Adult Day Programs
Our state certified Adult Day Programs provide a fun, supportive and engaging place to be during the day. All Adult Day programs are staffed by knowledgeable and caring professionals.
Adult Day Programs are designed for seniors and people with disabilities: including people who are frail, have dementia or simply need support, companionship and care during the day. We provide fun activities, personal care assistance, healthy snacks and lunches.
We work closely with our program participants to understand their unique needs, hopes and desires.
Adult Day Services for People with Dementia
Dementia is a disease that can be stressful on both the caregiver and client. We offer several programs centered on the specific needs of each person.
Our specially trained staff provide one-on-one assistance to clients in a caring and secure environment. Families tell us they are very thankful their spouse or parent has a purposeful and fun place to be during the day. Our dementia-specific services are a valued alternative to costly nursing home care.
Our Adult Day Services allow caregivers worry-free time to run errands, work, or otherwise do things to re-charge their caregiver batteries so they can give fully of themselves to their loved ones. We help keep caregivers connected to their community, as well as their loved ones.
Supportive services may also include bathing and showers, hair care, foot care, nursing, meals and transportation, and therapy services. Specific program locations:
Adult Day Service, Green Bay: 920-593-3575
West side location: 1538 Western Ave., Green Bay, WI 54303
East side location: 2900 Curry Ln., Green Bay, WI 54311
Generations Adult Day, Manitowoc: 920-682-9500
1402 Clark Street, Manitowoc, WI 54220
Journey’s Club, Luxemburg: 920-255-4069
700 Heritage Road, Luxemburg, WI 54217
Older Americans Club, Shawano: 715-853-2281
225 S. Main St., Shawano, WI 54166
Our Care Coordinators provide caregivers with resources and support. They can help with many of your concerns: whether installing grab bars in the bathroom, organizing funding and financial affairs, offering suggestions for handling difficult behaviors, or providing you—the caregiver—with emotional support.
Individuals and families connect with us when someone is in need of compassionate, supportive and rehabilitative care due to physical or intellectual disability, dementia, brain injury or other disability. We help by creating connections and maintaining independence by working to understand the exact level of support each person may need. Our knowledgeable team partners with families, caregivers service providers and others who all share the goal of creating the best life we can for the people we help.
For more information, contact Curative Connections at Email or 920.593.3575.