Let us help you grow and maintain your health.
Grow and Maintain Independence
Bridges Adult Day and Community Support Services is a center based program providing activities and skills to maintain and support individual goals and health.
Our program provides:
- Opportunities and support for socializing and physical activities.
- A hot, nutritious lunch, and a morning and afternoon refreshment.
- Medication administration authorized by the individual’s physician.
- Health monitoring for individuals with diabetes or other health concerns.
- Assistance with activities of daily living (ADL’s) such as bathing, grooming, toileting.
Our program experience starts by sitting down with each one of our consumers to create a personalized care plan. The Care Plan encompasses stimulating social, leisure, physical, therapeutic and/or educational activities appropriate to meet each consumers’ needs and interests. The Care Plan is periodically updated based on the outcomes of the individual’s goals over time.
Bridges Adult Day and Community Supports Services program gives the option of community integration to individuals who are interested.
- Seasonal- parks, lakes, Ski Mountains, local fairs, and farms
- Educational- museums, libraries, science centers, historical buildings, and military forts
- Entertainment- movies, opera houses, restaurants, ice cream parlors
- Everyday Stores- banks, supermarkets, convenience stores, discount stores.
Volunteer Opportunities- Meals on Wheels, Animal Shelters, Animeals, Food Banks, Service Opportunities, Local Events
Special Olympics- Softball, Baseball, Basketball, Swimming, Bocce, Track and Field, Bowling, Snowshoeing, Cross Country Skiing
Being a Caregiver
Do you find your life has completely changed since becoming a full time caregiver? With over 40 years of experience our staff and volunteers are trained to give the best possible care. Let us assist you in adjusting to this new experience by giving you: Peace of mind, time for yourself, and assistance in maintaining the participant’s present living situation.
Studies show that there is a 60% increase in mortality rate in caregivers experiencing significant emotional stress from caregiving. We encourage all caregivers to educate themselves on long term care provider options; even if it is not something you need now. If you are already a caregiver it is never too late to ask for help.