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Adult Day Program!

Hillsdale Estates Offers an Adult Day Program!

A support service that provides supervised programming for adults living with dementia, in order to assist them in achieving and maintaining their maxiunm level of functioning. The program also provides respite and information for the cargivers.

Mission

Provide a community that embraces excellence in person-centered care

We Offer Participants the Opportunity

 

To socialize and benefit from peer support in a stimulating environment.

To participate in programs that are designed to focus on the individual person and their abilities and strengths.

To remain involved in recreational activities of their choice.

 We Offer Caregivers the Opportunity


To well-deserved respote, so theu can relax and enjoy some personal time, knowing their loved on is well cared for.

For support, education and linkages to community services.

Programs and Services

Daily Exercise

Wellness programs

Conversation/current events discussions

Arts and crafts

Games

Daily Hot lunch and snacks; seasonal menus and nourishments 

Outdoor programs

Gardening

Intergenerational programs

Visting pets

Music

Assistance with personal care

Hours:


The program operates Monday to Friday

from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Open on sone statutory holidays throughout the year.


Hours may be extended when needed.


Closed between Christmas and New Year's.


To find out more information or book a tour call 905-579-1777 ext. 6318  ask for Carolyn Douglas


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