Hobbies. Friendships. Fun.
Recreation activities for seniors with disabilities.
Recreational activities and hobbies keep life interesting for seniors with disabilities, especially if they want to transition from work activities to leisure pursuits. PAI offers people with intellectual and developmental disability (IDD), autism spectrum disorder and traumatic brain injury many opportunities for enriching their lives through recreation. We provide opportunities to pursue new interests in the areas of hobby development, community outings, recreational and volunteer activities. The goal is to provide experiences and opportunities to help senior-age people with disabilities stay engaged and active. At PAI, seniors in our day training programs develop lasting peer relationships and enjoy a variety of activities and sensory experiences, ranging from arts and crafts to cooking, and fitness to gardening.
Maintaining daily living skills are important to a good quality of life, especially for senior-age people with disabilities. PAI helps clients develop, maintain and increase their daily living and self-help skills as they age. We offer sensory experiences to promote learning new skills and reinforce previously acquired skills. Seniors in PAI’s day training and habilitation programs are involved in a wide range of activities, including gardening, cooking, exercise and fitness, yoga, health and wellness, men’s and women’s social groups, bowling and community outings, volunteerism and self-advocacy.