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Our Mission

To provide quality adult health day care for persons with Alzheimer's and for others requiring supervised care.

 

Our Values

  • We value the provision of a healthy physical, emotional, social, and spiritual experience at the Adult Care Center for both the participants and caregivers.
  • We value and respect the dignity of each participant.
  • We value collaboration among staff, caregivers, individuals and organizations.
  • We value learning, teaching and advancing the understanding and treatment of Alzheimer's and related disorders.
  • We value individual attention and personalized care for every participant.
  • We value our staff and volunteers.

History

The Adult Care Center is a non-profit organization that first offered part-time (one afternoon per week) adult care services in August 1993 at First Christian Church in Winchester.

 

In February 1994, the Center moved to Braddock Street United Methodist Church in Winchester and began full-time operation.

 

In March 2012, the Center relocated to the Snapp Foundry Building in the Our Health Complex at 411 N. Cameron St. in Winchester.

To-date, the Center has served several hundred participants ranging in age from 23 to 94 with diagnoses ranging from a fractured hip to Alzheimer's disease (our most prevalent diagnosis).

 

Throughout its years of service, the Adult Care Center has maintained a reputation of providing quality personalized care to its participants while offering energetic activity programs that are both recreational and therapeutic.

 

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Memberships

 

The Adult Care Center is a member of the following organizations:

  • Virginia Adult Day Health Services Association
  • National Adult Day Services Association
  • Alzheimer's Foundation of America
  • Top of Virginia Regional Chamber
  • United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley (Partner)

www.unitedwaynsv.org

We are also listed on the following site:  ShenandoahValleyWeb.com.

 

Professional Publications

 

"Functions of Music Therapy for Persons with Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders:  Model Demonstration Program in Adult Day Healthcare."  Michael J. Rohrbacher, Ph.D., MT-BC, Project Manager.