Clearwater, FL (August 28, 2019) – Nearly 32,000 Pinellas County residents are living with Alzheimer’s or dementia, according to a Facts and Figure report, and the numbers are expected to nearly double by 2025 in Florida. Neighborly is excited to announce the opening of Sunny Harbor Adult Day Center in Palm Harbor, September 6, 2019, from 4-7pm, to provide more affordable care for caregivers and residents suffering with physical or mental-related disabilities.

Neighborly, a non-profit organization focused on health, wellness and independent living for seniors, has provided nutrition, wellness and social programs for adults 60 and older in Pinellas County since 1966. The opening of Sunny Harbor Adult Day Center will add to the non-profit’s mission to keep seniors in their home longer.

“Our intent is to have quality services in our community to slow down the process of seniors leaving their home to go into living facilities, and to also assist caregivers who are in need of respite services for their loved one,” said David Lomaka, Executive Director for Neighborly.

Neighborly has three Adult Day Center locations throughout Pinellas County. The centers are open Monday-Friday from 7:30am – 4:30pm . Transportation and meals are included in daily price. If you are interested in learning more about Neighborly services and programs, please contact (727) 573-9444 or visit us online at www.

Sunny Harbor Open House:Date: September 6, 2019
Time: 4-7pm
Location: 1015 Omaha Circle, Palm Harbor, FL 34683


About Neighborly:

Neighborly, a private, non-profit organization has been a leader in elder care, providing quality nutrition, transportation and social programs for adults 60 and older in Pinellas County. Neighborly started the first federally funded Meals on Wheels program in the nation in 1966, and opened the first Adult Day Center in 1968. Neighborly serves more than 3,000 seniors in
Pinellas County with the assistance of nearly 650 volunteers.

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