Adult Day Center Services
PACE Westerly (formerly The Adult Day Center of Westerly) is a welcoming and safe environment for PACE participants and day center attendees. The day center at PACE Westerly is open to all seniors in southwestern Rhode Island and nearby Connecticut. Those areas include:
- Westerly, RI
- Charlestown, RI
- Hopkinton, RI
- Wakefield, RI
- Stonington, CT
- North Stonington, CT
- Mystic, CT
A visit to PACE Westerly’s day center is always filled with things to do and people to see. Mornings might involve conversations, music, a cup of coffee, or time spent painting. These calming activities allow day center attendees to ease into the day. After lunch, attendees might participate in dancing, floor games, or join a game of bingo.
PACE Westerly offers adult day center services to both PACE-RI participants and local seniors who do not enroll in our health plan. The day center provides a range of services, including:
- Midday meals
- Transportation to and from the center
- Engaging activities
- Art classes and
- Guided exercises.
Daily Adult Day Center Activities
Our adult daycare center is designed to keep attendees engaged and active in ways that suit their interests, needs, and abilities. PACE-RI’s life enrichment staff are always looking for ways to introduce fun and innovative ways to engage them. All the while, we are cultivating long-established or even newfound interests that will enhance their quality of life.
Additional Benefits for PACE Participants
PACE health plan participants also attend the day center and are offered the added benefit of having on-site health services. Primary care, nursing, and prescription management are all provided to our participants every day within the health center. Those adult day care services include doctor’s appointments, dietary advice, specialist visits, and more.
With our caring and dedicated staff, PACE Westerly accommodates seniors of all backgrounds. Regardless of your family member’s needs, they will be addressed with a balance of services tailored specifically to them by our team of clinical professionals.
Making Lasting Relationships
One of the most meaningful things about attending an adult daycare center is the interpersonal connections. The bonds that are formed in daily interactions can create a lasting impression on participants. PACE-RI encourages these relationships between participants and staff, across the spectrum of backgrounds and abilities. In fact, some participants say that the relationships they form in the day center are the most valuable part of the experience.
No matter what you or your loved one are looking for in a day center, PACE Westerly is the place to go. The friendly and knowledgeable staff make it easy to settle in and can answer any questions you have about the program. Most importantly, we listen to the needs and concerns of our participants and their families. That responsiveness is what sets our day center apart. Call PACE Westerly today to learn more and start making your days extraordinary.
For more information, please call 401.434.1400 or contact us. One of the experts will answer all your questions.
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