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Adult Day Services

At Seton Center Adult Day Services, we provide a safe, secure "home away from home" for senior citizens who can't stay by themselves during the day.

Our clients spend time with peers and make or continue friendships there. They participate in activities customized to their needs and wishes, including educational and socialization opportunities. Their medical needs are monitored, and a nurse capable of administering medications is on site. Physical, occupation, and speech therapists also visit regularly.

Family members and caregivers have peace-of-mind in knowing that their loved ones are in a safe environment, and get the opportunity needed to attend to their work, to relax and recharge, or to meet other personal needs.

Our Adult Day Services centers are clean, cheery, comfortable, easily accessible, and are an excellent alternative to full-time assisted living facilities. In all three facilities, we encourage our clients to function on a self-directed basis in order to build their confidence and promote self-esteem. Throughout the year, we provide interesting intergenerational programs, primarily in conjunction with other Seton Center departments.

We are open Monday through Friday year-round. We are always ready to meet with family members and caregivers to discuss individual needs, and we believe we offer outstanding Adult Day Services at an affordable cost.

We are licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Aging, and are members of the Pennsylvania Adult Day Services Association and the Adult Day Services Network.

If you are interested, we would like to meet with you to show you our facilities in Brookline or Greensburg. Please contact us to arrange an appointment, or simply fill out our Pre-Registration Form and we will contact you to set up a visit.


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