A Friendly and Caring Environment

Care & Support
Adult Day Services
At-Home Care
Memory Support
Outreach & Support Programs
Personal & Nursing Care
Rehabilitation Services

The Adult Daily Living Center is a joyful and stimulating adult day services program for individuals diagnosed with cognitive and memory issues. Our skilled staff provide person-centered support tailored to meet the needs of each individual during the day, with participants returning to their homes in the evening. For families and caregivers, the program provides support so they may pursue careers, attend to other responsibilities or receive respite.

To enhance well-being, individuals take part in goal-oriented activities and programs, including cards/table games, cognition groups, creative arts, current events, exercise classes, sports, spiritual services and community outings, such as dining in local restaurants.

Medically-educated program staff, under the guidance of the program director, develop a care plan for each participant based on his or her specific needs. Our staff include a highly-trained and qualified program manager/specialist, licensed practical nurse, activity coordinator and program aides.

Rates are per day and include recreational and social programs, a well-balanced noon meal, daily snacks and personal care. Additional costs apply to other services offered. Daily rates are reasonably priced with funding available through the Office of Aging, waiver services, Veteran Affairs and Community HealthChoices.

Families may provide transportation to and from the center based on their own schedule. Public transportation is available through Red Rose Access. Campus residents may coordinate with Masonic Village transportation. The center is open Monday through Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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Care You Can Trust

The Adult Daily Living Center is certified and licensed by the PA State Department of Aging. This program is funded, in part, under an agreement with money allocated by the PA Department of Aging and the Lancaster County Commissioners, through the Lancaster County Office of Aging. Funding also is provided through an additional contract with the Dauphin County Area Agency on Aging.

A Masonic affiliation is not required for participation. Masonic Village does not discriminate against any person on the basis of the applicant’s race, color, religion, disability, ancestry, national origin, familial status, age, sex, limited English proficiency (LEP) or any other protected status.