Senior Focus Adult Day Health Program
Arrival Time 10:45–11:30 a.m.
Participants settle in and socialize with eachother, Misic and Memory Program, Brain Activities, Puzzles and Nursing Assessments.
11:45 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
Morning sitting Exercise Program
Lunch 12:30–1:30 p.m.—Lunch Preparation
Relaxing environment: Participants are served lunch, they have time to enjoy their meal and socialize with peers.
Independent Activities: 1:30—2:00 p.m.
Participants are encouraged to engage in independent activities of their choice during this time such as Brain Challenge Activities, Creative Arts, Mini Pool Table, Uno, Music and Memory Program. Along with a variety of Activities offered to them to work on.
Afternoon Activities 2:00—2:45 p.m.
Discussion, Cognitive, Fine Morot, Gross Motor, Groups, 1:1 (See Below)
Snack Time 2:45 p.m.
A variety of snacks are provided as well as special snacks during Events.
Bus Time 3:30 p.m.
Participants prepare to go home.
Activities: Based on Personal Centered Care
Staff encourages socialization and engages participants in discussion groups on Current Events and Trivia to increase Cognitive stimulation.
Maintain skills, stimulate motor responses:
- Table Games
- Arts and Crafts
- Wii Games
Maintain range of motion, improve alertness:
- Daily Exercise
- Chair Relay Races
- Balloon Volleyball
- Dancing during Events
- Zumba Class
- Wheel of Fortune
- Tic Tac Toe Trivia
- Word in a Word
- Brain Challenge Activities
- Memory Games
- Family Feud
- Current Events
- Community Council
Socialization with peers and staff, working on small tasks to increase feeling of purpose and self worth, Patio time (Outdoor).
Throughout the program day, the registered nurses and certified nursing assistants work with the team to promote the health and well-being of each of our participants. By monitoring blood pressures, weights, nutrition and providing other individualized nursing assessments, they assist the participant with any health issues that may arise. The goal is simple: avoid the need for lengthy hospitalizations that often lead to long-term nursing home placement.
Evaluation and treatment (PRN) to promote a maximal level of funtioning with ADL's functional activities in the form of ROM strengthening, and cardiovascular activities.
Individual and group activities offered.
A Speech specialist provides evaluation, treatment and counseling in areas of speech, language, voice, fluency, cognition and swallowing. Individualized treatment and home exercise programs developed to improve functionality and independence in aforementioned domains.
Individual/group and multi-disciplinary approach utilized to optimize participants function.
Fire Drill and Emergency Preparedness
Fire Drill every other month and Fire drill review and Emergency Preparedness.
There are special monthly events planned as well with entertainers who provide musical entertainment.
The Social Workers facilitate several weekly support groups to share concerns, ideas and memories.
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