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Social Adult Day Services

Social Day Services are individually designed for your loved one's overall well being and independence. Services are provided in our handicap accessible facilities located in Farmington and Elmira, New York.

 

Social Day Services provide respite and peace of mind to caregivers during the day knowing their loved one is being being cared for in a safe setting.

 

Services include socialization with peers, meals/snacks, medication reminders, and assistance & supervision with activities of daily living (ADLs). Transportation options are available and can be arranged.

 

Hours of Operation: Monday-Saturday 8am-4pm


 

 

 

Our program offers daily opportunities in the areas of arts & crafts, video & board games, card tournaments, computers, cooking/baking, gardening, recreational outings and much more. Our calendar of activities changes monthly and members choose their preferred activities.

 

Some of our members' favorite recreational activities include picnics, shopping, bowling, movies, museums, and community festivals, to name a few.

 

Members also have a unique opportunity for close-up encounters with the native and exotic wildlife we care for in our Donhauser/Ross Wildlife Education Center at our Farmington site. The Elmira site also has opportunities for wildlife encounters.


Oversight & Supervision

We take the care of those we serve very seriously. We want all caregivers to feel that their loved one is being cared for in a compassionate and safe setting.

 

All Bridges staff receive training as mandated by the NYS Department of Health and NYS Office For the Aging, including CPR & First Aid. Additionally, all staff are required to pass a Criminal Background Check, a NYS Registry Check and a DMV Check.

 

 

 

Eligibility

We serve individuals 18 years and up needing supervision and monitoring due to cognitive or psycho-social impairment and/or individuals who require hands on assistance or supervision in activities of daily living (mobility, transfers, toileting and/or eating). This can be due to a physical disability such as a stroke, multiple sclerosis, as well as cognitive impairments like Alzheimer's disease or other dementias.

 

Our staff can help walk you through the eligibility process and discuss payment options. We accept Medicaid & Managed Care reimbursements as well as offer a private pay option.


Contact Us

For More Information or To Schedule a Tour, Contact John Truini, Day Services Director at jtruini@bridgesforbraininjury.org or call 585-396-0070.