Adult Day Programs
Adult Day Programs provide a day out for seniors and adults who require additional support to participate in social, physical and therapeutic recreational activities. Day Programs offer an opportunity to participate in planned activities aimed at supporting a client’s personal capacity. Participants enjoy time with others doing activities, while caregivers have peace of mind knowing that their loved one is safe.
There are 10 providers, offering programs at 17 locations across the Mississauga Halton region. Diverse programming and language, as well as flexible scheduling ensure there is a program right for everyone.
To find out more, contact the program directly to book a tour or check out the brochure for more information. Once you choose what program you would like to enroll in, contact home and community care at 310-2222 (no area code required) to begin the referral process.
Adult Day Programs: Videos
Adult Day Programs provide engaging activities in the community for people with physical or cognitive impairments, as well as those with Alzheimer's or related dementias. To view each organization's video showcasing the features and benefits of each Adult Day Program, click on the links below.
Acclaim Health is a non-profit charitable organization committed to providing clients with quality care and support. Acclaim Health's Alzheimer's Services include a seniors day program for those with Alzheimer's or dementia, as well as caregiver support and education. The program offers social, cognitive, physical and creative activities that build on existing skills and past interests.
The Alzheimer Society of Peel was founded in 1983 and has become a leader in dementia care. It promotes public and professional awareness of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias and offers a variety of programs and services.
Etobicoke Services for Seniors (ESS) is a not-for-profit agency committed to supporting seniors in their desire to remain in their own homes and community. Its programming caters to frail, isolated, living with memory-related disorders such as Alzheimer's Disease, or recovering from a stroke.
Halton region offers three Adult Day Programs that benefit frail/elderly adults with disabilities or cognitive impairment living in the community. Mental and social stimulation, assistance and supervision with activities of daily living are provided, as well as daytime support service from caregiving responsibilities.
Indus Community Services' Adult Day Program offers preventative and rehabilitation services in Peel region. Indus offers a supportive and safe environment for frail, elderly and cognitively impaired adults with complex healthcare needs. Participants enjoy physically and mentally stimulating activities: light exercise, music therapy and nutritious vegetarian meals. This results in family like companionships and replacing their sense of isolation with a sense of belonging.
Next Step to Active Living, a therapeutic recreation program, offers a supportive environment for adults aged 21 and over with acquired physical disabilities. Community integration to promote a positive independent lifestyle is facilitated through individualized recreation choices in a community setting.
S.E.N.A.C.A. is a non-profit charitable organization supporting individuals and families in their caregiving roles within the community. It provides adult respite services, focusing on nurturing activities, personal achievement, companionship and wellness, with an emphasis on cultural diversity.
Seniors Life Enhancement Centres offer social and recreational activities in a safe, stimulating and encouraging environment.The programs provide assistance with maintaining the highest possible degree of independence and enhanced quality of life. Personalized care is given by specially trained and caring staff members.
Sheridan Villa long-term care home provides Adult Day Services to people (non-residents) who are socially isolated or feeling lonely, can't manage on their own anymore, or need assistance and/or supervision with day-to-day activities. It also offers caregiver support and education programming.
The Yee Hong Centre for Geriatric Care is a non-profit organization serving seniors in the Greater Toronto Area. As the service arm of the Yee Hong community, it carries the responsibilities of planning and delivering high quality and culturally appropriate services to enable seniors to live their lives to the fullest - in the healthiest, most independent and dignified ways.