Caring Days, an adult day care
center, bridges the gap between
independent living and highly
restricted care. It provides a secure
and happy environment for our
clients and carefully planned activities to keep them using their cognitive, language, social, and motor skills.
In 1994, members of First Presbyterian Church recognized the need for adult day care for those experiencing memory loss. Currently, 21 congregation of various denominations work together to provide this program. They incorporated into a group called Caring Congregations. Their first project, Caring Days Adult Day Care, opened on March 10, 1997.
Caring Days is the only
adult day care in the State of Alabama and one of only 19 programs in the U.S. who have been recognized as a Dementia Care Program of Distinction by the Alzheimer's Foundation of America.
In 1998, at the age of one, Caring Days won the prestigious LOTUS Award.
This award is presented annually by the Women's Committee of Spain Rehabilitation
Center in Birmingham, Alabama. It is given in recognition of outstanding contributions
toward improving quality of life for people with disabilities. In 2000, Caring Days
proudly became an agency of United Way of West Alabama.
Notable achievements include:
• Featured in National Telethon for Alzheimer’s Foundation of America
• Hosted an art show in Hollywood with art from one of our clients
• Featured in the Combined Federal Campaign’s fundraising video
• Named an "Excellence in Care, Dementia Program of Distinction"
• Site for filming of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s training videos
• Received the 2015 Brodsky Grant for innovations in care
The Mal and Charlotte Moore Center
943 31st Street East, Tuscaloosa AL, 35405
(across from Ridgecrest Baptist Church)
Hours: 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
Days: Monday through Friday
Cost: $40 per day