Our patients matter to us all here at our Nevada Adult Day Healthcare Centers. Read and listen to some of their testimonials about our adult and senior care services and programs.
Bert and Sherry’s Story
Chris and Karen’s Story
Keaton and Dawn’s Story
“Dear Mr. Vito,
I am slow in sending this off and thanking your organization/company and especially your staff for providing Daycare for Martie Bolsinger the last 2 years.
I personally appreciated that when I brought Martie in the staff knew who she was and treated her very special in making her feel welcome. Even when she was having a bad morning and it was hard to get her going as soon as we walked in the door she would start smiling and staff would take over in getting her to breakfast.
When coming to pick her up in the beginning they would watch her as she would get anxious as to whether I was coming because she saw people leaving and wondering that she would get left outside. Your staff would sit and assure her that I would be there to get her.
As the disease regressed the staff continued to watch her closely as she mostly slept. As her Caregiver, I cannot express the respite it gave me to get things done around the house and some outside activities for me to enjoy without having to be concerned about Martie.
Unfortunately, with consultation with her Doctor, it was time to have her go to a Memory Care facility. I appreciated your support and advice through this very difficult decision. I do know that it was the right decision even though it is lonely not having her around the home.
Martie is adjusting to Memory Care and best I can describe is she is content but has moments of anxiety where she is confused as to what is happening to her. I do visit her every day and she still knows me as “someone special” even though she cannot always remember my name but knows I am her husband.
Please share with your staff the appreciation I have for the special people they are in working with individuals like Martie. It was important to me and I am sure to many families. I have many times recommended your service to others in my support group.
Again, thank you for making life a little more tolerable for a Caregiver.”
I’m so excited to write this review about this company. This year has been one of the most challenging years of my life: my mom was diagnosed with dementia. When I moved to Las Vegas, I discovered the healthcare system sucks. I had so many doors shut in my face, and I couldn’t seem to find any help until the Lord blessed me with this place. Nevada Adult Day Care’s staff, building, culture, and cleaning is 100% the best thing that’s happened for my mom and me. They take care of my mom, who used to sit in her room and talk to herself all day long. She didn’t want to be around other people, and dementia had her shutting herself down.
Since my mom started going to Nevada Adult Day Healthcare, she is a whole new person. She looks forward to her time there and is excited to go every day. She comes home smiling, eats her dinner, and goes straight to bed. She’s so tired there is no more roaming in the middle of the night, and when she wakes up, she is ready to go.
I love this place. Thank you for saving my life because I felt like I was losing it. I will be forever grateful to you all.
– Joseph F
Nevada adult care on Jones is absolutely amazing!! Susie up at the front desk is such a patient, kind, happy and knowledgeable person!! She greets us so happily everyday without fail! She has helped me as his caregiver by providing great advice! My dad is comfortable and feels secure when she is there! Candace and Alba are also so wonderful and I enjoy talking to them! They go up and beyond to help him! Every single person there is special and are so kind! It’s such a fun and happy place. Sometimes when I drop my dad off, I want to stay because the vibe is so good there!!
Thank you Nevada Adult Daycare we don’t know what we would do without you!!
It is with very mixed emotions that I am letting you know that Larissa will no longer be attending NADHC after June. Her last day will be June 23rd. Although we had planned to retire to Utah, we did not have any plans to move for the next 5-8 years. Out of nowhere, we got an opportunity we just couldn’t turn down. We’ve already sold our home, so we are very busy packing and making arrangements for the move. We are sad to think that Larissa will no longer be attending NADHC, but we are also very excited to see what the future holds for us.
Larissa is really going to miss all of you. She loves going to “work” every day, and has made some beautiful friendships there with all of the staff (she seems especially connected to Hunter). As much as NADHC has been the perfect fit for her, we really feel that in the long run, she will have a much better life in Utah. Her former teacher, Jill, has already moved there, and lives about 2 miles from our house. She has already secured her a new place to “work”, so she will be able to start shortly after we get settled.
We would just like to thank everyone at the center for everything you’ve done. Larissa has been well cared for and treated amazingly (even during the COVID mess). Aside from the center, as a family, we have formed bonds with Arthur and Lee, and it will be so hard to say goodbye. It’s so important to know that when you send your daughter off everyday that they are safe and treated properly. You guys have all done that and we just want you to know how much we appreciate it.
I’m sure I’ll be talking/emailing with you for the next few weeks, and I will update you if there are any changes.
Have a wonderful holiday weekend!