We're a nation aging quickly, and the demands of taking care of our parents and elderly loved ones is a struggle. But doors are being opened to a new trend in care-giving, adult day care.
The doors open at Lourdes Hospital's 'Daybreak' at 7 a.m., where there's always something to do.
Mary Harper, Daybreak Guest, "We have crafts, and we have activities, every morning we do activities and exercise."
"I do different things, like take trash out and different stuff," says fellow Daybreak guest, Kelly Baldree.
Adult day health services manager Kay Williams says they try to make daybreak feel like home. Yet they're staffed with nurses and nurse's aides to provide individualized care.
"Some of our people come because they need the supervision. They need medication administration. Some people are very functional and they just come because they need the socialization during the day," says Kay Williams, manager of Adult Day Health services at Daybreak.