We help each person find joy and purpose.
I am Gail and I am Cassia
director of adult day services
Welcome to Open Circle adult day services!
A fulfilling life for members, peace of mind for caregivers
Open Circle is ideal for adults of all ages who could benefit from daytime social interaction, health and personal care and/or cognitive support. New friendships are made, nutritious food is served and activities and experiences are purposeful to help members celebrate life as they live it to the fullest.
at Apple Valley Village
Senior Health & Living
14610 Garrett Avenue
Apple Valley, Minnesota 55124
at Cora McCorvey
Health and Wellness Center
1015 4th Avenue North
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
in downtown Hopkins near
Chapel View Senior Health & Living
34 10th Avenue South
Hopkins, Minnesota 55343
Embracing each day
People come to Open Circle centers with with a wide range of cognitive and physical abilities. We start by assessing individual’s physical, social and spiritual well-being, and develop a tailored plan of care for each person.
Our centers promote healthy living through nutritious meals and snacks, daily exercise and supportive services. Assistance is available for personal care routines such as bathing, hygiene and other care services to add to quality of life. On-site health care includes registered nurses who provide health check-ups, administer medication, assist with chronic condition management and act as physician liaisons. Daily exercise programs, tailored for each person’s ability, are designed to maintain/increase strenth, flexibility, balance and mobility.
Open Circle provides meaningful learning, good conversations and engaging activities while developing strong friendships. Each person contributes as they draw from their strengths and experiences. Members choose programs that fit their interests such as singing in the choir, working on service projects and many others.
Spiritual engagement opportunities provide for the expression of one’s faith. Chaplains are often on site to lead discussion groups or Bible studies and are always respectful of each person’s point of view.
“Being in this group has awakened my spirit.”
“I think she’s 93, but she acts like an 80 year old!”
“We would all be alone, but Open Circle brings us together like family.”
Care for the caregiver
Regularly scheduled communications with caregivers can assist with stress relief and peace of mind. Several support groups are available for caregivers to provide education, resources and emotional support.