Adult Day Care services are available at SECOH’s Founder Center in Kāhala and Central O‘ahu Community Center in Wahiawaˉ. Services are provided and supervised by highly competent and trusted staff with specific experience working with people who have Alzheimer’s, dementia, and multiple physical and cognitive disabilities. Service tuition includes activity supplies, community event admission fees, and nutritional snacks and meals.
Serving people with disabilities since 1965, SECOH first began serving the elderly population in 1999 with the licensure of the Founder’s Center in East Honolulu to providing Adult Day Care service for people with age-related disabilities. In 2008, the agency licensed its Wahiawaˉ facility and it plans to license three more facilities in Pearl City, Waipahu and ‘Ewa Beach by 2012 to meet the ever growing service demands of O‘ahu’s aging population.
SECOH is committed to its mission of provide people with disabilities personalized services in the spirit of enriching lives. The agency looks forward to the opportunity to serve even more of our aging population through our Adult Day Dare tuition assistance program.
Services are available:
Mon.– Sat. from 8a.m.–5p.m. in Kāhala
Mon.– Fri. from 8a.m.–4p.m. in Wahiawā
For more information about Adult Day Care services and tuition assistance, please contact Crystal at 739-2745 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about SECOH’s history, mission, and other services, please visit www.secoh.org.