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DDAC Quick Facts
Did you know:
- Our staff has personal experience caring for special needs adults.
- Our clients can enjoy fresh produce grown in our garden.
- We use and teach sign language.
- We provide care Monday-Friday from 8AM to 4:30PM, extended hours available as needed.
Our Wish List
We can always find use for these items.br>
- Pots and pans
- Paper plates
- Plastic dishes
- Paper cups
- Kitchen utensils
- Office supplies (pens, paper, note pads, copy paper)
- Tea pitchers
*We gladly accept gently used items.
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- Ten Red Cross Tips for Safety in Cold Weather
- REMINDER: Open Enrollment Starting Monday 11-9 Through Friday 11-13
- New Photos Added to Photo Gallery 10/6/2015
- Did you know?… Divine Destiny Proudly Accepts Veterans for Adult Care Services
- UPCOMING EVENT: November 9th through 13th of 2015 is Open Enrollment
“The support group meetings have become my lifeline—just knowing that I am not alone in this journey helps me get through these long and difficult nights.” - Lois U., Caregiver Click here to view our Caregivers Session Calendar.
Tag Archives: Activities for Alzheimer’s Patients
The weekend is a time to wind down and attend to activities that may have been overlooked during the rest of the week. People with Alzheimer’s can still be very capable and active during the weekend. While a people with … Continue reading
This video gives very helpful tips to communicate with Alzheimer’s patients in a real and significant way. One way to make the connection with Alzheimer’s patients is to use old family pictures or take photos of the patients. Ask them … Continue reading
A rainy day often means staying inside due to the weather. Your loved one with Alzheimer’s may enjoy your current rainy weather activities, but it is good to add some new activities once in a while. Keep reading to find … Continue reading
Keeping the brain active is a way to retain cognitive ability and even delay the effects of Alzheimer’s and dementia. Challenging your mind with puzzles, social situations and new places will help form more connections among brain cells. Learning new … Continue reading
Just because a person has Alzheimer’s or other dementia does not mean that he or she has to sit around with nothing to do. There are many activities someone with Alzheimer’s can still complete with success. Modifications of some type … Continue reading