The Adult Day Center (ADC) has been providing high-quality, comprehensive, and affordable adult day services to vulnerable seniors, and adults living with a disability or dementia related illness for 45 years. Providing these services with a person-centered approach in a compassionate and accepting environment, while also offering respite, support, and education for family caregivers, is our agency’s mission.
The ADC began in a local church basement with a handful of seniors in 1977. By 1984, the ADC outgrew its original space and became one of the first non-profit agencies to be housed in the People Care Center in Bridgewater. Over the next 15 years the agency continued to grow and expand it programs and services. By the early 2000’s the ADC was serving 50 members a day and had a six-month waitlist for enrollment. At this time, we began a 10-year process to raise funds and build our own stand-along facility. In 2011 we moved in to our new “home” where we can serve 80 member a day, approximately 250 families a year.
We offer an extensive number of services at our facility to benefit our members and family caregivers. Our members are comfortable in their surroundings and have the support of our staff while receiving services and their caregivers don’t have the added burden of taking their loved ones to various location for supplemental services.
The Adult Day Center, a compassionate community of acceptance, is a non-profit agency committed to providing extraordinary day care services for vulnerable seniors, adults living with a disability or dementia-related illness, and support and education for their caregiving families.