CASI (Center For Active Seniors)100% Local
1035 W. Kimberly Rd.
Davenport , IA (view map)
for the second 50 years!
First opened in 1972, the Center For Active Seniors was situated in downtown Davenport. CASI is now conveniently located in west Davenport and boasts 40,000 square feet of newly remodeled activity and event space, serving residents of Scott County and the greater Quad City area.
|CASI has programs and activities for all aging adults:|
CASI is committed to providing services that meet the needs of older adults, fosters respect, dignity and quality of life.
Our state-of-the-art facility offers opportunities for social engagement, lifelong learning, creative expression, health & fitness, and so much more.
The Center for Active Seniors, Inc. (CASI) is a 40,000 square foot state-of-the-art center located on Kimberly Road in Davenport, Iowa. Dedicated to serving seniors in the greater Quad Cities area, CASI boasts daily activities, classes, community forums, a fitness center and educational activities.
CASI has a professional staff dedicated to the advocacy of seniors and all issues facing our aging population.
Additionally, CASI operates the only adult day care facility in Eastern Iowa, serving seniors with early onset dementia, seniors with specific physical needs and seniors who enjoy a daily routine filled with physical and mental activities and social interaction. Jane’s Place also provides caregivers with much needed respite and allows caregivers to continue to work.
CASI will be recognized by the community to be the premier resource center for persons over the age of sixty.
To provide services that meet the needs of older adults, and fosters respect, dignity and quality of life.
Navigating the maze of information on care options and benefits is time consuming and overwhelming. Our advocates work with older adults, their families and caregivers to connect them with available resources and care options with the goal of helping them stay independent, enjoy an improved quality of life, and remain connected to their community.
Lions Den Lending Closet
CASI accepts clean, gently-used canes, walkers, wheelchairs, bath benches, etc. These donated items are loaned to those in need throughout the Quad Cities at no charge.
CASI has Service Coordinators on-site at Edgewater on Third, Luther Crest, Luther Manor/Heights, and Luther Towers to help residents with care needs.
“My parents are getting to the point where they need some help to stay in their home and I want them to live there as long as they can. I live out of town and was not sure where to get help. A friend suggested calling CASI. A Senior Advocate visited with my parents, gave them information on services, and they are now getting home delivered meals. I know I have a reliable source that I can call anytime I have concerns about my mom and dad.”
“It seems like each month the money coming in doesn’t stretch as far as it used to. I called CASI to ask if any help was available. I met with a Senior Advocate who connected me with some programs and benefits that have helped me out financially.”
|Conveniently located on West Kimberly Road in Davenport, CASI boasts 40,000 square feet of activity space to accommodate a variety of activities, classes and educational opportunities for Quad City area seniors, their families and the community.|
Focusing on “active” seniors, our members make full use of our diverse facility!
|Join us at CASI and enjoy successful living for the second 50 years!|
Aerobic equipment and mechanical weight systems designed for our clientele! The fitness center is staffed during all open hours with friendly and knowledgeable CASI team members. New members receive two orientation sessions with a certified trainer. Accepting new members – 55 years and older!
|7:30 a.m. – 3:00p.m.|
|Tuesday||7:30 a.m. – 6:00p.m.|
|Wednesday||7:30 a.m. – |
|Thursday||7:30 a.m. – |
|Friday||7:30 a.m. – |
|Saturday||8:00 a.m. – |
CASI offers a nutritious and delicious meal Monday – Friday from 11:30-12:30! A suggested donation of $2.75 goes to Generations Area Agency on Aging.
Reservations are required by noon the day before.
Call 386-7477 ext. 248 or email Paul Riedel, GenAge Café Meal Site Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
View the current month’s GenAge Café menu.
Genesis Medical Clinic
On-site nurse for blood pressure checks, foot clinics, reflexology and a variety of other care services.
Some services require an appointment, please call 563.386.7477 for more information.
Jane’s Place Adult Day Services is designed especially for adults 50 years and older who want to remain in the community and with their family, but cannot be home alone during the day due to physical, social or mental impairments.
We welcome older adults who are dealing with memory loss, confusion, effects from a stroke and disabilities, as well as those who are lonely and need socialization or monitoring during the day.
For more information on Jane’s Place, please call 563.386.7477 or email email@example.com.
It’s A Proven Fact
Seniors that interact with others, especially those with special needs or memory challenges, benefit from day services care on many levels:
- Feelings of isolation and loneliness decrease.
- An active lifestyle empowers you physically and mentally.
- Socializing with others results in positive well-being.
Most importantly, knowing that your loved one is at CASI – one of the premier senior facilities in the state of Iowa – is reason enough for you to learn more about Jane’s Place!
Jane’s Place works closely with family members and caregivers to find a payment solution that fits your needs. We accept private pay, Veteran’s benefits, Medicaid Elderly Waiver and Long Term Care Insurance.
Talk with a CASI Senior Advocate to learn more about financial programs and benefits.
“I work during the day and before coming to Jane’s Place my mom was alone at home, usually watching TV. At Jane’s Place she has met new friends and we treasure the pieces she makes in the ceramics class. I can see a change in her.”
“After my mother died, my father moved in with us. He has been showing signs of confusion and memory loss, and his doctor suggested Jane’s Place. Dad is a veteran, and VA benefits have helped to pay for the three days he attends each week. Dad looks forward to going to Jane’s Place, seeing his friends, and especially enjoys playing billiards with some of the other guys.”