• New Senior Activities Center Open in Beavercreek

    New Senior Activites Center Open in Beavercreek
    Acclaim Senior Activities Center is a Non-Profit Organization located at 3878 Indian Ripple Road in Beavercreek, Ohio. This center is a non-residential facility that supports the health, nutritional, social, and daily living needs of any aging adult 65 years of age and older in professionally staffed group settings.  Acclaim Senior Activities Center can be utilized for a short-term or long-term period.  This center is convenient for adults who are needing transitional care following hospital discharge or for caregivers requiring assistance for their loved ones while they are away at work. Acclaim Senior Activities Center specializes in providing services to the aging adult who is mentally, socially, and physically disabled. Individuals living with Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are welcome. Specific plans of care are designed to meet each individual’s needs for a successful goal outcome. The staff at Acclaim Senior Activities Center is highly skilled and trained in providing appropriate care to the fastest growing population in America; our Seniors.
    Our Purpose
    The purpose of this project will contribute to changing the lives of many individuals who plan to take part in a positive, rewarding, and growing healthcare industry.  Acclaim Senior Activities Center is not only a center that aids the aging individual 65 years of age and older, it provides assistance and relief for caregiver/s as well.  With love, empathy, understanding, compassion, and respect administered at Acclaim Senior Activities Center, families and caregivers are left with a piece of mind knowing their loved one is in the care of professionals who believe in providing quality and safe care. Our center ensures to offer amenities associated with the increase of socialization skills, self-esteem, and enjoyment for all clients.
    Our Mission
    The mission of Acclaim Senior Activities Center will focus on providing amenities that continue to promote independence and recreational activities to the senior population in our communities. Our goal is to respect and support each senior’s physical, emotional, social and cognitive preferences, while enabling them to enjoy positive experiences in a day center setting.
    Our Objective
    Acclaim Senior Activities Center provide optimal amenities that will enhance the aging adult’s alertness, safety awareness, overall strength and endurance, nutrition, and cognition.  This program will assist with fall prevention through reinforced education and training to clients and caregivers. Having this community participate in such a program, will assist in the recognition of pre-existing signs of illnesses, dementia, or other health related issues that can result in hospitalizations. The staff will work closely with these individuals while analyzing their safety awareness during all recreational activities and Activities of Daily Living (ADLs).  The staff of Acclaim Senior Activities Center should recognize that anyone in the facility utilizing a wheelchair, walker, or ambulating independently is safe and free from injury and harm.  Assuring that all these needs are assessed regularly, this will decrease hospitalizations, costs associated with surgery and rehabilitation due to falls, and increase the elderly’s overall mental capabilities for maintaining their current level of independence with dignity and autonomy. The objectives of Acclaim Senior Activities Center are as follows:

    • Provide trained and skilled staff that will create an exercise program for the elderly to either maintain or increase overall strength, balance, and endurance.
    • Our social model will allow our clients to meet and interact, and become connected with others.  This program will help reduce isolation in homebound seniors and adults with disabilities, and in this way some clients establish lasting friendships and support.
    • A cognitive program will be initiated for the elderly to participate in while focusing on improving one’s problem solving skills, sequencing skills, short-term and long-term memory deficits, critical thinking skills, visual spatial awareness, and attention to tasks enrichments.
    • Host routine educational sessions with clients, the community, and caregivers of the elderly who attend the center.  This event will provide educational lessons on the signs of early dementia and Alzheimer’s, fall prevention in the home, and nutritional services for proper intake and monitoring.
    Paullecia Brown-Scott, COTA/L, CDP
    Executive Director
    Health Care Administrator