Caring for Adults is What We Care About!
Rated #1 Senior Day Care in Monmouth County!
We Care Adult Care, Inc. is adult day care that has been making the lives of seniors more enjoyable and stimulating for over 12 years. It’s a happy haven where every day feels like a holiday. Crafts, music, catered lunch, games, all under nurse supervision – all to make each day a special one.
We Care Adult Care, Inc. was opened in 2000 by Registered Nurses Tracey Christenson Wolfman, RN, MA and Dawn Johnson, RNC, BSN to fulfill their passion for providing superior care for the elderly. Both are expert speakers about adult day care and caregivers specializing in the elderly with a focus on Alzheimer’s disease. Their center stands alone in its reputation for providing a home-like setting with a caring, compassionate, and engaging program.
We Care Adult Care, Inc. is managed by a dynamic team of health care professionals with over 20 years experience in meeting the medical and social needs of the elderly population, including those with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia.
Our Promise to You is to provide the best of health, social and support services for your loved one who may require supervision, increase social interaction, and/or assistance with daily living activities.
Please visit us, meet our staff and attentive caregivers and you will see why “We Care” is our name.
What Are the Benefits of Adult Day Care?
Adult day care centers promote a senior’s ability to remain independent longer by supplementing the assistance they receive from family caregivers with a unique program of health care services and activities.
Better Emotional Health
Participants in adult day care services experience less boredom, anxiety and depression. They tend to be more positive and alert which can actually improve overall health and well-being.
Benefits for Caregivers
The benefits for caregivers are numerous. Caregivers will worry less with the benefit of more time to complete personal tasks and career responsibilities. Plus, they receive a temporary break from the demands of care giving.