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Is the ADC open? What are your days and hours of operation? Currently the ADC is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. We hope to resume our normal pre-pandemic operating hours of 7:30 am to 4:30 pm later in 2023.
We are closed for: New Year’s Day, MLK Day, Presidents Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving, the Friday after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
We are implementing extensive safety protocols and following CDC guidelines. Only staff and members are permitted in the building. Staff must wear masks and safety goggles. Members are encouraged to wear masks. Members and staff take their temperature when they enter the building. Everyone washes their hands frequently or uses hand sanitizer. Surfaces are cleaned frequently.
Please visit our “Become a Member” page. Currently we do not have a waiting list, however it may take approximately 4 -6 weeks for a new member to start after submitting a completed application packet. As new members join the ADC, we want them to get acclimated and our staff to come familiar with their needs. For this reason, we don’t start too many new members at once.
Members are screened upon arrival, and temperatures are checked before entering the building.
All members and staff must be fully vaccinated.
All staff wear proper PPE when with our members.
Frequently used/touched surfaces are disinfected throughout the day.
Members are encouraged to wear masks when not eating or drinking.
Any member that develops signed of illness are taken to an isolated area and a family member is contacted to pick up the member showing signs of illness.
The ADC is an independent non-profit with the mission of providing high-quality, comprehensive, and affordable adult day services the community. Our members require help and direction while they are here.
ADC is best for aging adults who wish to age in place but,
• Are unable to stay home alone during the day.
• Want to interact with their peers and have fun during the day.
• Have physical or cognitive limitations that require medical attention.
• Require assistance with eating, toileting, bathing, dressing, and other daily life activities.
• Take medications and/or need treatments on a regular basis.
• Need physical, occupational and/or speech therapy.
ADC’s members include adults with vision and hearing loss, chronic diseases, arthritis, diabetes, stroke, are physically frail, have Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia or dementia-related illness.