A support service that provides supervised programming in a group setting for adults to assist them to achieve and maintain their maximum level of functioning, to prevent premature and inappropriate institutionalization, and to provide respite and information for caregivers.
May include: planned social, recreational and physical activities, meals, and transportation (if required), personal support/attendant care and minor health care service (e.g., monitoring medication).
Usually located in a hospital, senior’s centre or other community location, the service is provided for all or part of a day, or, in a few locations, during the evening. User fees may apply.
Adult day programs
For frail and isolated elderly and individuals with dementia, acquired brain injury, developmentally delayed.
Danforth Ave to Lake Ontario, Coxwell to Victoria Park
$20.00 a day (maximum). It includes a hot meal and a drive to and from the program if required. Program space is limited in order to meeting individual needs.
The Program for the Cognitively Impaired provides a safe, stimulating social setting for people with Alzheimer’s disease and other age-related disorders. It offers activities such as gardening, arts and crafts, sing-along, travelogues, games, exercise and fitness.
Day (9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.) and evening (3:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.) programs available. Programmes are offered at Main Street and Kingston Road. Contact Senior Link at 416-698-5908 for further details.