Adult Day Care


The Blackmon Adult Day Care is a structured, comprehensive program that provides functionally impaired individuals with socialization, supervision and monitoring, personal care, and nutrition in a protective setting.

In addition to addressing the individual’s specific care needs for assistance in activities of daily living; Blackmon Adult Day Care provides a secure environment and therapeutic activities aimed at helping participants to achieve optimal physical and mental/cognitive functioning.

Blackmon Adult Day Care improves the quality of life for older adults by reducing social isolation, and increasing social and community engagement. By doing such, Blackmon Adult Day Care prevents or delays further deterioration and the potential need for more expensive health care services. In addition to improving the quality of life for functionally impaired adults, Social adult day services can improve the quality of life for the informal caregivers by giving them a break from their ongoing caregiving responsibilities and providing them with a feeling of confidence that their loved one is in a safe environment.



The mission of Blackmon Adult Day Services is to demonstrate “Caring with a Commitment to Quality,” by providing an adult day social model program in a clean, nourishing and compassionate environment.

Social Activity: Interaction with other participants in planned activities.

Meals and Snack: In addition, those with special dietary requirements are offered special meals. Those who have difficultly eating will receive assistance.

Personal Care: Help with toileting, grooming, and other personal care activities.

Therapeutic Activities: Exercise, skills training, and help with daily activities

Breakfast, Lunch and snacks served daily

Hot, nutritious meals

Daily exercise and therapy groups

Daily art classes, discussion groups and lectures

Safe, escorted excursions to museums, parks and cultural sites

Chess Lessons

Movies, Community Gardening

Special Guests and Educational Speakers Monthly

Supervision and Monitoring

Mental Stimulation games such as: bingo, chess etc.

Musical entertainment and sing-a-longs

Stretching or other gentle exercise sessions

Discussion groups about books, films of current events.

Creative Writing and Book Clubs

Holiday and birthday celebrations

Local outings

Computer Classes

Clients attending Social Adult Day Care Centers usually do not need medical attention during the day, but may need supervision for safety and activities of daily living.