Adult Day Program

The adult day program is intended to provide a variety of services including functional skills training, vocational exposure and development, and leisure activities. Across the various services, a fundamental purpose is to enhance independent functioning among the adult consumer. Progression within the program will be determined on an individual basis and will be assessed annually.


Adult Day Program Hours:
Monday-Friday from 10am to 3pm

Before and After Care Hours:
Available upon request.

When the program will be closed, or has modified hours,
reminders will be posted at least 2 weeks prior.

Community Outings
Minimum 2-3 times per week.

The care program is closed the following days:
– New Year’s Day
– Memorial Day
– Independence Day
– Labor Day
– Thanksgiving and the following Friday
– Christmas Day

Christmas Care program hours are modified for:
– Staff Christmas Party – close at 5:30pm

Life Skills We Teach

Self-Care & Hygiene

  • Handwashing
  • Coughing & Sneezing Etiquette
  • Daily Hygiene
  • Identifying Medical Needs
  • Feminine Hygiene

Cooking, Measuring, & Kitchen Safety

  • Recipes
  • Measuring
  • Mixing
  • Cutting
  • Kitchen Safety

Transportation & Street Safety

  • Walking to destinations
  • Public Transportation
  • Street Safety

Grocery Shopping & Money

  • Creating Lists
  • Store Etiquette
  • Money

Language & Literacy

  • Writing
  • Reading
  • Reading Comprehension

Vocational Development

  • Communication
  • Interviewing
  • Etiquette
  • Teamwork

Community Resources


  • Measuring
  • Mixing
  • Cause & Effect
  • Observations

Nutrition & Fitness

  • Healthy Food Choices
  • Movement / Exercise

We LOVE going on walks!

Time & Time Management

  • Telling time on an analog clock
  • Time Phrases

Independent Living Skills

  • Cooking/Baking
  • Laundy / Folding Clothes
  • Dishes
  • General Cleaning

Social Skills

  • Group activities such as… Art Projects
  • Games/Puzzles
  • Gardening
  • Fundraising
  • Reading/Storytelling
  • Music & Dancing
  • Birthdays/Holidays

Participants will interact with IRPA volunteers, staff, and other participants enrolled in other IRPA programs. They will also work with staff on social etiquette and will be provided opportunities to engage with the community on

Community Outings

Can be, but are not limited to…

The beach, grocery store, community parks, bowling, picnics, farmers market, pool, library, bookstore, museum, aquarium, and craft store.

On-Site Fun

Art | Gardening | Horses | Community Park