Activities of Daily Living
Rophe Healthcare Adult Day Service Center is designed especially for older adults who want to remain in the community but who cannot be home alone during the day due to a physical, social and/or mental impairment. Adult day service also provides respite for family caregivers, especially those who are employed outside the home, and socialization for isolated older adults. Services offered in adult day service centers include health, medication supervision, personal care and recreational/therapeutic activities. Nutrition management is important for maintaining good brain functioning. We assist the client/family with making healthy meal choices as well as locating additional resources to support the client’s nutritional deficits. (www.illinois.gov/aging)
Our staff are trained to assist with activities of daily living in the areas of feeding, toileting, continence and transferring if support is needed in the home.
Activities of Daily Living
Bringing Energy, Enthusiasm, and Enlargement to the community.
Care coordination is the deliberate organization of client care activities between two or more participants (including the client) involved in a client’s care to facilitate the appropriate delivery of health care services. (www.ahrq.gov)
Our staff will perform routine assessments to assure the goals of each care plan are on target to meet.
Activities & Care Coordination
Referrals for Community Resources
We will make referrals to organizations that specialize in supporting our seniors.
Health and Wellness
We will accompany our clients to their medical appointments upon request.
We accompany out clients to their medical appointments upon request.
The Illinois Veterans Administration provide an array of services to eligible veterans.
Their mission is to assist veterans with navigating the system of federal state and local resources and benefits; provide long-term health care for eligible veterans in our Veterans’ Homes; partner with other agencies and non-profits to help veterans address education, mental health, housing, employment, and other challenges. (www.illinois.gov/veterans)
We will make appropriate referrals on behalf of any of our veteran clients with the focus of closing any holistic gaps.
We honor our aging veterans.
The Illinois Department of Aging provides senior social services through a Senior Help Line. These services range from Care Coordination to Adult Protective services. (www.illinois.gov/aging)
We will provide our clients with an intake assessment to assure there are not any social services missing from their current care plan. We will also conduct the same assessment every 90 days, post hospitalization, and at the onset of any life changing events.