Are you caring for someone with memory loss?  If so, maybe you need to TAKE FIVE



“If I only knew how hard it was going to be for me and my family, we would have started looking for help a long time ago.”        

                                       -JoAnne K.

What is Adult Day Care?

  • Take Five is a program that provides family caregivers with a place to bring their loved one for the day. 
  •  Gives you relief from the demands of the caregiving role while at the same time providing services for disabled or impaired loved ones. 
  •  Social activities are designed for adults with memory loss and confusion—carried out in a setting that values the dignity, respect and the security of each person.
  • Take Five Adult Day Care has been serving Chippewa and Mackinac Counties since 1996.  Take Five provides an essential alternative for families who want to keep their loved ones living at home for as long as possible, but may need assistance in doing so. 

How do I know if Adult Day Care is right for my loved one?

  • Do you want your loved one to be with other people and make new friends?
  • Are you looking for affordable and reliable care for your loved one?
  • Do you feel like you just don’t have time for yourself anymore?
  • Do you sometimes feel that you are just too exhausted to keep going?
  • Are you afraid to leave your loved one alone?
  • Do you find yourself becoming irritable with your loved one and then feel guilty about it?
  • Is providing the care putting a strain on your relationship with other family members? 
  • Do you want your loved one to remain in you life by staying home


If you answered YES to at least two of these questions, you may be in need of Take Five Adult Day Care. Call today to Register: 1-800-562-4963




Chippewa County

Avery Senior Center

524 Ashmun Street, Sault Ste. Marie

Monday through Friday

9:00 am to 3:00 pm

(906) 632-3363

Luce County

207 Newberry Avenue, Newberry

Monday & Wednesday

9:00 am to 3:00 pm

(906) 293-5621

Mackinac County

Fenlon Center

368 Reagon Street, St. Ignace


9:00 am to 3:00 pm

(906) 643-6746


A Typical Day at the Center


After a warm welcome, participants enjoy socializing, current events and a morning snack.


Participants may choose to join in a craft, memory or fitness exercises, a sing along or modified sports like table bowling.


After a hearty hot lunch, they may choose an hour of rest and relaxation or small group activity.


Entertainment, bingo and other favorite activities are planned.  Before you know it, it’s time for a snack and to prepare for the bus trip home.


C-L-M CAA has two certified instructors for the Savvy Caregiver Program.  This Program is a University tested program for family members caring for a loved one with dementia at home.  The class is 2 hours sessions held once a week for 6 weeks.  The classes are:

  • Free!  Registration & class materials.Free! 
  • Lunch for caregivers & loved ones after class.
  • Meets during Take Five Program hours to accommodate your schedule.


  • Dementia and its effects on the Brain
  • Caregiver Resources
  • Managing Behaviors
  • Improving Caregiver Skills
  • How to Handle Everyday Activities more easily
  • Taking Care of Yourself to better Care for you Loved one.


C-L-M CAA also provides an informal support group for caregivers to come together to discuss their individual issues in care giving.  The support group is:

  • Open to the public.Provides mutual assistance & support.
  • Provides informational materials from Alzheimer’s Association and other agencies.
  • Helps meet the needs & interests of the caregivers who participate.
  • Meets during Take Five Program hours to accommodate your schedule.


“After the first class, I felt a weight had been lifted.  I learned so much.  It’s helpful to know what I’m experiencing is normal and I’m not alone.”         –Harold B.


Programs funded, in whole or part, by:   *  MI office of Services to the Aging  *  UPCAP Area Agency of Aging  *  Donations   *  Local Monies

Community Action complies with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act.

Call Today to Register