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Syracuse's Only Dementia-Specific Day Program
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Welcome to the Kirkpatrick Day Program


Since 1987, the Kirkpatrick Day Program has provided high quality care in a safe and secure environment located near Downtown Syracuse. Day services like ours provide reliable support and care to its participants, while enhancing the overall quality of life for caregivers. Our staff of trained dementia care professionals designs activities based on the individual needs and interests of the participant, with the goal of stimulating cognition and maintaining memory. Simply put...

Caring is our passion.

Our staff of trained specialists design mind-stimulating activities tailored to the individual needs, interests and abilities of each participant. They also incorporate nutritious meals and snacks with a heart-healthy approach. To learn more about the day program, call (315) 472-4204 or e-mail the staff.

The Kirkpatrick Day Program difference:

  • Activities customized to the needs and interests of each participant
  • A safe, secure outdoor area located in a city neighborhood
  • Conveniently located near Downtown, I-81 and I-690.Care designed specifically for individuals with a dementia diagnosis

Most adult day services are open to any older adult that wishes to attend. Admission to the Kirkpatrick Day Program is reserved for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, including Pick’s disease, Lewy Body dementia, Parkinson’s disease, stroke-related or vascular dementia, and Huntington’s disease. A doctor’s diagnosis is not required for attending, however we encourage anyone who suspects that dementia affects them or their loved one to consult a medical professional.


 

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