OPC Adult Day Service Open House
Rochester, MI: Do you have a loved one living with progressive memory loss and are looking for a safe, compassionate, enriching and engaging daily experience for them?
Visit the OPC’s (Older Persons’ Commission) Adult Day Service (ADS) Open House on Friday, March 11, from 10am to 11:30am to learn more about this service and how it can benefit your family or loved one.
ADS is a day program operating in the OPC facility, and is currently welcoming new clients. There is a full curriculum of activities for seniors who may function somewhat independently, but who are socially isolated and need some structure, activities and mental stimulation. Each day, the ADS is full of events designed to maintain and enhance physical, social, emotional and cognitive functioning. It also provides avenues to renew old interests or learn new skills, leading to an improved sense of self-worth and accomplishment. Enriching care is an important factor in improving a person’s ability to remain independent for as long as possible, potentially preventing premature nursing home placement.
Not only does regular ADS participation support the individual client, it also provides critical respite care for loved ones and caregivers. Daily transportation to and from the ADS is available for those living in Rochester, Rochester Hills and Oakland Township.
The ADS Open House is an ideal opportunity to experience the facility, meet the staff, learn about requirements for participation and all of the tremendous benefits of this service. The OPC is located at 650 Letica Drive, Rochester. For further inquiries, please call (248)608-0261
ABOUT THE OLDER PERSONS' COMMISSION (OPC)
OPC is Michigan’s premier adult community center dedicated to the physical, intellectual and emotional well-being of Rochester, Rochester Hills and Oakland Township residents who are 50+. In addition to “Meals on Wheels,” the OPC offers resources through its Adult Day Services, support groups and much more. All of the services offered by the OPC are designed to help individuals 50 and older age in place, stay connected to the community, and maintain their independence. For more information about the OPC, visit opcseniorcenter.org or call 248-656-1403. And please don’t forget to Like us on Facebook
Feb 26, 2022, Rochester.Life Staff