Taking care of an aging loved one who needs constant supervision creates a challenge for performing daily tasks outside of the caregiving role. Sandy Price learned this firsthand as she cared for her mother with Alzheimer’s disease. Trying to juggle the demands of her various responsibilities left her feeling discouraged as well as mentally and physically exhausted. Realizing she was not the only caregiver to feel this way, she began a journey to find relief for herself and fellow caregivers, which eventually led to her founding Lighthouse Adult Care Services in April 2018.
Shining a beacon of hope, Lighthouse Adult Care Services has provided engaging activities and supervised care during the monthly Alzheimer's Caregiver Support Group and the annual Dementia Dialogues course offered through Tooele County Health Department and Aging Services. We now offer daytime supervised care for adults ages 50 and older, 10 am-4 pm Monday thru Thursday at our Center located in the LaRae and Shirley's event center at 30 W. 100 S. in Tooele. The daytime activities are tailored specifically to client's abilities to meet their social, physical, emotional, mental and physical needs. In addition, we offer support to the entire community with informational, educational, and training resources related to various aspects of caregiving.
Our goal is to help caregivers and those needing care live their lives to the fullest!
A non-profit organization that offers quality support services for caregivers and their loved ones. Providing an affordable, safe and loving environment for adults ages 50 and older who need supervised care during the day.
Lighting the way for Caregivers
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Rich Cunningham, President
Jessica White, Vice President
Glenn Oscarson, Treasurer
Jay Spector, MD, Secretary
772 North Main St. #180
Tooele, UT 84074
30 W. 100 S. in Tooele
Maynard and Carol Victor
Grant and Sandy Price
Ray and Ilene Solomon and Family
Senior Med Benefits