Adult Day Services
The mission of the Vocational Program is to provide stimulating services and employment opportunities on an individual basis to promote choice, education and independence resulting in greater community inclusion.
The Epilepsy Center of Northwest Ohio has developed an Adult Day Program site that is appealing to many individuals like you that have a need for something better! This program allows individuals to take part in several different activities that help support you as an individual by matching individual needs/desires while enhancing skill sets and encouragement to reach maximum potential.
Adult Day Services: This Day Habilitation program is provided to any individual in the Northwest Ohio community that are looking for something to do during the day that helps them develop new skills, identify with activities and events that interest them as well as providing a social outlet. These clients will receive a variety of exciting services such as arts and crafts, community inclusion, exercise and educational classes.
Hours of Operation: The Adult Day Services Program is open M – F, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
What to Bring: Bring a packed lunch, change of clothes (can be left at the center), medications if needed and money if applicable for an activity.
General Daily Schedule:
9:00 a.m. Welcome! Choice activities
10:30 a.m. Coffee and Conversation!
11:00 a.m. Group activities
12:00 p.m. Lunch
1:00 p.m.Special activity/class/ guest speaker
2:00 p.m. Mon/Wed – Bingo/Exercise Tues/Thu – YMCA/Exercise
3:00 p.m. End of Day
When We Are Not Open:
The Epilepsy Center Adult Day Services observes the following holidays:
New Year’s Day
Martin Luther King Day
Friday after Thanksgiving Day
*Adult Day Services runs 244 days a year, The Epilepsy Center reserves the right to announce in-service/shutdown days at a later date.
The Mission of the Epilepsy Center of Northwest Ohio is to improve the lives of people affected by epilepsy and those with developmental disabilities.
People with epilepsy and those with developmental disabilities will attain the highest quality of life and gain full acceptance and understanding from the community.