4812 Dublin Ave, Midland, MI 48640

Located Across from the Senior Services Main Building.

What is Seasons?

Seasons Adult Day Health Services is a therapeutic enrichment program held during the day in a group setting. It is for individuals living with a chronic illness, changes in memory or with a dementia such as Alzheimer’s disease. The environment is comfortable, safe, interactive and socially engaging. 


Seasons Adult Day Health Services

Benefits of Adult Care

There are considerable benefits for the person who attends Seasons. The socially and mentally stimulating environment helps to maintain, or even improve, cognitive and physical function through participation in the therapeutic activity programs. Not only can Seasons significantly improve a person’s quality of life, it can provide caregivers a break from the demands of caregiving, allowing them a period of rest. Seasons can also considerably delay much more costly assisted living or nursing home placement.


Medical Benefits Provided

Health monitoring and nursing services help to maintain optimal physical and cognitive health. Nursing services include:

Complete health monitoring through routine nursing assessments

Memory and depression screenings

Medication administration and assistance

Oxygen therapy and nebulizer treatments

Diabetic management and dietary modifications

Education and support

Coordination and referrals to other health services such as Foot Care, Massage Therapy, Physical, Occupational or Speech Therapy, Counseling and Home Care

Therapeutic Programming

Memory Training & Reminiscence 

Keeping the Mind Active

Daily Living & Life Skills

Discussion Groups & Socialization

Use of Technology, Creative Arts & Music 

Physical Exercise

Horticulture, Cooking & Baking

Community Outings & Special Events

Cost of Services

There are a variety of insurance plans and other funding options that may be available to cover the cost of attendance. The cost of services is a fraction of other care options and provides far greater benefits.

2-hours: $25
4-hours: $55
Full-Day: $75

Open Mon-Fri | 8 am-4:30 pm
Attendance Schedules are Arranged in Advance


Seasons Articles

Our Mind Matters: I Want To Go Home

A monthly article brought to you by Senior Services Memory Support Programs Have you ever been faced with the statement, “I want to go home,” from a loved one with dementia who is already at home? Perhaps even the home that they have lived in for over 50 years. Here...

FREE Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline is Now Available!

The Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline (800.272.3900) is available around the clock, 365 days a year. Through this free service, specialists and master’s-level clinicians offer confidential support and information to people living with dementia, caregivers,...

Our Mind Matters: Wandering

Alzheimer’s disease causes people to lose their ability to recognize familiar places and faces. It is common for a person living with dementia to wander or become lost or confused about their location, and it can happen at any stage of the disease. Six in 10 people...

Meet the Team

Brandi Campau
Program Facilitator
Kelsey Cline
Activity Coordinator
Deb Conarty, R.N., CDP
Director of Adult Day and Transportation
Diane Conklin
Program Facilitator
Rob Donovan
Program Facilitator
Natalie Fisher
Program Facilitator
Franny Gilstad
Program Facilitator & Med Tech
Jessica LaBonville
Program Facilitator
Tammy Marks
Program Facilitator
Lorrie Ross
Program Facilitator
Christin Rosseau
Administrative Assistant
Karen Senkowski
Amy Sheridan, CTRS
Family Support & Activity Manager
Julie Shirk, BSN, RN
Seasons Nurse

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Come see the difference Seasons can make by coming in for a tour. This will provide an opportunity to meet the staff and discuss what types of services would be most helpful.

Two FREE trial days are offered to the participant.

To schedule a tour, please call us at 989-633-3700.

“The staff are amazing! They truly take the time to get to know my parents; who they are now and who they were.”