Construction is complete for the Pulaski Adult Day Service and Fall Prevention facility. Final landscaping, furnishing, and equipping the building is currently underway. The building is approximately 4,200 square feet and is designed to serve 30 elderly or disabled participants in addition to two exam rooms designated for fall prevention clients. Many local partners have contributed time or materials to the building such as James Hardie, Lowe’s, and Sherwin Williams. Pulaski Adult Day Service & Fall Prevention Center, Inc. is currently accepting enrollment applications and plans to hold an enrollment event for interested participants at the beginning of September. Interest in the facility has been extremely strong, and the facility is projected to open for service in early fall. The project is funded through a partnership between Pulaski County, Pulaski Adult Day Service & Fall Prevention Center Inc., and the Department of Housing and Community Development’s Community Development Block Grant program. More information on the project can be found at http://www.pulaskiadultdayservice.org/
For further information, please contact Jennifer Wilsie ([email protected]) or 540-639-9313 ext.204.