Adult Day Services
Frenchtown Friendship Club
The Frenchtown Friendship Club is an Adult Day
Services program. We offer professional
supervision as well as planned activities for the
elderly with cognitive impairment. Our goal is to
provide a positive, happy environment where the elderly
can feel needed and useful. While the Frenchtown
Friendship club is not meant to be a substitute for the
family or caregiver, it works to supplement the care
received at home while giving the family or caregiver a
relief for work, errands, or respite care knowing their
loved one is well cared for in a professional run, well
planned and supervised environment.
Purpose of Adult Day Services
Reduce the isolation of frail older person's highest
level of functioning, and preventing further decline.
Restoring a person's level of functioning to his/her
highest level. Foster socialization and peer
interaction. Support family caregivers with
respite, education, support, and other related
Help Us Lead A Campaign
To Find A Cure for Alzheimer
The Adult Day Health Services Program at
the Frenchtown Senior Citizen’s Center, Inc., is selling
license plates that say “ALZ CURE” in an effort to make
people aware that we need to find a cure for
Alzheimer’s. This devastating disease is becoming more
and more prevalent in our community as people tend to
live longer. It is also showing up at an earlier age
then in the past.
Proceeds from the license plate sales
will go to Frenchtown Senior Citizen’s Center Adult Day
Services Program where people with Alzheimer’s and
Dementia are cared for and where caregivers are offered
a relief from care giving during the day time hours.
The license plates should be mounted on
the front of your car telling all who see it – “We need
to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease”!
We also support the Alzheimer’s
Association in finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.
| Mary Ann Mack,
|Jean Stadler, Aid
Paula Cicero, C.N.A.
Nancy Jones, Aid
Mary Morris, Activities Coordinator
To learn more about the Adult Day Services program please call (734) 243-6210 and ask to speak with Mary Ann Mack, RN
- Program Director.