Helping seniors 60+ stay active and socially connected with planned programming
Programs are developed based on participant interests, skills and abilities with the goal of encouraging physical, intellectual and social involvement.
Exercise class is designed to get clients active and promote physical health and wellness.
A morning snack and a nutritious lunchtime meal are provided in a relaxed social atmosphere. Caregivers can benefit from the valuable respite and peace of mind.
The adult day program is for seniors 60 years and over who want to stay active and socially connected.
The program is for seniors who:
Valid participants would live at home and be medically stable. Must live in Ontario and possess a valid health card number.
To arrange a free trial day or tour, participants or caregivers can contact:
Seniors Community Programs Intake
Home and Community Care Support Services
A low, daily user fee billed monthly covers the cost of program activities, meals and snack.
Contact Seniors Community Programs Intake, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., for more information and current rates.
Funding for this program is provided by the Ministry of Health.
Planned programming runs from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday to Friday.
18 Livingston Ave.
|Niagara Falls||Meadows of Dorchester
6623 Kalar Rd.
|905-980-6000 ext. 4364|
|Port Colborne||Northland Pointe
2 Fielden Ave.
|905-980-6000 ext. 4765|
403 Ontario St.
|905-980-6000 ext. 4171|
|Welland||Woodlands of Sunset
920 Pelham St.
|905-980-6000 ext. 4563|
As an extension of the adult day program, the aphasia program helps individuals having difficulty with speech usually caused by stroke or injury that affects the language areas of the brain. The program is delivered by speech-language pathologists who are experts in treating communication disorders, as well as trained volunteers.
The program helps clients improve their communication skills and confidence and is delivered in a small group setting, providing a fun, social environment.
Join us for a free trial day. For more information, call 905-984-2621.