Adult Day Support Program

Located in St. Michael’s Long Term Care Centre at 7404 – 139 Avenue.

The Adult Day Support Programs are designed to offer clients a variety of therapeutic services and structured social and recreational activities in a group setting. The programs are oriented to Seniors, who are often frail and living in the community. Services are tailored to the clients individual needs and can include rehabilitation therapy as well as to maintain a general level of good health. Clients registered in an Medical rehab Program must attend a full five-to-six hour day on their scheduled day(s). Other services offered are nursing care, recreation, socialization, and respite for the caregiver.

Social Program

  • Population
  • Adults with physical or mild cognitive limitations can access the program, which provides social interaction and/or respite care. This program can be accessed directly by the client or his/her family
  • Cost: $29.50 / day of attendance
  • Program is not time-limited as long as client continues to meet required criteria
  • Services Offered
    • Nurse on site
    • Medication assistance
    • Foot care (fee applies)
    • Limited personal care
    • Respite for caregivers
    • Blood Pressure monitoring
    • Diabetic monitoring (as required. client provides supplies)
    • Social activities
    • General exercise class

    Contact St. Michael’s 780-472-4509 should additional information be required.

Social Program

Medical Rehabilitation Program

  • Population
    • For adults with cognitive/social/physical limitations who are living within the community.
    • Cost: $10.00 / per day of attendance (subsidized by Alberta Health Services)
    • Admission based on assessment and referral from Alberta Health Service
    • This rehab program is subsidized by AB Health and clients are expected to be able to attend full registered day(s) and are continually assessed for improvement.
  • Services Offered
    • Nursing supervision
    • Medication assistance
    • Assessment by Occupational Therapist and one on one treatment as required
    • Scheduled therapy program supervised by Therapist and Therapy Assistant; review of progress on a regular basis
    • Physical therapy modalities offered are hot wax; cold pack; ultrasound; paraffin wax; muscle stimulation; TENS machines, walking program; general muscle stregthening; balance retraining; individual program treetment as needed.
    • Assessment by multi-disciplinary team
    • Structured level of physiotherapy or occupational therapy
    • Foot care (fee applies)
    • Personal care
    • Respite for caregivers
    • Recreation programs
    • Exercise programs
    • Client and family education
    • Blood Pressure monitoring (as ordered by Physician)
    • Diabetic monitoring (as ordered by physician. Client provides supplies)
Rehabilitation Program



Adult Day Support Program News

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When They Were Young 2019

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Volunteer Appreciation 2019

#Weloveourvolunteers Join @Smhg in celebrating #NationalVolunteerWeek 🙂 April 7 to April 13, 2019 #ValueOfVolunteering We #appreciate the devotion, care, willingness to help, talents, experience and passions our volunteers share daily #ThankYou for your #support !! #NVW2019

Mother`s Day Raffle

Congratulations to our #MothersDay #Raffle winners! 😄1st Prize: Shannon Bolichowski2nd Prize: Maria Wojcichowsky3rd Prize: Heather Hicks4th Prize: Sharon MacLean— SMHG (@SMHG) May 16, 2019