If you are caring for an elderly individual in need of
health monitoring, companionship, physical, and cognitive
stimulation or with memory loss, we are here to help them—and
Founded in 1986, Senior Adult Activities Centers’ goal
is to provide life enriching, affordable adult day care
services to meet the needs of participants and their caregivers.
We provide a safe, secure environment for social engagement,
and activities that reduce isolation and loneliness for
the participants. For the caregivers, we offer a welcome
respite with counseling and support services available.
The Adult Day Center is located at the Norristown Senior
Center. The Center is open five days a week from
7:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., except on legal holidays.
Participants may attend any number of days according
to their needs.
The Adult Day Center offers adults, within a group
setting, a variety of services in a supportive environment.
This program is designed for adults who can benefit
from structured activities and one-to-one attention.
Our facility is bright and spacious with easy access.
The Center provides an active on-site program that
enriches the participant socially, emotionally and
physically. We offer an individualized plan of care
to meet the needs of each participant.
Members attend on a scheduled basis and participate
in the following activities:
The Adult Day Center Programs contribute to a richer
more enjoyable life through better physical and emotional
health. Program participants are given social opportunities,
which encourage their independence and interest in
community life. In addition, support, education and
respite are offered for families and other caregivers.
- Daily: Socialization, recreation,
nutritious meals and snacks, personal care, exercise
- Weekly: Musicians, sing-alongs,
crafts, games and discussions.
- Monthly: Intergenerational activities,
art therapy, pet therapy, cooking, parties and social
Adult Day Care is appropriate for:
Transportation to Adult Day Care may be provided by
Transnet, family members or friends.
- Those who are physically impaired;
- Stroke victims;
- Individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease;
- Individuals with age-related diseases such as dementia.
For more information, please contact Larry Reed