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Being Able to Adjust Keeps Adult Program Going Strong

By Susan Rodd A day in the Adult Day Services (ADS) program is typically full of busy activity; clients and staff moving through the hallways, chatting and hanging out. But like many organizations and businesses, that all changed last March when COVID-19 made itself known in Northeast Wisconsin, and we quickly realized we needed to adjust. Providers like CP must always be prepared to adapt and reimagine their programs to better align their offerings with the needs of our clients always in mind. And that is exactly what we did, albeit gradually. While we were all safe at home in March and April, our instructors created impromptu videos to share on Facebook and CP’s website so clients could stay engaged. Topics included making guacamole and stress balls, to important stretching exercises. Some even shared updates on projects classes were working on prior to Safer at Home. It wasn’t much, but it was a start and served as a way to remain connected to clients who rely on CP for acti

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