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Sensory Outings Center

660 E Iliff Ave
Denver, CO 80210-5058
(303) 717-5134
Services Offered:
Adult Day Care
Sensory Outings Center serves Denver, CO, Denver County, CO
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    About My Business
    Alzheimer's wellness program.

    Every Tuesday & Wednesday
    Session (1) 10:00 a.m.-12 p.m and (2) 12:15-2:15p.m.
    Each session is $25 per person.

    We offer 2hr scheduled visits that include programs that focus on re-estabilishing and maintaining fine-motor and cognitive skills related to activities of daily living. Our programs include Montessori activities designed to enhance caregiving skills.
    About My Services
    Activities include:

    Workbench and Sports:

    Tool Matching – Tools and their corresponding pictures.

    Sanding – This will vary according to different degrees of ability. Sanding a block of wood secured in a vice.

    Build-a-Box - Hammering and screwing nails.

    Nuts and Bolts – bolts mounted on a piece of wood, nuts that match bolts presented loosely on a tray.

    Other activities include: Flash Light Repair, Poker Hand, Shuffleboard, Tackle Box, Fish Casting, Putting Green and Golf Club Polishing.

    Activities Kitchen

    Loud/soft – Jars filled with sand, dry beans, dry rice and grain will be used to engage the sense of hearing.

    Fruit Smells – Lemons, limes, oranges and apples are used to engage and explore the sense of smell.

    Hand Scooping - Bowl of dry beans and 6 coins; Scooping up golf balls and put them in a mini-muffin tin with a spoon; and Pasta scooping.

    Pouring a Pitcher – Uncooked popcorn or water pouring in a glass.

    Texture Fabic Matching - Denim, corduroy, silk, and burlap.

    Bread or Pudding Mixing – Mixing flour and water with cinnamon or citrus in a bowl and pour it in a bowl.

    Women’s Boutique:

    We will have coats, sweaters, hats, scarves, gloves and jewelry. They can browse through the store and their may take one or two items. The Junior League of Denver donated all the clothes for the boutique.

    Arts & Crafts:

    Art Cards – Cards pictures of art are offered to enhance conversation as well as offer more complicated matching work. The cards are the basis for all levels of art activity.

    Prints of Artwork- One or more prints are hanging to evoke memories, share stories. The art can also lead to a hands-on project. The project is presented as an open-ended work, not focusing on producing a “product”.

    Sculpture –Clay with sculpting tools is offered as a group project or individual work.

    Egg Shell Crushing – Crushing egg shells with a mortar and pestle , then adding the pulverized shells to plant soil engages the individual in caring for their environment .

    Misting Leaves – Leaf care offers a variety of activities

    Flower Arranging – Guests select cut flowers and a vessel. Trimming the stems, adding water and arranging are some of the choices offered.

    Gardening & Patio (Outdoors)

    Gardening will includes a pot, soil, seeds or small plants. We will play croquet, bean bag toss, or bowling.
    Conditions I Am Unable To Treat
    Any Alzheimer's residents (high or low function).
    Experience And Credentials
    Our staff has been training by the Alzheimer's Association in Denver.
    Fees And Payment Sources Accepted
    Private pay
    Languages Spoken by Staff
    Hours of Service
    10 am - 2:30-m Tuesday and Wednesday
    US Federal EIN
    Issued by U.S. Internal Revenue Service
    Issued by Medicare
    Medicare Certified
    Issued by Medicare Certified
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