JAMESTOWN - Students from the Maple Grove High School junior class visited the Chautauqua Adult Day Care Present Center over the holidays. The students made chocolate-covered pretzels with the participants.
They worked with each other and melted the chocolate, prepared the toppings and reminisced with the elderly about their favorite Christmases. Others helped make decorative homemade cookie jars that were given away as Christmas gifts. After lunch, the clients were treated to Christmas carols sung by the students and joined in with some of the lyrics, which was fun for all.
Chautauqua Adult Day Care Centers, Inc., offers senior day programs for adults sixty years of age and older who live in the community. The centers provide socialization and offer many opportunities for clients to participate in activities during the day in a caring friendly atmosphere. Senior Day Programs provide supportive staff, a secure group setting, supervision, meals, social work services, recreation and companionship. In addition, the agency now has a Saturday program in Jamestown that focuses on participants being very involved in attending local events and outdoor recreation every week as well as eating home-cooked meals.
From left: Mitchel Lamper, Amie Adams, Corey Wefing, Mary Warden and Kyla Prindle-Cassidy.
The Chautauqua Adult Day Care Centers, Inc., is a not-for-profit United Way agency that provides an affordable day program for older adults in the community to remain independent and at home.