Adult Day Health Care
Adult Day Health Care
Program Update and Response due to COVID-19
JCCEO Adult Day Health Care Center provides a caring, safe, and secure environment for adults coping with conditions that require daytime supervision or assistance, an alternative, and respite for caregivers. Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the reality of Adult Services has changed tremendously.
JCCEO Adult Day Health Care will facilitate meal distribution to continue to service the ADHC clientele and the Jefferson County Community.
To facilitate meals for our ADHC clients (18 and older), boxes will be built and delivered on Wednesdays by the ADHC staff. JCCEO ADHC clients will receive five breakfasts, lunches, and snacks delivered once a week. JCCEO staff will wear face masks and gloves when delivering to the ADHC client's homes for the safety of staff and clients.
These new measures have been put in place for the safety and well-being of the Jefferson County Community, our clients, and the JCCEO staff. For more information about the JCCEO Adult Day Health Care, please contact the DHR Hotline @ 205-423-4915 or Yalanda Muhammad, Center Manager, at email@example.com
JCCEO WYLAM ADULT DAY HEALTH CARE CENTERYALANDA MUHAMMAD, Center Manager/Adult Services Coordinatorymuhammad@jcceo.org
Child Development Services and Community Services
JCCEO300 Eighth Avenue, WestBirmingham, Alabama 35204-3039Phone: 205-327-7500Fax: 205-326-4179
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