We No Longer Offer Adult Day Care Facility Services

Who’s Right for Adult Day Care?

How to Make the Best Decision

Adult Day Care Center

At New Generations, we understand that it may be hard knowing whether your loved one would be happy with an Adult Day Care experience. Adult Day Care can be an important decision, which is why we’ve compiled a short guide to help you determine who makes a good candidate for Adult Day Care:

Someone who likes making new friends.

If your loved one is feeling lonely, our Adult Day Care center is a great place to meet new people. Our staff members are known for their friendliness and are always ready to lend a helping hand, play a game, or listen to a story. Our newcomers always feel welcome and have plenty of people to build new connections and make new friends with.

Someone who is depressed.

For some seniors, feelings of isolation and the onset of old age can lead to depression. At our Adult Day Care center, we promote living healthy, happy lives and provide plenty of opportunities to relax and have some fun. From crafts, to outdoor activities, to field trips and more, there’s always something to do.

Someone who needs a little help.

If your loved one needs some assistance with exercising, cooking, taking proper medication doses, or simply needs a watchful eye, we’re here to help. Our staff members are certified nurses who are always available for assistance.

Someone with Alzheimer’s or other medical conditions.

Alzheimer’s and other medical conditions can make it hard for seniors to be alone. Many may need looking after and it’s common for family members or caretakers to not have the experience to feel comfortable doing so. Our Adult Day Care provides our members with the best in medical assistance, so you can be sure that your loved one will be cared for properly.

Someone with special needs.

In addition to our senior Adult Day Care program, we offer a special needs program called “Gary’s Gang.” This program accommodates all levels of learning disabilities in adults over the age of 18. Through our exercises, daily activities, and outings, we help our members of Gary’s Gang gain a sense of independence and create self esteem.

Click here to learn more about the Adult Day Care programs we offer at New Generations.