Here are some many of the common questions that we receive. If you still have questions just give us a call. We will be happy to answer any questions you have.

Who is eligible to attend?

Any adult age 18 or older who needs socialization during the day instead of being isolated at home or who cannot be left at home alone because of an illness or disability.

Is there any illness you can’t care for?

Is there any illness you can’t care for?
No. As long as a person can live at home, in a nursing home, or at hospice, that person can attend Comfort Adult Day center.

Are you able to care for people who are incontinent?

Yes. Participants receive as much assistance as they need while maintaining dignity.

Are you able to care for people with difficult behaviors or who are aggressive?
Yes. Comfort Adult Day Care uses the “behavior acceptance” philosophy that has been adopted in national standards for care of people with dementia. Comfort Adult Day Care does not turn anyone away because of diagnosis. The staff’s extensive training and understanding of “behavior acceptance” makes it possible for almost anyone to attend Comfort Adult Day Care. The atmosphere of care and acceptance usually eliminates aggressive behaviors. It is amazing what a staff practicing “behavior acceptance” can do. In the rare circumstance, after a trial period, if the person is a threat to someone else or to himself, Comfort Adult Day Care will help the family find other alternatives.

Are you able to care for people who wander?

Yes. Comfort Adult Day Care facilities are designed with alarmed exits, but the staff is trained to prevent wandering. Because of the stimulating environment, wandering is usually not an issue.

How much does it cost?

Fees are based on the level of care the person needs and are charged per day the person schedules. A potential participant may come for a trial visit. During that time, the staff will assess how much care the person needs. When the family returns to pick up the person, members of the staff will discuss the assessment and tell the family the exact fee. There is no obligation after that. Most families find it very affordable – certainly cheaper than an in-home aide who just “sits” with a person.

Is a physician’s referral required?

No, a doctor’s referral is not required.

How do I get started?

Just call to set a time for the a visit: 303-632-6794 for the Comfort Adult Day Care center in Aurora, CO

Do I have to come every day?

No. You choose the days and the hours that suit your schedule.

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