Open Arms was founded in 2006 to serve our community of seniors and adults with chronic medical conditions who require ongoing monitoring and supervision. We serve those with mobility impairments, cognitive impairments and sensory impairments. As well as those with risk factors such as wander-risk, fall-risk, choke-risk, frailty, and caregiver burnout.
The primary objectives of the program are to:
- Provide relief for families with caregiving responsibilities.
- Promote highest level of functioning and independence.
- Delay or prevent the need for institutional care.
- Monitor the health and well-being of all of its participants.
At Open Arms we consider our seniors and adults as family, and we tailor our program to fit our family’s needs. Open Arms has a dedicated team of healthcare professionals who conduct a comprehensive assessment of each potential participant to determine and plan services needed to meet the individual’s specific health and social needs. We are a multi-lingual program. Languages spoken include: English, Lao, Spanish, and Tagalog.
At Open Arms we take pride in our seniors and adults. We want our participants to feel empowered, thrive and have a sense of autonomy.