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We encourage people to contact us when memory impairment is in early stages and we support people who may benefit from our services in determining their own course of action. Perhaps you are not experiencing problems with memory, but you have health problems or other isolation factors that can put you at risk for depression.

A variety of adults, ages 18 and over, gather at Friendship Adult Day Services. If you visit with us, your “life story” will be considered as a starting point for planning an active, meaningful day. We draw from your preferences, interests, occupation and hobbies to promote maintenance of skills and opportunities to experience new adventures.

We incorporate nationally recognized activities that are noted for promoting the best physical and social health. All are provided in a social setting that promotes decreased isolation and improves mood and alertness.  

Participants attend Monday through Friday, one to five days per week, to enjoy an active day and to remain socially connected. We provide two snacks and a nutritionally balanced lunch. A typical day with us promotes cognitive, physical and emotional well being.





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