What We Offer
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We put our participants above all else, striving to make every day their Best Day Ever. We embrace joy in the moment, focusing not on the memories and abilities lost, but on what your loved one can still celebrate and do!
Our staff serve with integrity, creativity, and love. Our direct care team includes a registered nurse, trained personal care assistants, activities coordinator, social worker, art instructors, and music instructors.
We provide a safe and welcoming environment and respect and value all people. Our facility is not drab, boring, or clinical. It is clean and bright. There is much joy within these walls! You can have peace of mind that your loved one is safe in our care.
We offer creative, age-appropriate activities. Every interaction is a chance to show our participants they are valued for their life experience. Participants are placed in 1 of 5 activity groups, based on their cognitive abilities. This ensures activities are fun but not frustrating.
Every day, we serve breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack. Our kitchen team creates meals that are nutritionally balanced, undeniably delicious, and beautifully presented.
Thanks to partnerships with organizations like Creative Aging, Mid-South Therapy Dogs, and New Day Children’s Theater, we are able to provide concerts, demonstrations from local artists, intergenerational programming, therapy donkey visits, and more!
We offer personal care services for a reasonable fee: bathing, showering, home-style hair care, and shaving. Thanks to a generous grant from our friends at The Pat Summitt Foundation Fund, we have a state of the art whirlpool tub. Your loved one will leave the Summitt Spa clean and refreshed!
Our therapy dog, Daisy, comes to the Center for work every day. She is always available for an impromptu therapy session. Daisy is an excellent listener, cuddler, and friend.
Fun & Friendship
Have we mentioned we have fun? Often families report that before coming to Page Robbins, their loved one spent days home alone in front of the TV – bored, isolated, and lonely. Your loved one will be among friends here. And there’s nothing boring about a day at Page Robbins!
“The Page Robbins Adult Day Center team provides a day full of activity, engagement and fun. This socialization in many ways is the treatment for memory loss – it fights depression, supports good health and keeps the participant in the swing of life. I’m enormously impressed with Page Robbins – its people and program are a tremendous asset for your community.”
David Troxel, MPH, co-author of The Best Friends Approach to Alzheimer’s Care
“Words cannot express how thankful we are for you guys. We are truly blessed to have had the opportunity to have Mom spend time at Page Robbins, not only for us to have a break, but because she was happy to be there. We saw such an improvement with her mood and even her activity level after she started going to Page Robbins. We are forever grateful.”