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A variety of programs and special interest activities is offered. The Oak Park Arms’ person-centered approach allows staff to be flexible, and plans can be tailored to meet individual preferences.  Examples of activities include adult education, games, puzzles, trivia, gardening, arts and crafts, fitness classes, recreational activities, quiet spaces, organizing tasks and discussion groups.

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While still under the care of his or her private physician, each participant is eligible to receive health services to help maintain strength and health. The PolyCare Wellness program includes monthly weight and blood pressure monitoring, medication supervision, case management from a nurse, exercise programs, health lectures, healthy well balanced meals and personal assistance.

Interested participants can contact the Oak Park Arms Adult Day Care Program to schedule a tour and interview with the outreach coordinator. Individuals need to complete an assessment with their personal physician and maintain health records. Preferences and needs are considered so that an individualized plan can be created.

Adult DayCare is a social and recreational alternative for seniors needing companionship during the day. PolyCare Adult Day Care provides supervised recreational and therapeutic programs to stimulate the mind and body. The Adult Day Care program is geared to enhance participants’ self esteem and well being.

Our participating families find that their loved ones are happier, healthier, and enjoy life more because of PolyCare. PolyCare gives your loved one a chance to make new friends, try different activities and feel a renewed sense of purpose.

No – for safety reasons. If your loved one has an electric wheelchair, he or she will need to use a manual chair while at the center.

No – we are not able to enroll individuals who would require oxygen during the day.

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Yes. Medication can be dispensed by the center nurses with an appropriate order from the participant’s medical doctor. Medications also must be in an original pharmacy container with the pharmacy label. Families are responsible for obtaining the order from the physician and providing the center with the medications. Participants are not allowed to take medication on their own (without supervision) and any medications to be taken at the center must be held in the nursing office.

Yes we Provide Transportation from, Call our Centre to find out our times and locations the service is available

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We serve a light breakfast (usually cereal and fruit with coffee, tea, or hot chocolate), a hot lunch, and an afternoon snack. There is no additional cost for meals.


Day 1 First time only : FREE

Introductory Charge : 3,000 KES per day

No Unfortunately it doesnt cover it.

9:00 am to 2:30 pm

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