Adult Day Program

The Adult Day Program offers a warm and welcoming place for older adults to socialize and take part in meaningful activities.  We promote confidence and independence in aging at home, and wellness and dignity amongst older adults with physical, cognitive, social, medical and mental health issues through the provision of innovative and stimulating activities, socialization, nutrition and quality care.

The program fosters meaningful connections by focusing on community integration, opportunities for clients to stay active, healthy and connected with people their own age.

The ADP offers a variety of activities:

Activities coordinated with community participation:

  • Monthly performance by local volunteer group The Young at Heart Singers
  • Interactive Traveling Exhibits presented by Wellington Museum
  • Intergenerational visits with Station Road Nursey School
  • Intergenerational programming with local secondary & elementary schools
  • Visits by Therapy Paws
  • Musical Interactive Sing-a-long with Norma & Jerry
  • Technology-based programs offered at Erin Public Library
  • Summer Picnics
  • Collaborative visits with Community Living
  • Hair, Foot Care & Shower Services offered on site

Activities facilitated by program facilitators:

  • Programs to stimulate socialization and improve cognitive health
  • SMART exercises towards improving balance
  • Seasonal focused activities e.g. Pumpkin carving, monthly themes
  • Seasonal Crafts e.g. creating poppy badges for Veterans day, Mother’s day brooches
  • Meal preparation and baking
  • Gardening in the raised garden beds