Adult day programs are supervised and supported social and recreational activities provided at a location outside the person with dementias home.
Programs generally include meals, transportation to/from the program, some personal care, and appropriate activities). Hours of operation may vary).
May include: Recreational programming; Assistance with personal care/activities of daily living; Light physical activity; Meal(s);
Transportation options; Minor health care assistance (e.g., monitoring of medications, weight and/or blood pressure).
Services are provided to people who live in the community and are 65 years old or older, with the exception of clients who have Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) or frontal lobe disturbance who may be younger than 65 years of age.
Note: Do not accept people who require 2-person assistance for transferring or toileting, are regularly incontinent of stool, are a threat to self or others, are at risk of choking, need total assistance with eating, have unstable medical condition, require standing medications to be dispensed at times other than 12:00 noon, require a private caregiver in Mountainview Club or wander in Oceanside Club.
East of Dufferin St/Vaughan Rd; north of St Clair Ave; west of Oriole Pkwy; north of Eglinton; west of Yonge St; north of York Mills Rd; west of Leslie St; South of Centre St from Dufferin St to Yonge St; South of Steeles Ave from Yonge St to Leslie St
Adult day programs, dementia specific – daytime
Jewish, Principles of Judiasm guide daily operations while service is provided to clients of all backgrounds.
Daily fee, but subsidies are available for those who qualify.
Through social, recreational and educational activities for older adults, the Day Centre helps provide stimulation and a renewed sense of independence for people who are living at home but may be isolated or lonely. It also offers respite for families.
2clubs in the Day Centre provide a non-sectarian, structured day program specifically for people with cognitive impairment:
The Oceanside Club: serves mildly cognitively impaired elderly
The Samuel Lunenfeld Mountainview Club: serves moderately to severely cognitively impaired elderly.
In partnership with the Brain Health Centre Clinics, we also provide newly expanded services to individuals living in the community with Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) of frontal lobe disturbance.
Programs are non-sectarian but oriented towards Jewish culture.
Contact: Intake Coordinator 416-785-2500 ext. 2223