Amada Southern Utah is Your Trusted Senior Care Referral Partner

Why refer to Amada Senior Care? We are different. Amada Senior Care Southern Utah offers you a one-call solution for meeting the in-home care needs of senior patients discharging from the hospital or a post-acute care facility to home. Here are just a few of our referral partners with whom we are committed to helping improve our communities:

Memory Matters 

We at Amada Senior Care Southern Utah could not be more proud of our partnership with Memory Matters, a nonprofit organization working to improve wellness for adults and seniors with dementia as well as their family caregivers. Services include several support groups such as the Memory Activity Club that provides dementia sufferers with valuable social connections that improve mood as well as much-needed respite to family caregivers. Another group benefits those diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia (also known as frontotemporal lobar degeneration), a disease that happens in adults younger than 65.

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Huntsman World Senior Games 

Amada Senior Care Southern Utah is a proud supporter of the Huntsman World Senior Games which marks its 35th anniversary in 2022. Every year, more than 12,000 athletes age 50 and older participate in multi-sport games from all over the United States and the world. In fact, Huntsman World Senior Games is the largest, non-profit senior competition of its kind. About 40,000 senior athletes, their families and fans attend the games over a two-week period at venues around the St. George UT area. CLICK HERE and then on Episode #386 to hear our guest interview on the Huntsman Games’ podcast on Active Live Radio.

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Area Agency on Aging – Five County

The Area Agency on Aging is a real gem in the resource world for seniors and their families,” explains Julie Schaefer, senior care specialist at Amada Southern Utah. The many programs and activities all have the goal of helping older adults and seniors live safely and independently, and fulfill their potential. AAA also provides support and education for caregivers, along with a wide variety of programs promoting the health and wellness of seniors. The agency serves as a hub connecting seniors and older adults to community, state and federal resources, including those for military veterans and isolated seniors.

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Five County Association of Governments 

Amada Southern Utah is an active participant in the Five County Association of Governments that covers Beaver, Garfield, Iron, Kane, and Washington counties. The association facilitates the development of programs to assure southwestern Utah remains a premier region in which to live, work and recreate. FCAG provides a forum to identify, discuss, study, and resolve area-wide planning and development concerns and deliver assistance related to aging, human services, community economic growth, transportation, job training, civic planning, small business financing, and more.

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