Friendship Center Senior Day Care Program will open at its Montecito facility for in-person programming Monday, August 2nd. As an intermediate step toward fully reopening, programs will be offered on a part-time basis, Monday to Thursday. Members will enroll in a morning group (9-12:30 p.m.) or afternoon group (1:30-5 p.m.), during which Friendship Center staff will lead safe, socially distanced, engaging activities designed to exercise the physical, emotional, cognitive and social aspects of the body and brain.
Friendship Center staff will prepare and serve a hearty snack, with fruit or vegetable and a protein. Water will be available to all members at all times.
As Friendship Center transitions back to regular full-day programming, virtual programming via Zoom will continue Monday to Friday 10 a.m.-noon and Monday to Thursday 2 p.m.-4 pm. This intermediate, hybrid program is designed to meet member-families’ needs as they adjust to the lifting of Covid-19 quarantine.
To ensure member safety, all staff as well as members will be required to wear masks, social distance, and have temperature and symptoms checks upon entering Friendship Center. All visitors, volunteers, and entertainers will be screened through temperature, symptoms, and Covid-19 vaccination documentation. In the event of a positive COVID-19 case, all families will be notified via the Department of Public Health.
For more information about enrolling in Friendship Center’s program, please contact Family Services Manager Kim Larsen at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or (805) 969-0859, ext. 2.