devi services webSeniors, who want to remain home yet enjoy the care and programming found in adult day services, will love Devi. Devi Adult Day Services is a licensed, affordable community based center for seniors who can benefit from time spent out of their homes. There, they can safely mingle with other seniors to form friendships and participate in therapeutic exercises to keep their minds and bodies sharp.



The center offers balanced meals that cater to dietary and ethnic needs. There are activities like sing-a-longs, chair yoga, board games along with arts and crafts. The seniors are encouraged to participate in games to help improve their memories. There is a Registered Nurse on-site to help with medication administration, monitor vital signs and provide patient education. Physical, Occupational, and Speech therapy are also available on-site. These efforts are designed to help keep seniors in their homes longer and forestall admittance to nursing homes. With licensed and experienced medical personnel the attendees can potentially prevent more serious illnesses and even hospitalizations.

For the convenience and safety of the attendees Devi works with PA Transportation Services, a dedicated transportation agency to provide door to door transportation. The vehicles are equipped to handle personal devices such as walkers and wheel chairs. The drivers are specially trained professionals whose job is to safely take seniors from their home to the center and back home.

Conveniently located in the Westgate Mall area, Devi Adult Day Services will enrich seniors’ lives and provide comfort and assurance for their families. They can be reached at deviadultday.com or 610-419-3665. Their address is 2045 Westgate Drive, Suite 100 Bethlehem, PA 18017.

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