AHADC’s Respite program provides the primary caregiver an occasional break or temporary relief from the day-to-day responsibilities of caring for their family member. Members enjoy a full schedule of activities including games and arts & crafts. Our dedicated staff is present to assist with such dressing, feeding, toileting needs, and much more.
Therapeutic Activities Program
Did you know that allowing our brains the freedom of expression, even through doodling, can have a wonderful impact on how we process, retain, and share information?
AHADC understands the importance of cognitive stimulation and ensures to offer a variety of therapeutic activities such as arts & crafts, therapeutic exercises, sensory games, and much more.
Our therapeutic activities promote the following:
Improve cognition and sensory motor skills
Cultivate emotional resilience
Foster self-awareness and self-esteem
Enhance social skills
Exciting activities are created monthly to engage and encourage our members. Every day is a new experience!
Annex Program –
early learning activities for Developmentally Disabled Adults
Our Annex Program focuses on socializing, educating, and empowering our participants through dedicated and compassionate care. Held in a classroom environment, this program includes many stimulating games including (but not limited to): singing, interacting with new friends, and educational learning.
Our community is composed of those who are faced differing developmental disabilities — such as cerebral palsy, down syndrome, autism, and seizure disorders.We also serve those who are challenged intellectually and are not given the chance to learn in a classroom atmosphere.