People with memory loss and their families can benefit from North Shore Senior Center’s House of Welcome Adult Day Services (HOW), which provides specialized programs for people living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. Services include a day program, an early memory loss program, family support and education.  We are also approved by the VA as a provider of adult day care for veterans who have dementia. 

We understand your concerns regarding caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias. All HOW staff are trained in person-centered dementia care and professional specialties include nursing, creative arts therapies, recreation therapy, counseling and social work.

We welcome participants and volunteers of all ages, races, ethnicities, religious traditions and spiritual practices, genders and sexual orientations. 

Click here to view our latest video highlighting two families' experiences at House of Welcome Adult Day Services.

 

"My father recently passed, but please know your services were very instrumental in the last six years of his life. They enriched him and kept his mind and body sharp. Our family thanks you from the bottom of our hearts." ~son

 

 

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