Adult Day Health Program

Participant in Wilder Adult Day Health
Wilder Adult Day Health Has Closed, But Other Healthy Aging Services Continue

Wilder has made the difficult decision to close our Adult Day Health program. Adult Day Health improved the quality of life for hundreds of older adults and adults with disabilities for more than four decades. It has been an honor to support community members who have entrusted us to care for them and their loved ones. We are grateful to our dedicated, compassionate staff, our selfless volunteers, our numerous community partners, and everyone who has played a part in making Adult Day Health a safe, welcoming place for participants and their families.

Contact

Phone: 651-280-2500
Address:

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

Wilder Continues to Offer Healthy Aging and Caregiving Services

The Adult Day Health Program helped older adults with memory loss, mental health concerns, physical or chronic 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. Although Adult Day Health is no longer operating, Wilder continues to offer a variety of healthy aging and caregiving services that support older adults and caregivers in Saint Paul and beyond.

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Looking for help? We can provide resources and information about adult day programs and other services that may be helpful to you.

Call 651-280-2500 or email healthyaging@wilder.org

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