- Adult Day Activity Programs
- 1st and 2nd Shift Vocational Training Program
- Senior Daycare Program
- “Super Seniors” Summer Transition Youth
The Center is open to ages 18 or older, from 7:30 am – 3:00 pm and 2nd Shift Vocational Program from 2:00 pm – 7:30 pm.
Since 1956, URS has provided stimulating and socially-engaging programs in an environment where adults and seniors with disabilities can work, socialize and instill a sense of purpose in their lives. Our state-of-the-art center at the corner of Needmore and Old Troy Pike features a gymnasium, Nursing Clinic, Meditation Room, Art Room, Laundry Center and new Senior Room. URS is focused on building the pathways to independence in the following ways:
- Adult Day Programs with enrichment activities in gardening, music, literacy, computer science, art and cultural activities
- Community-based recreational opportunities
- Vocational Training Program with paid work experiences in the areas of small parts assembly, culinary, custodial, secure document destruction, landscaping and commercial laundry
- 2nd Shift Vocational Training Program from 2:00 pm – 7:30 pm
- Employment Services offers a broad range of assessment, training and job placement services, including Transition Services (ages 14 – 22), Project SEARCH, Job Club and Summer Youth Work Experiences and Career Exploration
- On-site Nursing Services to provide for g-tube feedings, breathing treatments, seizure monitoring, medication administration and other medical services
- Hot Meals and snacks are available under the guidance of a licensed dietitian
- On-site Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapy Services
- Specialized activities include Golden Qi (tai chi for people who cannot stand to exercise) and Empowerment Drumming
- URS is a participating provider with Ohio DoDD, Area Agency on Aging Passport and ComCare Programs, MyCare Ohio Waivers, Veterans Affairs (VA) and local County Boards.
Our Adult Services Programs focus on socially-engaging activities for adults and seniors with developmental or acquired disabilities with the goal of increasing their level of independence and self-advocacy skills, while addressing their physical, social and psychological needs. Assistance is provided with activities of daily living such as eating, dressing and toileting.
Enrichment activities include gardening, music, literacy, computer science, art and cultural activities. Community-based recreational opportunities are offered on a regular basis to libraries, museums, theater productions, parks and baseball games, as well as regional outings.
For individuals on the “pathway to employment” and a desire to work, learn job skills and earn money, we offer a comprehensive Vocational Training Program in the areas of small parts assembly, culinary, custodial, home health, secure document destruction, landscaping and commercial laundry. Our program also provides pre-vocational skill development through classes and simulated or real-work experiences.
We also offer a 2nd Shift Vocational Program, Monday through Friday, from 2:00 pm – 7:30 pm. This program also addresses pre-vocational issues and pre-work skills but is more intentional regarding performance of jobs and development of work skills that will prepare the individual for working in the community.
If you are interested in exploring job training and placement in the community, visit our Employment Services page for more information on how we can help.
Specialized services and activities are available for seniors with developmental and acquired disabilities including age related issues such as Alzheimer’s and dementia. Seniors participate in a variety of meaningful activities including trips to the Salvation Army Kroc Center for their “Prime Time for Seniors” Program, fitness classes and outings to Dayton Public Libraries, Five Rivers MetroParks and other facilities throughout the community.
Nursing Services are available for individuals who require specialized care such as g-tube feeding, breathing treatments, basic trach care, seizure monitoring and medication administration.
On-site Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapies are available.
Caregiver Support Group
At URS, we recognize the challenges caregivers face meeting the needs of their loved ones living with disabilities. The Adult Caregiver Support Group is facilitated by our staff to provide a therapeutic atmosphere with information designed to support anyone who is providing care to an adult or senior with a disability. Topics include building a support system, importance of self-care and learning about community resources and funding options.
For more info on this program, contact Jeremy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 937-853-5449.
We are pleased to offer a calendar full of activities at our center as well as in the community every month. Follow our fun on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/ursadultservices/
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For questions about the Adult Services Department, please call 937.233.1230 or contact:
Annette Malone, Adult Services Manager, email@example.com
Laurent Muvunyi, Program Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org
Brandi Battle, Program Specialist, email@example.com
Jason Baldwin, Program Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org
James Mallory, Program Specialist, email@example.com
Brianna Nwakobi, Program Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org
LaBonnie Harris, Activity Specialist, email@example.com
United Rehabilitation Services of Greater Dayton respects, advocates for, and shall not interfere with the exercise of the Client Rights as established in Section 5123.62 of the Ohio Revised Code, by URS policies and procedures, and person centered philosophy. Click here to view.
All of our services are designed to meet the expectations outlined in our Code of Ethics and Cultural Competency and Diversity Plan. These forms are available on our Reports and Forms Tab, click here to view.