You, or your loved one, receive comprehensive health, social and therapeutic services that help maintain your current level of activity, promote physical and mental health and help you live in your own home or with family members for a longer period of time. You’ll also feel a sense of belonging and connection with your community.
When to consider Adult Day
The safe and home-like settings of our adult day program are open to elders needing extra assistance or companionship, adults with physical disabilities, or persons with memory impairments.
For family caregivers, you benefit from the valuable respite, support and education we offer. You can choose the schedule that best meets the needs of your loved one or the needs of you as the caregiver. You are able to continue with your lives while ensuring the health and safety of your loved one.
Services and Activities at our Adult Day Programs
At each of our programs, social and recreational activities are combined with nursing assessments, medication administration, therapeutic services, and appropriate levels of exercise. Healthy snacks and hot meals are served, providing 70% of the daily nutritional requirements.
Each program is led by registered nurses, licensed nurse assistants, activity specialists, and dedicated volunteers.
Activities are designed to be both fun and functional, encouraging social engagement and healthy exercise. Such activities may include:
- Tai Chi
- Music and Dance
- Arts and Crafts
For a schedule of planned activities and meals, click on the April activity or menu calendars below.
- Essex Location, Traditional
- Essex Location, Memory Care
- Colchester Location
- South Burlington Location
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is this program certified by a state or federal agency?