Aspen Senior Day Center was chosen as The Best of Utah Valley in the Best Customer Service – Health & Beauty category.
We Are Open! | May 18, 2020
We are excited to announce that we are open! We appreciate your patience and support throughout these past few months. We look forward to seeing our wonderful clients and their families again! We are so happy to resume our daily activities with one another. Reminiscing, cognitive games, arts and crafts, and music and singing -- we can’t wait to jump back into all the fun! We will continue to be careful and always make the health and safety of our clients and employees our top priority. We are doing our best to follow all State, Federal, and CDC guidelines to ensure the safety and well-being of all who walk through our doors. Welcome back, seniors! We’ve missed you dearly!
Welcome to Aspen Senior Day Center
We love providing senior day care and have won Best of Utah Valley several years in a row for our outstanding customer service and excellent staff. Our unique program is called Cognasium, which means, "gymnasium for the brain." We focus on four areas: cognitive stimulation, light exercise, fun socialization, and good nutrition for your loved one.
Our clients come several days a week, while family caregivers get the break they need. We provide the most fun and most economical senior care option in Utah and we cater to families who are caring for a loved one at home. Many of our seniors have Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and other types of dementia, but they still enjoy getting out and making friends.
Memory Care Activities and More!
We all know that exercise is good for our bodies, but keeping our brains active with daily activities is key to keeping dementia at bay. We also know that our brains are like muscles, if we don’t use them we can lose them.
Has your loved one become more socially isolated, lonely, or depressed?
Are they experiencing mild to moderate memory loss or becoming more physically frail?
Are you having trouble juggling work and caregiving? Are you experiencing significant stress in being a caregiver but you are committed to keeping your loved one at home? Are you in need of help and support?
Aspen Senior Day Center is the solution.
We help seniors with memory loss stay at home longer. We support family caregivers by giving them the respite they need in order to keep providing long-term care.
As Alzheimer's disease progresses, the level of assistance and care your loved one needs increases. As a trusted Alzheimer care provider in Utah, Aspen Senior Day Center helps each of our clients with personalized care and assistance. Our goal is to provide a fulfilling day of engaging activities and social fun while giving family caregivers the break they need. Our adult daycare services provide compassionate and tailored assistance that promotes health and well-being for you and your loved one....Read more
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What our clients have to say
“Aspen has been a wonderful gift to me and my husband. He is so happy going there daily. The activities are stimulating, the food great, the staff dedicated. I really can’t say enough good things about this place!”
“This wonderful care center has given my mom purpose and joy in her life and has given me the break I need, as well as peace of mind knowing my mom is happy enjoying activities with her peers.”
"My dad has been attending Aspen for a couple of years now. Let me just say that their care for him has been invaluable. He is happy, engaged in the activities, and he feels like his presence there is important and he is needed."
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Reminiscence therapy taps into the five senses — touch, sight, smell, sound, and taste — to help individuals with memory challenges recall people, places, and events from throughout their lifetime.
If you or someone you know would be interested in receiving an Aspen Activity Packet, please reach out at 801-607-2300 today.
Caregiver support programs assist family caregivers who are caring for their elderly loved one (most likely a spouse or a parent) who has reached a point where they are no longer able to perform day-to-day activities on their own.