Purpose Page Robbins Adult Day Care Center provides exceptional weekday care for individuals with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of memory loss while providing much needed respite for their caregivers.
Each day the participants are engaged in fun and therapeutic activities including art, music, exercise, reminiscing as well as other activities interspersed throughout the week to provide as much mental and physical stimulation as possible. Services such as bathing and home style hair care are offered as are caregiver support and training sessions as well as some basic counseling for the families who request such.
Page Robbins was established as a 501(c)3 non-profit agency as Collierville Alzheimer's Day Care in 1995 and was originally housed at the Collierville Christian Church. While the mission has been constant, the center expanded to a stand-alone facility in 2004 and changed the name reflecting the facts that we serve people other than citizens of Collierville and people who have other forms of dementia than Alzheimer's disease. The center is open Monday through Friday from 7am - 6pm and participants pay less than half the cost of operation. The balance of funding is derived through fundraising efforts.
Page Robbins relies heavily on volunteers for working with the participants as well as those who work behind the scenes. A volunteer training session is held on the Third Wednesday of every month from 4 - 5:30pm at Page Robbins. You must register in advance to attend.
In kind support of donations of items such as bathroom tissue and paper towels are appreciated.