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Caring for older adults like our own family

GESMV Senior Services

As families grow and retirement replaces work for seniors, challenges are still part of the picture. Senior services provide solutions to the growing needs of older adults. Senior services offer the programs, support and outreach to ensure our seniors are safe, healthy, and thriving.

Call 937-461-4800
GESMV Senior Services
Adult Day Services and Respite Care

Adult Day Services and Respite Care

As the nation’s leader in providing person-centered adult day services, Easter Seals understands the need to care for an aging spouse or family member. We recognize the challenges of caring for a loved one with dementia and your need for support and time for yourself. As an Easter Seals Adult Day Services provider, we partner with you and your loved one on this journey, celebrate every progress made, and are there to offer support and assistance when physical or mental abilities become diminished.

Our programs feature:

Enriching activities (games, crafts, physical fitness, and more)
Nutritious meals
Registered Nurse on premises
Certified dementia practitioners
Transportation to and from program
Easter Seals Adult Day Services - Brain Fitness Program

Locations:

  • Piqua 937-778-3680
  • Dayton 937-275-4626
  • Beavercreek 937-912-0320
  • Springfield 937-505-6870
  • Lima 419-221-1795
Group of happy elderly ladies in a seniors gym doing hand coordination exercises throwing and catching brightly colored plastic balls as they sit in their chairs.

Memory Resource Center

The Memory Resource Center offers a safe, relationship-centered environment that focuses on the unique and changing needs of persons with dementia. It provides the opportunity for caregivers to socially connect to other caregivers who understand their specific challenges.

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A Matter of Balance

Many older adults experience concerns about falling and restrict their activities. A Matter of Balance is an award- winning program designed to manage falls and increase activity levels. The program emphasizes practical strategies to accomplish personal goals.

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Brain Fitness Program

This cognitive wellness program is available for adults 18 years and older with normal, mild, or moderate cognitive impairment from brain injury, stroke, and/or dementia. Program members participate in physically and mentally stimulating activities, including computer exercises, group activities, and physical exercise.

Vision Services

Individuals with low vision or blindness have access to professional assessments and learning opportunities, allowing for personal growth and greater independence. Services include cane training, basic navigation, workplace accessibility, and computer-assisted software to aid with online reading.

Call 937-528-6323

Transportation

The GoodRides program provides door-to-door medical and nonmedical transportation services to persons with a disability or those who are economically disadvantaged and live in Allen County and surrounding areas. Transportation provided to doctor appointments, employment, therapy, and even social outings.

Call 419-991-4940 (Allen Co. area only)

Employment

The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) provides job training and employment opportunities for seniors age 55 and older with a limited income who may be facing barriers, or lack of confidence or skills, in getting back into today’s workforce. Seniors will be provided employment training and can earn while they learn through this program.

Call 937-528-6540

Personal/In-Home Care

In-home care services ease the burden of daily routines for individuals who are caring for an aging or dependent loved one. This service provides personalized and supportive assistance necessary to carry out daily personal care and/or household responsibilities. In-home care services provide wrap-around care for participants attending Easter Seals Adult Day Services in Piqua, Dayton, Beavercreek or Springfield.

Call 937-461-4800

Transition from Nursing Homes

Our HOME Choice Program assists people of all ages with disabilities who currently reside in long-term care facilities with options for transitioning into housing in their community. Long-term care facilities can include nursing homes, immediate care facilities for persons with developmental disabilities, residential facilities for children, and hospitals. HOME Choice offers the participant greater choice and control over the services they receive in their home setting.

Call 937-528-6384