Adult Day Services are housed at the Lois Brown Dale Welcome Center, located next to the agency’s administrative offices. The center provides a safe, comfortable, and nurturing environment for older adults with physical and cognitive impairments. The majority of the adults who attend the center each day have Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia-related disorders. Others have physical limitations from the effects of a stroke, Parkinson’s disease, or other chronic disabilities. LBD Welcome Center staff provides activities for the participants that are mentally and physically engaging and fun. The LBD Welcome Center supports the responsibility of family caregivers, offering relief from the stress of providing care around the clock seven days per week. Without the LBD Welcome Center, many caregivers would be overwhelmed and faced with the difficult choice of placing their loved ones in a nursing home.
“She speaks highly of her morning coffee and the program. She did say she enjoyed her day Wednesday. She has been waking up and dressing at 3am eager to be on time for the bus. It’s such a delight to see her smile and looking forward to going. She’s been very depressed by her inability to be independent. This program allows her to have some of that back again and gives her something to look forward to. The family is overjoyed with the change in her spirit now. I must tell you that she still talks about our Orientation Day. That set the stage for her. You and your team treated my Mom like a friend instead of a patient and it made all the difference. Thank-you!”
-Testimonial from the daughter of an ADS Customer-
8:30am – 3:30 pm Monday – Friday Closed on major holidays