Adults and older adults with disabilities and special needs reach their highest levels of independence with assistance from the caring professionals at MCFI.
Adults and older adults with disabilities and special needs are included in the life of the community when they participate in MCFI L.I.F.E. programs. Whether they are trying a new experience - like camping and travel - or exercising as part of our wellness program, or participating in horticulture therapy, pet therapy or music therapy, they find many opportunities for improving quality of life.
Memory loss may be a symptom of many conditions and is, in some cases, treatable. The Center for Healthy Aging at MCFI helps older adults, particularly those experiencing memory loss, to remain independent.
The Center for Brain Injury Recovery provides therapies, vocational rehabilitation and a wide variety of specialized services for people recovering from brain injury or stroke. Located at the newly renovated MCFI Bay View Campus, the center is scheduled to open in July 2013.
The MCFI Older Adult Day Center provides personalized daytime services and activities for seniors living with disabilities, including Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. With an emphasis on wellness activities, the Center helps seniors continue to live in their neighborhoods, preventing premature admission to nursing homes.
Supportive in-home care services from New Health Services helps older adults and people with disabilities continue to live in their homes. We can provide caregivers, or train the caregiver of your choice.
Adults with and without disabilities gain important daily living skills in MCFI's Community Living programs. We also offer parenting and nurturing classes open to the community.
MCFI provides life-changing case management services for older adults and adults with disabilities through the Family Care program.
MCFI core programs are nationally accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.) MCFI Pediatric Skilled Nursing has earned gold certification from the Joint Commission (JCAHO).
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