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Third Age provides a broad range of educational, social and therapeutic recreational activities that are structured to meet individual needs. These activities include current event discussions, arts and crafts, community activities, walks, and simple exercise.
Music activities, intergenerational activities, pet therapy, and sensory activities contribute to an enriching experience. A sensory room provides participants with visual, auditory, tactile, and olfactory stimuli to enrich the overall sensation of their environment.
Various counseling opportunities are offered to the participants of the Center at no additional charge. This includes reminiscing, group work, communication training, and one-on-one counseling as needed with trained staff.
Family members are offered opportunities to attend one of ADAC's five support groups. These sessions are educational and are geared toward finding solutions for the management of clients at home.
All participants, from the time of admission to the Center, are registered within the Comprehensive Assessment and Forecasting Program. This program is composed of various assessment tools that allow us to monitor the progressive nature of the client's mental status and map out the potential disease related problems they may encounter in the future. This program informs the caregiver periodically of the status of the client and any anticipated changes regarding their future needs.
If you would like more information about the Third Age Adult Day Center, please contact
Christine Martin-OuelletteOffice: Sibley Hall 419
Mailing AddressThird Age Adult Day Center