The Oklahoma State Department of Health is permitting Adult Day Health Centers (ADH) to reopen with limited capacities. All of LIFE's Adult Day Health locations are now reopened. Participants can attend ADH a few days a week, or daily, Monday - Friday. Call (918) 664-9000 for more information.
About LIFE's Adult Day Health Centers
LIFE's Adult Day Health Centers provide care for seniors and other
adults in a safe, friendly and supportive setting, enabling family
caregivers to find a healthy balance between work, home and the
responsibilities of being a caregiver.
While family caregivers are at work, running errands or taking a break, program participants are enjoying a day filled with friends, laughter and enriching activities that foster self-esteem and a positive outlook. Health monitoring and personal care needs are met with compassion and dignity.
Adult Day Health programs are proven to be a cost-effective care option that delay or even avoid altogether the need for nursing home placement.
LIFE's three Adult Day Health locations in Tulsa and Broken
Arrow are nationally CARF-accredited adult day providers
for demonstrating a commitment to service quality and the satisfaction of persons-served.
Cook, Eat, Repeat! To stock the beautiful new demonstration kitchen at our Central Adult Day Health location, we've created an Adult Day Demonstration Kitchen Registry through Walmart. Click here to see the list of kitchen supplies needed for participants to bake, simmer and serve with a little help from you.
Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
LIFE's Adult Day Health centers are nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Founded in 1966, CARF is a private nonprofit organization with internationally accepted standards that promote excellence in services and establishes consumer-focused standards to help organizations measure and improve the quality, value and outcomes of their programs and services.
For more information about CARF accreditation, visit their website www.carf.org.