Adult Day Programs
Are you a senior who is craving socialization? Are you a caregiver looking to encourage an older adult in your care to get out in your community and connect with their peers?
If so, we have a program for you. We’ve developed Adult Days Programs tailored to help older adults connect, socialize, and maintain good physical and mental health.
Take a break and allow yourself or your loved one to benefit from a full day of group programs that support the mind and the body, including exercise, social programs, activities for brain health, snacks and meals, entertainment, and more.
Culturally specific and specialized programs for those with dementia are also available.
Community-based programs are geared to older adults with mild to moderate cognitive impairment/dementia/memory loss (without responsive behaviours).
These programs are also suitable for older adults who are physically frail and could benefit from some personal support and supervision.
The Newcomer South Asian Adult Day Program is designed to meet the culturally specific needs of frail older adults of the South Asian Community.
The Maple Friuli Adult Day Program is designed to meet the culturally specific needs of frail older adults from the Italian community.
The North York Arirang Adult Day Program is designed to meet the culturally specific needs of older adults from the Korean Community.
For more information including eligibility and fees, please refer to the individual program fact sheets:
Fees & Eligibility
At CHATS, we make every effort to keep the cost to you as low as possible for our high-quality care services geared towards older adults. Fees are geared to income, and subsidies are available based on a financial assessment.
Please contact us at 905-713-6596 if you would like to discuss subsidies for any of our services.
CHATS has made such a tremendous difference to my family. Before attending the Adult Day Program, my husband was isolated, frustrated, and challenged. Sadly, he required more support than I could provide on my own, while I recovered myself, and took care of my mother. Since our introduction to CHATS three years ago, he has come out of his shell, making friends with other clients, volunteers, and staff, and allowing me time to recover and become a stronger caregiver.
As a caregiver, I feel so fortunate to know that my husband receives such wonderful care at CHATS, which also allows me the opportunity to focus on my own well-being. We are both so grateful for the staff and volunteers who continue to help us to get through this most difficult time in our lives.