled with Sheri Wammack, our Program Director. During this meeting, the primary caregiver will meet with Sheri to discuss the admission paperwork and level of care, and the potential client will participate in an activity and have lunch.

After the assessment, your loved one can start as soon as the next day (depending on the days of the week they are scheduled to attend).