A New Approach to Your Health and Well-being
Still Waters is pleased to offer Personal Wellness services for guests who attend either Center. This program is a natural extension of our commitment to person-centered care, improved well-being, and a better quality of life for those entrusted to our care. It is designed to combine the best of our socially-stimulating adult day environment with individualized care – all at a very affordable price.
Personal Wellness provides a continuum of care for those who have completed an in-patient hospital or rehab stay, or a program of Occupational or Physical Therapy (at Still Waters or another out-patient facility). This program is designed to help them avoid “losing ground” once those services end. Others folks may benefit from the program so they can be more active, keep up a favorite hobby, or enjoy more independence. Personal Wellness services can help them set and achieve their own goals through one-on-one coaching and supervision.
Each 30-60 minute Personal Wellness session is planned based on the individual’s needs, existing conditions, and interests. Sessions are held at the Center with a staff personal working closely to offer encouragement, motivation, and safety. Personal Wellness can be used to gain strength and mobility, to improve mood, or to help reach goals set by your health care provider.
Some examples of activities in a Personal Wellness session:
Outdoor activities including bird feeding, nature walks, leaf raking, or gardening
Strengthening, stretching, or balance exercises
Sports including billiards, putting, basketball, or corn hole
Working on puzzles or cognitive games
Dancing or singing with a partner
Laundry helper activities including sorting and folding
Meal prep activities including rolling silverware or setting tables
Card games for two
Hobbies including sewing, knitting, or working with tools
*The Personal Wellness program is not physician-directed and is not covered by Medicare or health insurance. Prior to enrolling, each participant is required to have a Personal Wellness Assessment and develop a plan of care.
For more information, refer to the Personal Wellness Program Information Sheet or contact your Center.