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DayBreak of Fostoria

 

 

 

 

 

Our Mission

To provide affordable, quality adult day care in a safe environment that uplifts the spirit of an Alzheimer's client and provides a respite for their caregiver.

Contact Information

You can contact Terri Faeth at DayBreak of Fostoria, Inc.

Telephone:  419-435-4022

Postal address:  725 Columbus Ave., Fostoria, OH 44830

 

 

Copyright © 2003 DayBreak of Fostoria, Inc.
Last modified: September 09, 2003

 

This web site was prepared by students from Fostoria High School's Interactive Multimedia Tech Prep program. Created using Microsoft FrontPage Software.

 

DayBreak - History

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History

 

 

 

 

Fostoria Community Hospital received many calls for assistance from caregivers who would ask "I need somewhere to take my husband, who has Alzheimer's disease, so I can run errands or get some rest. I don't want to put him in a nursing home, yet." 

DayBreak was born on April 17, 2000, from grants from the following:

1.    Brookdale National Foundation

2.    Cummins Foundation

3.    Greater Fostoria Community Foundation

4.    Fostoria Rotary

5.    Henry Geary Community Initiative Grant

6.    In kind assistance from Fostoria Community Hospital and the Good Shepherd Home.

You can find DayBreak on the lower level of the Good Shepherd Home in Fostoria, Ohio. The program assists caregivers on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.

Participants of DayBreak range from early to mid-stages of memory loss whether the illness is related to Alzheimer's disease, stroke, or other dementias.

 

Copyright © 2003 DayBreak of Fostoria, Inc.
Last modified: September 09, 2003
This web site was prepared by students from Fostoria High School's Interactive Multimedia Tech Prep program. Created using Microsoft FrontPage Software.

 

DayBreak - Benefits & Activities

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Benefits & Activities

 

   

Why would I want to sign a family member up for DayBreak?

Key Benefits

It removes stress from the caregiver!
It is affordable (scholarships are available)!
It is a fun, enjoyable experience for the Alzheimer's patient!

Activities

"Coffee Break" time to discuss current events & reminisce
Sightseeing trips to places of interest
YMCA swimming
Attend local theatres, museums, and libraries
Cooking and Baking
Gardening
Crafts & woodworking
Shopping at the local malls
Dining out at local restaurants
Guest speakers & programs

 

Copyright © 2003 DayBreak of Fostoria, Inc.
Last modified: September 09, 2003
This web site was prepared by students from Fostoria High School's Interactive Multimedia Tech Prep program. Created using Microsoft FrontPage Software.

 

DayBreak - Support

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Support

 

 

 

DayBreak is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization and is a United Way agency.  Financial support comes from fund raising activities such as the annual spaghetti dinner and craft bazaar.  Grants and support monies come from the United Way and various grants each year.

 

Copyright © 2003 DayBreak of Fostoria, Inc.
Last modified: September 09, 2003
This web site was prepared by students from Fostoria High School's Interactive Multimedia Tech Prep program. Created using Microsoft FrontPage Software.

 

 

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