- Center Director
1101-3 Spring Street (Inside Cooper Park)
Mountain Home, Arkansas 72653
7:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday
House Adult Day Services Center in Mountain Home, Arkansas provides
low-cost day care for persons with mental or physical impairments, and
for those who can no longer stay home alone. Individuals with
Alzheimer's disease, other memory problems, stroke victims, and
extremely frail elderly are all made to feel welcomed and cared for by
our friendly, trained, professional staff.
of our program is to offer participants devoted care and attention,
delicious and nutritious hot meals, structured recreational activities,
physical exercise, and social contact with others, all in a cheerful,
home-like atmosphere. Preserving the dignity and protecting the privacy
of our participants is a high priority.
program allows caregivers of dependent adults to continue working and to
stay involved with their communities. By enhancing the daily lives of
both, caregivers and participants, we strive to make it possible for
families to remain together as long as possible.
Location: 1101-3 Spring Street (Inside Cooper Park)
Mountain Home, Arkansas 72653
We are located in the Van Matre Aging
Services Complex and share a building with the Van Matre Senior Center
Contact Information: Carolyn Treat, Center Director
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. Contact the Center Director if you need to schedule
different or additional hours.
Organization: We are a 501C-3 non-profit organization,
adminstered by the Northwest Arkansas Economic Development District,
Inc. Our program is monitored by the local Area Agency on Aging
and the Arkansas Office of Long Term Care.
Individualized Plan of Care
Assistance with activities of daily living
Medication reminders and assistance
Stimulating, personalized programs of activities
Entertainment and group activities
Assistance with simple Physical Therapy activities
Nutritionally balanced breakfast, hot lunch, and snacks
Special Services: For additional Fees, the following Special
Services are also available:
Transportation to and from the Center, in wheelchair accessible van
Transportation to personal physicians, for shopping, and for
hair washing, nail care and personal showers.
Services for Family: A support group made up of family
members of clients and other interested individuals meets monthly.
Service Area: We accept eligible clients from all areas of
Baxter County, as well as from nearby communities in Marion County.
Fees and Funding:
Due to variations and fluctuations in funding sources, a variety of fee
schedules is available, based on the family's ability to pay for
participants pay no day care fee. We suggest that all participants
with incomes less than $1,450 per month consider applying for assistance
through the ElderChoices Program.
Baxter County residents
may pick up applications for ElderChoices at the Department of Human
Services office in Mountain Home, or by telephoning (870) 425-7334
Contact Carolyn Treat, Center Director at (870) 425-7585 for additional
information, a facility tour, or a home visit.