When memory loss occurs, many homebound seniors avoid socialization and become more isolated. In Forsyth County, people living with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, have a better choice. The award-winning Elizabeth and Tab Williams Adult Day Center provides a safe, fun, and structured day program that brings meaning and friendship to each participant in a nurturing environment. This video shows more about how staff and volunteers at the Williams Center use their knowledge, care, compassion, and kindness to change lives every day.
What family caregivers say about the Williams Center
“I have less stress about dad’s care while I work. Dad is more awake, alert, when at home he just sleeps all day; orientation to day/nights improved; less confusion.”
“Activity and conversation at the center are good for her.”
“I don’t know how I could survive without the center. Definitely I am sane today due to this facility and its support.”
“The nursing staff and nursing assistants are always there when needed during the day.”
HOURS & SERVICES PROVIDED
The Williams Adult Day Center is open Monday Through Friday from 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Meaningful activities, nutritious meals and opportunities for fellowship and socialization are provided.
In addition to providing a stimulating and safe experience for participants, the Williams Center allows caregivers to continue their work and other family responsibilities with the knowledge that their relatives are safe and well cared for.
CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUPS
The Williams Center also offers the Music and Memory program. Rooted in extensive neuroscience research, Music and Memory provides personalized playlists to participants living with memory loss. Hearing their musical favorites taps deep memories not lost to dementia, and can bring participants back to life, enabling them to feel like themselves again, to converse, socialize and stay present.
This video highlights the effects of Music and Memory at the Williams Adult Day Center.
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