Signature Senior Services Offers Quality Care for Seniors

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Bruno D’Uva serves as the director of development and acquisitions for Signature Senior Services, which focuses on senior medical adult day care. Under Bruno D’Uva’s guidance, the company plans to open an assisted living facility in 2018.

Currently Signature owns facilities in Paterson and Montclair, New Jersey. Both locations offer an array of activities and health services that take into account both the body and the mind.

The staff works with residents individually in physical therapy to build mobility and endurance. They understand the importance of personalized care to maintaining quality of life. In addition to fostering cameraderie, physical activities such as Pilates and yoga keep spirits fresh and the body tuned.

Social programs help residents make friends with each other. Additionally, Signature provides access to social media that puts residents in contact with loved ones, including Skype and Facebook.

Not only does this social focus enhance relationships, it may even benefit physical and mental health. Reduced blood pressure, a more effective immune system, and enhanced memory may result from enjoyable group activities. Signature’s get-togethers, such as a chess club, karaoke, bingo, and swimming offer relaxation and enjoyment. All of these events combine to create a safe and fun atmosphere that makes residents feel at home.

Signature Senior Services Offers Adult Day-Care Facilities

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Bruno D’Uva received his associate degree in business from Northeastern University in 1996 and went on to earn his bachelor’s degree in business from Seton Hall University in 2000. He has operated real estate development company B. DUva Development, LLC, since 2010. In 2015, he began working as director of development at Signature Senior Services, a company he also co-founded. Bruno D’Uva currently serves as Signature’s director of development and acquisitions in addition to C.E.O. of B.DUva Development, LLC.

Based in New Jersey, Signature Senior Services operates day-care facilities for adults, providing compassionate care and socialization within a safe, protected environment. Signature facilities offer a low-cost alternative to traditional nursing homes. Signature provides transportation to and from the facility, hair care and grooming services, medication management, physical therapy, and fitness options.

Additionally, Signature allows its guests the opportunity to engage with other adults in an enjoyable environment. Activities offered include swimming, shopping and movie outings, field trips, barbecues, and art classes. Signature guests can also receive technological and social-media training to learn to connect with their loved ones online.

Currently, Signature operates two medical day-care facilities, in Paterson and Montclair, New Jersey. It has plans to expand its operations in 2018 to include assisted living facilities.

Statistics on Adult Day Care Facilities in the United States

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The co-founder and director of development and acquisition of Signature Senior Services in Totowa, New Jersey, Bruno D’uva is an experienced medical and real estate entrepreneur with a successful history of business start-ups. To better direct his company and serve his clients, Bruno D’uva keeps abreast of developments in the field of medical adult day care and assisted-living facilities.

Adult day care programs are designed to provide senior individuals access to a wide variety of activities that keep them physically, mentally, and socially active. The centers often offer nutritious meal services, games and discussion groups, outings, and special holiday celebrations. Other day-to-day activities include art, musical entertainment, and gentle exercise.

A recent study found more than 5,600 adult day care facilities exist in the United States, a number which showed a considerable increase from the year before. The study, which explored many different aspects of the mature adult lifestyle, offered additional information on adult day programs that would be of use to companies and individuals managing related programs, such as the fact that more than half the attendees of these facilities are women and that the vast majority of current programs offer memory training and cognitive stimulation activities.

Though the number of centers seems to be increasing, more than one-quarter of facilities have waiting lists. This suggests a need for more adult day care programming for the aging American population and encourages the development of new programs around the country.