Our services consist of a variety of social, recreational and educational programs designed to provide mental, physical and social stimulation. Activities can easily be modified to accommodate the special needs of people with impaired memory, vision, hearing, and mobility. View our calendar for a full activity and meal schedule. 

At AADS, all clients receive access to:


Your loved one will have the chance to interact with other clients in planned activities, but always with the utmost consideration for their particular needs.

  • Discussion
  • Parties
  • Reminiscing
  • Games
  • Sing-alongs


At AADS, we believe in the importance of maintaining physical activity, within reason. Here, our clients regularly participate in:

  • Daily stretching
  • Range-of-motion exercises
  • Light resistance exercises
  • Dancing
  • Other physical games such as balloon volleyball, scarf juggling, and more!


Clients participate in a variety of sensory-stimulating activities aimed at trying to keep the mind sharp, including:

  • Trivia
  • Word games
  • Visual Matching
  • and more!


Other activities including, but not limited to:

  • Arts and Crafts
  • Cooking & Baking
  • Pet Therapy
  • Gardening
  • Intergenerational Activities
  • Field Trips
  • News & Views
  • Birthday and Holiday Celebrations


Family members and other caregivers are our clients’ primary mode of transportation to and from the facility. However, through several very generous acts of kindness, AADS has access to wheelchair-accessible vehicles that can be used to transport clients who live within a 10-mile range to and from the facility for a small additional fee.

These vehicles are also used to safely transport clients during our field trips. There are no additional transportation costs associated with field trips. meals and snacks.


While in our care, clients are provided with meals and snacks. We can also accommodate any special dietary needs. personal care.


Though we aim to help your loved one maintain their independence, our staff and volunteers are here to assist with toileting, grooming, eating, and other personal activities of daily living as needed.

I am convinced that AADS has done more good for my mother than any of her medications. We are blessed to have found such a wonderful place filled with kind, caring people.