Adult Daily Living Center
Discover friendship, encouragement and enjoyment at the Adult Daily Living Center. This program offers a cost-effective alternative for adults who need structure and assistance during the day, but are able to return to the comfort of their own home in the evening.
Individuals 18 and older with functional, physical, social or cognitive impairments, such as Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, stroke or brain injury, enjoy a variety of recreation and social programs. They also have access to medical care, including medication administration, health monitoring and personal care, as needed.
The center, located at the Masonic Village at Elizabethtown, is certified and licensed by the PA State Department of Aging and Department of Health and Human Services.
Program staff, under the guidance of the program director/nurse (L.P.N.), develop a care plan for each participant based on his or her specific needs.
Recreational & Social Programs
To enhance overall well-being, participants may engage in goal-oriented activities and programs, including: cards/table games, cognition groups, cooking, creative arts, current events, exercise classes and community outings.
We offer medical care, including medication administration, health monitoring, personal care and incontinence management, as needed. Participants also have access to rehabilitation services, dental services, podiatry services, bathing services a therapy pool and hair salon.
Rates & Transportation
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. We encourage families to provide transportation for the participant; however funding may be available for shuttle transportation.
The Adult Daily Living Center is dually certified and licensed by the PA State Department of Aging and Department of Public Welfare. A Masonic affiliation is not required for participation. This center is funded in part under a contract with the Lancaster County Office of Aging and the Pennsylvania Department of Aging. Funding also is provided through an additional contract with the Dauphin County Area Agency on Aging. 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.