Aspen Senior Day Center is Utah Valley’s only senior day care center. We provide engaging activities and a positive experience five days a week for seniors needing memory care.
How Seniors Can Tackle Common Worries and Pitfalls in Retirement
While we all hope to reach a ripe old age, that goal is not without its share of worries. From physical changes to financial concerns, it can feel like there’s more than enough trouble to go around. However, some of the most common of these stressors are pretty simple to resolve with a few handy tricks up your sleeve.
3 Fun, Memory-Enhancing Games for Seniors
How to improve your or your elderly loved one’s memory and mental health in a fun way.
Offering Support for an Elderly Loved One Who Has Lost a Spouse
Going through the grieving process takes time, and the process and timeframe are unique to each person.
Keeping Seniors Healthy this Holiday Season | Senior Health & Lifestyles
With a few preventative measures and a willingness to adjust some traditions, senior citizens can stay healthy and follow their diets, while also having fun with their family members this holiday season.
5 Things Seniors Should Know About Aging in Community
Most seniors think about aging in place in terms of their home, but the community surrounding that home can be just as crucial to safe and healthy aging, as well.
Voted Best of Utah Valley 2021! | Aspen Senior Day Center
Aspen Senior Day Center was chosen as The Best of Utah Valley in the Best Customer Service – Health & Beauty category!
Differences Between Senior Day Care and Adult Day Care
As the only Senior Day Program in Utah Valley, Aspen Senior Day Center has been serving seniors challenged with memory loss and their families in the Provo area for more than 10 years. Aspen provides comprehensive activities specifically focused on all stages of memory loss in a safe, nurturing environment.
The Benefits of Reminiscing in Memory Care
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.
Dementia: How Support Groups Help Family Caregivers
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.