Senior Services

4700 Dublin Ave.   ~  Midland, Michigan  48642  ~  989-633-3700

Midland County Council on Aging

Making Life Easier for Older Adults

Seasons Adult Day Services

A Place to Share the Care
Seasons Adult Day Care Services is a warm and inviting daytime environment where adults with Alzheimer’s disease and related illnesses can engage in meaningful activities that meet their social, emotional and physical needs. Seasons offers an environment that respects the individual by enhancing their self-esteem, dignity and well-being.

Seasons is located inside the Senior Services Building at 4700 Dublin Ave. and also in another location at 4812 Dublin Ave. in Midland, Michigan. Phone: (989) 633-3700
Hours: Monday-Friday from 7:00AM to 5:30PM

Who Benefits from Adult Day Care Services?
• Those who have memory impairment (such as Alzheimer's Disease, dementia,      and normal memory loss)
• Those who need a structured and safe environment
• Those who have physical impairments and need more physical activity
• Those who are isolated and lonely and would enjoy socializing with others
• Families and caregivers who need a break from the daily responsibility of

Reasons to Attend
 • Maintain or improve cognitive and physical function
 • Provide respite for the caregiver
 • Decrease caregiver stress
 • Delay nursing home placement
 • Add quality & meaning to life
 • Therapeutic Activity Program

Therapeutic Activity Program
Our therapeutic activity program includes activities that are designed to improve and maintain physical, cognitive, social, emotional and spiritual functioning to enrich one’s quality of life. These activities provide purpose and meaning to individuals regardless of their physical or cognitive limitations. This is achieved through:
 • Mentally Stimulating Activities
 • Discussion/Reminiscing Groups
 • Physical Exercise
 • Music and Singing
 • Art Activities
 • Socialization
 • Craft Projects
 • Community Outings
 • Special Events
 • Meaningful Life Skills: Cooking, Gardening and Personal care
 • Health Monitoring

Health Monitoring
Feel secure knowing that our staff consists of a full time registered nurse and other trained professionals who are familiar with the needs of people with dementia and other health problems including:
 • Alzheimer's and other Dementias
 • Stroke
 • Parkinson's Disease
 • Physical Impairments
 • Diabetes
 • Developmental Disabilities
 • Special Diets
 • Incontinence