Adult Day Services and Brain Stretch Club

Adult Day Services

Part of the continuum of care at Clement Manor includes a daytime program for individuals that can benefit from socialization and structured activities, as well as individuals who need assistance with activities of daily living or require supervision for personal safety.

What to expect at Adult Day Care:
Experienced, professional staff - An on-site Nurse is available for health monitoring and medication administration, and a Certified Social Worker is here to address any concerns of participants and their families.

Activities - Mentally and physically stimulating activities are scheduled based on participants needs and level of functioning. A few of the fun things participants enjoy are live music performances, exercise, pet visits, gardening, bus trips, and intergenerational experiences.

Nutrition - A well balanced noon meal and tasty afternoon snack are served every day. Special diets and individual food preferences can be accommodated.

Personal cares - Whirlpool baths are available, as well as assistance with grooming, continence and mobility issues.

Clement Manor Adult Day Services is a State of Wisconsin certified program.

Hours:  Monday through Friday, 7:30 am to 5:00 pm.

Flexible scheduling allows participants to attend partial or full days, one to five days per week.

Alzheimer's Caregivers Support Group meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 2PM in the Multi Purpose Room of the Independent Apartments at 9405 W. Howard Ave.  Facilitated by Alice Hatzenbeller, Clement Manor Director of Pastoral Care.

Early Stage Support Group meets the 1st Monday of every month from 2:30 to 4pm.  Please call to register for this support group meeting.

For more information about Adult Day Services or the support groups, contact us at (414)546-7366.

Click here for an informational flyer.

Brain Stretch Club - A Workout You'll Remember!

senior doing brain stretch activities for memory recall at clement manor This ongoing program is designed to enhance cognitive abilities as well as provide support for the social, educational and emotional needs of persons with a diagnosis of early memory loss.

A typical day includes time for socializing and discussing current events along with brain stretch activities like:
  • memory recall
  • creative writing
  • physical exercise
  • art therapy
  • listening to music
  • stress reduction techniques
  • research

Brain and heart healthy snacks and lunch are included.

The application process includes an assessment.

Click here for an informational flyer.

Clement Manor Brain Stretch Club Meets Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

brain stretch activities for seniors to help with memory care at clement manor For more information contact:
Laurie Nowak
Clement Manor Brain Stretch Club
3939 S. 92nd Street
Greenfield, WI  53228
(414) 546-7367  Fax: (414) 546-7996