Wiregrass Adult Care, LLC is supported by allocations from State of Alabama/Department of Human Resources, the Southeast Alabama Council on Aging, Alabama Dept of Public Health, the City of Dothan, the City of Enterprise, Coffee County and Houston County.
• Dothan, AL – 2461 E. Burdeshaw Street
• Enterprise, AL – 301 N. Ouida Street
- Adult Care offer a warm, caring atmosphere for those individuals who need to be with someone at all times.
- Trained staff give the same loving care as the clients receive from their own families.
- Adult companionship, physical and social stimulation.
- Arts and crafts
- Exercise program
- Rest time
- Flower Potting (seasonal)
- Educational Programs
- Current events
- Nutrition and Health
Adult Care Coordinator: Stephanie Smith
Dothan – WRC Adult Day Care Center
Manager: Lisa Pandori
334-792-0022 Ext 227
Enterprise – WRC Adult Day Care Center
Manager: Misty Dean
Director of Development/Adult Day Care Center
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