Adult Day Health Program

Participant in Wilder Adult Day Health
Supporting healthy aging and purposeful living

Wilder’s Adult Day Health program helps older adults with memory loss or chronic health conditions such as diabetes or heart disease to maintain their independence while experiencing meaningful connections, a sense of belonging and an enhanced quality of life. Participants typically attend one to five days a week and return home each evening. During their time at Adult Day Health, participants can join in social and wellness activities as well as receive personal and health care support.

Immediate openings are available.

  • Call 651-280-2500 to schedule a free tour.



MondayFriday, 6:30 a.m.5:30 p.m.


Wilder Community Center for Aging
650 Marshall Ave.
Saint Paul, MN 55104

A Place to Belong and Succeed

Every adult living with memory loss or chronic health conditions deserves the opportunity to live a healthy and fulfilling life. Wilder Adult Day Health supports older adults in maintaining their independence and enhancing their quality of life. Participants can join in activities that maximize their social well-being, creativity and overall health.

How to Join

Wilder Adult Day Health has immediate openings. We will work closely with you to make sure that our programming meets your needs. Our skilled social work staff will help you through the process and answer your questions at every step. Get more information or schedule a free tour of the Community Center for Aging:

Monthly Calendars and Menu

Day Room Calendar

The Day Room features arts, music, and social activities. Download the December Day Room Calendar.

Memory Care Calendar

Lunch Menu

Healthy lunch every day! Download the monthly lunch menu.

Courageous Stories

Jerry Castle joins in activities at Wilder Adult Day Health in Saint Paul.

Helping Older Adults Live their Best Lives with Adult Day Health

Twice a week, 81-year-old Jerry Castle spends the day chatting with friends, painting, gardening, playing trivia, exercising and joining in other activities that engage his mind and body at Wilder’s Adult Day Health program.More about this story »