A Place to Thrive

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Adult Day Program

Arirang Adult Day Program (ADP) provides culturally tailored recreational and healthcare services for Korean seniors in the GTA. Registered community healthcare professionals and Korean-speaking staff provide group and individual activities that focus on physical, cognitive, and emotional health. 

ADP is a place of belonging where our seniors who are often isolated have social interactions and remain engaged with community.  Nutritious lunches and refreshments, as well as transportation, are provided.

For caregiving families, Arirang ADP provides much-needed respite to run errands, work or relax.

A small monthly fee is required for enrollment into the program.  For more information, including eligibility and how to apply, please contact programs@aafcc.ca.

Important Documents

Time Day 1 Day 2
8:30AM – 9:00AM Welcome Welcome
9:00AM – 9:30AM Coffee Break Coffee Break
9:30AM – 10:30AM Easy Trivia and Exercise Easy Trivia and Exercise
10:30AM – 12:00PM Small Group Project Games
12:00PM – 1:30PM Lunch Lunch
1:30PM – 2:00PM Exercise Exercise
2:00PM – 3:30PM Small Group Project Games
3:30PM – 4:00PM Tea Time and Favorite Tunes Tea Time and Favorite Tunes
4:00PM Movie Movie

Resources

AAFCC has developed culturally and linguistically appropriate print resources, including booklets and pamphlets to increase awareness of health and health-related topics that have an impact on the health and well-being of Korean seniors.

In addition to print resources, a video was developed in collaboration with Acoustic Soul Production Inc. to raise awareness of financial abuse and control of seniors.

Workshops

AAFCC has developed and delivered workshops in partnership with our various community partners who have content expertise in specific areas.

Workshops have focused on various health topics including diabetes, mental health, stroke prevention and the Canadian health system. A series of workshops on the identification and prevention of elder abuse was also held throughout the community.

Workshops are pending availability of funding.