We are in person at 2881 Canton Rd, Marietta, GA.
We keep the Aloha spirit alive in our social day program for those 55 and older who need engaging activities outside of their residence (and have mainly stopped driving). Our week-day therapeutic program incorporates exercises, music and stimulating activities and games along with discussions into each session.
10:30am – 1:00pm on Monday and Wednesdays ***Now offer extended hour
1:00pm – 2:00pm “Lunch Bunch” brown bag it!
- Allows for peace of mind knowing that Aloha to Aging, Inc. is providing a fun and nurturing environment for your loved one.
- Dedicated staff and volunteers make your loved one’s comfort and adjustment to the group a top priority.
- Provides you the opportunity for a much-needed break from the care giving role.
Remain Socially Active
Below is part of an article from the Alzheimer’s Association:
Research shows that people who are regularly engaged in social interaction maintain their brain vitality. But again, the combination of physical and mental activity with social engagement — and a brain-healthy diet — is more effective than any of these factors alone.
One study reported that leisure activities that combine physical, mental and social activity are the most likely to prevent dementia. In the study of 800 men and women aged 75 and older, those who were more physically active, more mentally active or more socially engaged had a lower risk for developing dementia. And those who combined these activities did even better.
Wondering what the Aloha Day Club offers?
- Engaging Conversation/Storytelling
- Live Music /Sing-A- Long
- Trivia Games
- Seated Circuit Exercise
- Art Therapy
- Rhythm in Sticks Mind & Body Movement
- Visit from Happy Tails Pet Therapy
- Birthday Celebration
- Inter-generational Programs
Please call us for admission criteria and fee at 770-722-7641 or contact us via e-mail.
“As a volunteer-based organization, our Aloha volunteers are truly key to the success of Aloha to Aging, Inc. as they provide food, entertainment, and activity assistance at Aloha Day Club. In addition, volunteers offer their talents through fundraising, board development, and grant writing. We are so very blessed to be able to serve this community and work alongside so many caring and supportive volunteers.”
– Dawn Reed, CSA
Certified Senior Advisor
Founder & President
Aloha to Aging, Inc.