Providing Adult Daycare Services since 2007
Beautiful Life Adult Day Center News
Let’s start this month off with a Mall Lunch Outing on June 8,, 2017. The cost is $10 each. Please have your money in by Monday, June 5, 2017. You can stroll in the mall afterwards and we’ll also visit Dollar Tree and see how much we can stretch that dollar.
For our hard working and loving men, it’s time to honor you! We will celebrate Father’s Day on the 16th with a cookout on the BLADC patio. This is a fun activity that men enjoy.
June is also National Ice Tea Month. What could be more refreshing on a hot summer day than sipping an ice cold glass of Tea? This summer time quencher can also be a healthy beverage alternative, especially if you skip the sugar and try some natural sweeteners. One way is to add a splash of fruity flavor Lemons, peaches, or strawberries are great choices that you can rotate.
We have several more fun activities scheduled for June. Check out our calendar and you’ll see how much F-U-N we have at Beautiful Life!
Also, if you have access to the internet, please visit and browse our website for past newsletters and calendar at www.beautifullifeadc.com.
Meet the Client — Christine D.
Christine is 48. She moved to Columbus in 2002 from Indiana. She has been attending BLADC for 4 years. She loves to color, decorate and entertain. Christine has a big family. Along with her parents, she also has five sisters.
Christine’s favorite color is purple. She is also a member of a Bowling team and Captain D’s sampler is her favorite food. She enjoys coming to the center regularly so please stop by and say Hi when you can!
Fever Blister — A small sore situated on the face or in the mouth that causes pain, burning, or itching before bursting and crusting over. The favorite locations are on the lips, chin or cheeks and in the nostrils. It is caused by the herpes simplex type 1 virus and is very contagious. It is spread by kissing and or touching the sore and then touching another person. There is no cure for this but there are medications to relieve symptoms (pain) and reduce frequency.
6/6 Sallie M.
6/15 Ora L.