Seniors' day programs

Geriatric Community Rehabilitation (GCR)

  • GCR specializes in an interdisciplinary approach to geriatric assessment and rehabilitation in a community setting.
  • Clients attend for up to 24 sessions (3 months).  
  • This program benefits those who have recently experienced changes in their functional ability due to an illness or other medical event (such as a stroke, post-orthopedic injury or surgery)
  • The disciplinary team includes a physiotherapist, occupational therapist, recreation therapist, pharmacist, dietitian, geriatrician and registered nurse.


  • Bridges is a day program providing many recreational activities, supervised group exercise and access to the the various health care and rehabilitation professionals as needed.
  • This program benefits seniors who have the potential to decondition due to chronic conditions, require maintenance after completing GCR, need more socialization or whose caregiver requires respite.
  • It offers a ‘bridge’ from home to supportive living with the aim of maintaining independence and delaying or preventing a move to a care facility.
  • Clients attend for three hours per day for up to three days per week.

Adult Day Program

  • This program benefits seniors living with more advanced cognitive challenges from dementia, with or without physical disabilities, in their own home. It provides a safe environment to socialize and participate in various activities and offers respite for caregivers.
  • Clients attend for six hours a day up to twice per week.


Physician referral is required. Home Care Case Coordinators or other programs/disciplines can refer with approval from a family physician.


Lethbridge Centre
#207, 200-4 Ave S
Lethbridge, AB

Phone: 403.388.6940

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