Due to the ongoing Covid situation and to protect the safety of the people we serve, Adult Day is temporarily closed. If you need in home assistance, please visit our Personal Care page for more information.
In our Adult Day Services, elderly adults and individuals with medical or physical disabilities take part in social and recreational activities in a safe and structured environment. This daytime care program is designed for families with aging parents, an ailing spouse or family member with physical disabilities who aren’t able to stay home alone safely during the day.
Help for Working Caregivers
Adult Day Services enables caregivers to work outside the home, or receive respite from round-the-clock caregiving, knowing their loved one is in a secure and well-supervised environment. Trained staff members engage participants throughout the day in a variety of interesting and fun activities and community outings, while providing assistance with personal care needs.
Benefits for Elderly Participants
It’s important for seniors to stay active and not become lonely or depressed as they age. Taking part in Adult Day Services provides companionship and social interaction that helps participants avoid the loneliness of spending their days at home by themselves. It also gives them the opportunity to do something away from their caregivers, helping restore feelings of independence they may have lost when they started needing assistance.
The Best Daytime Care Possible
Adult Day Services helps caregivers provide the best care possible for a spouse, parent, adult child or other loved one who needs assistance during the day. We provide
• A licensed program
• Well-trained, caring staff
• Nutritious meals and snacks
• Health monitoring
• Assistance with eating and personal hygiene
• Established safety and emergency procedures
• Transportation services if needed
• Affordable fees
Helping elderly adults and individuals with medical or physical disabilities stay active and as independent as possible is an important part of Easterseals-Goodwill’s work in the community.
Easterseals-Goodwill also offers in-home health care and personal care services to help seniors and adults with medical and physical disabilities continue living independently
Next Steps for Caregivers
If your loved one needs a safe, caring and well-supervised place to spend the day while you work, or to give you a much needed break from caregiving, our director Mary Kunkel would love to visit with you.
Give Mary a call at 406-791-4350 with any questions you might have. If you feel our Adult Day Services could be a good fit, schedule a time to come and tour our facility. You’re welcome to bring your loved one along, or you can make arrangements for them to spend part or all of a day with us at a later time if that’s helpful.
Adult Day Services
Easterseals-Goodwill Adult Day Services is licensed as a Residential Health Care Facility –License No. 11995. This license is Issued by the Licensure Bureau, Quality Assurance Division, Department of Public Health and Human Services, State of Montana.
In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 202250-9410, or call (202) 720-5964 (voice or TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.