Research proves that cognitive and social stimulation improves mood, cognition and delays regression of activities in daily living for individuals living with dementia. Caregivers benefit by enjoying a break to recharge, relax, maintain relationships and focus on their own health and wellness. Participants have one-on-one interaction with a trained volunteer in a safe, fun environment, while caregivers can do their grocery shopping, go to a doctor appointment, go on a walk, attend a gym class or Bible study or enjoy shopping and visiting with friends.
The cost to attend Hope & Help Day Club is $5 per day and will include a light breakfast snack, lunch, and drink. Fees may be paid by cash, check, PayPal, or Venmo. Scholarships provided.
We provide a failure free environment.
10:00-10:30AM – Meet & Greet
10:30-11:00AM – Art Expression
11:00-11:30AM – Fun Activity
11:30-12:00PM – Circle Time
12:00-12:45PM – Lunch
12:45-1:00PM – Restroom
1:00-2:00PM – Entertainment
Our directors are listed below or you can call the ETAA office at 903-230-8001:
Amy Billingslea – 903-399-1736
Beth Godsey – 903-238-5391
Sign Up Today!
Download this PDF to sign up and find out more information: Hope and Help Day Club Op Procedures for Participant and Caregiver
Interested in Volunteering?
Download this PDF to sign up and find out more information: Hope and Help Day Club Volunteer Job Description & Expectations
Online signup coming soon!