HNHB LHIN Adult Day Programs

A place to belong

Serving:  Hamilton, Niagara, Haldimand-Norfolk, Brant, Burlington

 Adult Day Services are funded in part through the
Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant Local Health Integration Network (HNHB LHIN)

     

Types of Adult Day Programs

Integrated Adult Day Programs

Integrated Adult Day Programs are intended for older adults who may be frail and cannot participate in community based recreational programs. Adults who attend Integrated Programs may be socially isolated, or may need personal care support due to a chronic condition such as stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, diabetes, and/or early to moderate stages of dementia.  Read more...

Alzheimer Disease/Dementia Adult Day Programs

Alzheimer Disease/ Dementia Programs are intended for adults who have a moderate or advanced dementia and require frequent cuing, direction, and supervision.  These programs offer small group settings and staff support and supervision. Staff offer assistance with behavioral habits, provide guidance and cuing during all activities and help with personal care needs.  Read more...

Aphasia Adult Day Programs

Aphasia is a language disorder which affects a person’s ability to communicate. Aphasia is caused by a stroke or brain injury.  Aphasia can lead to social isolation and depression. Our conversation groups and aphasia-friendly day program enable people with aphasia to socialize and feel more connected with the community. Read more...

Specialized Adult Day Programs

Examples of Specialized Programs include:   Heavy Physical Needs Programs,  Aphasia Programs and Acquired Brain Injury Programs. Read more...