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Adult Day Services


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  • Website: Government of BC
  • Resource type: General web page

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Adult day services help seniors live independently in their homes by providing supportive programs and groups in their own community once or twice a week. If you are interested in learning more about adult day services and want to see if you are eligible for such services, use this resource to learn more about costs and logistics.


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community support, social support, mental health, safety


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Rated on: 9/17/2019 3:04:05 PM

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