Adult Day Services

Become a Friend of CADES

WHO IS A FRIEND of CADES?

· A friend supports CADES through a campaign of annual giving of $100 or more

·  Giving is accessible through levels of contributions:  Individual or Corporate

· Friends spread the word about CADES throughout the community and will receive special CADES promotional items

· Friends will be recognized at community events as they wish

 

WHAT DIFFERENCE WILL MY MEMBERSHIP MAKE?

· By giving to CADES, you make it possible for us to continue to offer affordable fees to our families

· Your giving helps us expand therapeutic programming and support for our caregivers

· By spreading the word about CADES through stories and using our logo items, you increase visibility in the community and help us reach more families who need our services

 

HOW CAN I BECOME A FRIEND?

Donate below or Call 865-675-2835 for more information!

 

CADES

Concord Adult Day Enrichment Services (CADES) began operation in 2005 as a community service to area elderly regardless of religious affiliation. It is a daytime structured program of services and activities for senior adults in need of care, social contact, and supervision because of either physical or mental functioning impairments. CADES provides a safe, nurturing and caring home-like atmosphere for participants, and also provides support, education and respite for caregivers. CADES is licensed by the State of Tennessee Department of Human Services to conduct and maintain an adult day care center.

Monday thru Friday

8:30 am to 5:30 pm

 

Participants may attend 2, 3,4,or 5 days per week

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Admission Criteria

-Ambulatory or semi-ambulatory

-Capable of basic self-care

-Continent or manageable incontinence

-Able to adapt to group setting

Admission Process

Self-referral, physician referral, or community referral. Scheduled assessment interview with participant and caregiver. Medical examination report required upon enrollment.

Services Provided

Staff are trained in dementia specific interventions, including exercise, active and passive games, discussion groups, reminiscent therapy, current events, music therapy, pet visits, arts and crafts, intergenerational contact, gardening, travelogues, guest speakers, educational programs, catered lunch by CUMC, snacks and nutritional support.

 

Field training site for various area student interns in the fields of nursing, social work and occupational therapy.

 

FEES:

$75 Assessment Fee

$71 Daily Fee

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Celia Gruzalski

Executive Director

Genna Minihan

Program Director


INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY

You can access our weather closings or late openings by calling CADES at 865-675-2835 to hear our weather message. Please call before coming in to confirm.