Full Life Care helps adults of all ages who have chronic illnesses and physical or developmental disabilities. Full Life is a not-for-profit health and social services organization designed to enhance the independence and well-being of all our clients and program participants and to provide respite for caregivers.

We provide a range of programs to help you reach your goals and achieve small miracles every day. Click the links below to learn more about our services.

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Adult Day Health: Get out of the house and exercise

A fun place to go for a few hours a day to get some exercise, check-in with the nurse, to socialize with others and more. We focus on supporting the independence of older adults and people with chronic illnesses, memory loss, and disabilities who wish to continue living in their community.

Adult Day Health Programs

Home Care: Helping you remain at home

In-home caregivers provide care in your home, helping with personal care, cooking, laundry, housekeeping, shopping and more. Caregivers help clients remain living independently. For elders and adults with disabilities who live alone or with family members.

Home Care

Counseling: Professional guidance for mental and behavioral health

Professional counselors help with mental and behavioral health challenges. Counselors use evidence-based methods for holistic healing to live as your best self. We specialize in geriatric mental health, developmental disabilities and brain injury.

Solstice Behavioral Health

Care Management: Help to identify needs and navigate the system

Help to identify and address the care needs of you or your loved one. We work with clients to lay out a plan and to navigate the long-term care system. An ideal service for adults with limited or no support locally. Our care management team can serve as a liaison between clients and family members, care providers and others.  (This is a private-pay, fee-for-service option).

Care Management and Consultation Services

Loneliness: Connecting elders with volunteer companions

ElderFriends volunteer companionship program connects elders experiencing loneliness with trained volunteers for regular visits and occasional social gatherings.

ElderFriends

Care Coordination: Helping Medicaid beneficiaries improve health outcomes

The Health Home program helps Medicaid beneficiaries get the care and services they need. Full Life’s care coordinators meet clients monthly to offer support, including help finding healthcare providers, social activities and more. You must meet certain criteria. If eligible, there is no cost to you, and there is no change to Medicaid benefits.

Health Home

Housing Support: Aide to find housing or stabilize current living situations

Help finding independent housing, or with issues that put current housing situations in jeopardy. Full Life Care helps individuals find and maintain housing, both short-term intensive support and continuing long-term support for a variety of life’s needs.

Housing Services and Supports