Preventing the early institutionalization of seniors and disabled adults

Adult Daycare Program

The need for senior care especially for the frail elderly continues to grow as the population in the Houston area ages. According to the Texas Data Center, Houston’s 60-plus population will grow by 128.3% within the next 20 years.

The goal of the program is to prevent the early institutionalization of seniors and disabled adults by maintaining their independent living in the community. Established in 1993, the program is licensed by the state of Texas as a Day Activity and Health Services Facility.


Senior Daycare program include:

  1. Transportation to and from the client´s place of residence.
  2. Transportation and escort services to medical facilities and doctor`s appointments.
  3. Staff Registered Nurse monitors client´s health and coordinates health services.
  4. State certified Activities Coordinator organizes social activities and exercise program.
  5. Nutritious meals consisting of continental breakfast and hot noon meal.
  6. Assistance with feeding and other personal care needs for disables clients.
Speech from Secretary Hilda Solis to the Latino Learning Center
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Message from the CEO:

This year promises new opportunities for the Latino Learning Center to serve our community. Optimism is the New Year’s norm and everything is now possible. Our Senior Activities and Health Center is now open and serving low-income seniors and disabled adults. New partnerships have resulted in additional classes in residential electricity for unemployed low-income persons qualifying for training through the Texas Workforce Commission.

Now that the financial mortgage markets are opening up, we are seeing an uptick in the number of students enrolling in our home buyer education program which most lenders are requiring before making a loan. This is also a positive sign that things are getting better as more Houstonians are looking to invest in our communities.

This year the Latino Learning Center is planning a new and different approach to housing the elderly. We are in the process of planning and developing a multi-generation housing community where the elderly family will live on the bottom floor and the supporting family will live on the top floor. We believe this prototype housing model will add to the stability of our modern family unit where the elderly are living longer and require care and support from their children.

We are also excited about our annual gala which over the past three (3) years has resulted in great success. From early indications, this year promises to be the best gala we have staged to date and we are looking forward to participation from all segments of our community.

Rodolfo Gonzalez