Services for younger adults
Easter Seals adult day services offer choices for young adults with disabilities who need a safe, supervised social daytime setting. Easter Seals adult day time care services provide appropriate support to younger adults with disabilities, and a chance to live satisfying lives in their communities.
Whether through birth conditions, accidents or chronic illness, many young adults and their families benefit from Easter Seals adult day services. Some young adults with multiple physical or mental disabilities find Easter Seals adult day programs as they transition from school to community-based services. Many are accident survivors, living with traumatic brain injuries.
Center-based adult day services provide therapeutic programming for individuals 18 and older with a physical disability or social or cognitive impairment who need some assistance with activities of daily living (bathing, dressing, eating, etc.). Programs also offer a break for family caregivers. Many centers target specific populations such as persons with developmental disabilities, while others serve a diverse group with physical and/or mental health diagnoses.