What is the Supportive Day Program?

The Supportive Day Program provides safe and nurturing care for those who can’t or should not be home alone all day. We provide transportation for our participants who are greeted at the door and are welcomed in for coffee / tea and a breakfast baked goods. The program begins at 9 a.m. and the morning continues with:

  • Arts and Crafts
  • Exercises
  • Music
  • Trivia Games
  • Afternoon Activities

A hot lunch is served at noon in our dining room with our community lunch program. The afternoon continues with quiet and active activities, groups and one-on-one and wraps up with a snack before the ride home. The program is available 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Monday through Friday, and also 1 / 2 day schedule. The fee is $30 for the full day. Scholarships may be available. Contact Susan Adams, Supportive Day Program Director.

Supportive Day Program Brochure

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1. How do sign up for the lunch program?
2. How old do you have to be to “join” the Council of Aging (COA)?
3. How can I see the monthly newsletter?
4. What is the Supportive Day Program?
5. How does the transportation service work?
6. Does the COA provide rides to medical appointments that are located outside of Middleboro?
7. I’d like to volunteer some time at the COA. How do I find out information about that?
8. What is the SHINE Program?
9. Does the COA offer support groups?
10. What is Senior Tax Work Off Program?