Generations is a day facility in Smithfield, RI, that provides services to meet the needs of adults with disabilities and the elderly. Our goal is to provide a safe and nurturing environment where the elderly and people with disabilities can thrive. Our full-time staff includes Registered Nurses, Certified Nursing Assistants, and plenty of direct-care support staff on the floor at all times.
Our staff provides a range of adult day health services such as case management, nursing/health care, nutrition, medication administration, interdisciplinary care planning, and more. Our services are flexible so they can accommodate the various levels of physical, mental, health, and psychosocial development of the participants in our program.
We assist each person and offer daily choices for productive, worthwhile activities with a purpose, including individual classes and social activities, volunteering, performing arts, health/wellness, life skills, adult education, vocational support, community activities, or pursuing individual creative goals.
Our Program Is Covered by Most Medicaid Plans
We also offer affordable self-pay options. Our program includes:
- Transportation to and from the Facility
- Complimentary Coffee, Oatmeal, and Freshly Made Muffins for Breakfast
- Goal-Oriented Activities to Increase Socialization, Cognitive Stimulation, and Therapeutic Physical Movement
- Nursing Services Including Blood Pressure Monitoring, Glucose Monitoring, Wellness Care, and Medication Administration
- Hot Lunch Served Daily and Prepared by our Personal Chef and Baker
- Day Trips
- Movie Theater
- Salon Services
- Holiday Celebrations
With nearly 30,000 square feet of space, the state-of-the-art facility includes an open dining room, spacious physical and occupational therapy suites, a complete commercial-style classroom kitchen, bright and airy common spaces and classrooms, fully equipped gym/exercise room, walking track, 110" projection screen TV movie theater, and so much more!
We encourage scheduled tours of our facility. Please contact Nancy Zarrella at (401) 725-6400 x 106 or firstname.lastname@example.org.