Waterford Grand Adult Day Care is specifically designed to help those diagnosed with early to moderate memory loss, their loved ones and caregivers adapt to their new reality in a nurturing and compassionate environment.

What a day they’ll have. 

Our positive, inspiring approach and structured, encouraging atmosphere means participants at Waterford Grand’s Adult Day Care program enjoy a day filled with intellectual enrichment, active living and social interaction focused on peer-to-peer contact. For those diagnosed with memory loss, it provides the ideal transition to managed care while still living at home. For caregivers it provides temporary, much-needed relief from the stress and demands of caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s Disease or other related dementias.

Short-term respite stays are also available for program participants. Please contact our community relations department for more information.

Intellectual Enrichment

  • Artistic activities that tap into participants’ imagination and creativity, helping to wardoff the effects of memory loss.
  • Hands-on art creation such as painting and pottery.
  • Art therapy classes conducted by expert instructors.
  • Enjoyment and growth through music, including singing and playing instruments.

Active Living

  • Physical pursuits that engage participants’ bodies to help sustain mental acuity.
  • Low-impact group events such as bowling, putt-putt golf and shooting pool.
  • Exclusive exercise programs courtesy of Waterford Grand’s dedicated Recreation and Wellness Director.
  • Access to Waterford Grand’s state-of-the-art indoor Fitness Center.

Social Interaction

  • Peer-based support and social contact specifically designed to delay the worst effects of memory loss.
  • Group field trips within the larger community to local museums, historical societies and art galleries.
  • Intergenerational activities with school-age children that include mentoring, story-telling and music.
  • Daily lunch provided by Waterford Grand in a communal, family-style setting.
  • Support groups and additional education for loved ones and family caregivers of Adult Day Care participants