OUR PLACE Adult Day Center Services

OUR PLACE Adult Day Center serves individuals age 18 and over who want to live at home yet desire companionship or require assistance with daily activities. Their goal is to provide activities that promote dignity, self-esteem, mental and physical well being in a structured environment. This program allows caregivers and families the opportunity to work and have much needed time away from caregiving during the day without having to worry about their loved ones.
Information and Options Counseling

Information and Options Counseling provides information about services, programs or assistance available to seniors age 60 and over. Trained personnel will answer callers' questions or refer them to the appropriate resource. The department serves as a central access point for answers to questions and provides information about community resources.
The Information and Options Counseling office is open Monday through Thursday from 8:30 am - 4:00 pm.
Home Delivered Meals - Meals on Wheels
Volunteers deliver a nutritious noonday meal Monday-Friday to homebound adults 60 and over. Frozen meals are provided for participants where there is not a meal route, shelf staple meals are provided when the center is closed due to severe weather.
Fellowship Activities

Participants can enjoy fellowship, fun and creative activities, such as monthly birthday celebrations, BINGO, board games, word finds, and crafts. Music and entertainment are always part of the scheduling with small local bands, choirs and entertaining speakers. Exercise is offered weekly, as well as monthly blood pressure checks by volunteers. Health and social service programs are also scheduled, such as Medicare and Medicaid updates, services available to seniors, disease prevention information and good health awareness, just to name a few.
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Archdale Senior Center
108 Park Drive
Archdale, NC  27263
336-431-8352  fax
Jo Reid

Liberty Senior Center
28 S. Fayetteville St
Liberty, NC  27298
336-622-5844 fax
Kaffy Reynolds

Overview of Programs
Randleman Senior Center
144 W. Academy St
Randleman, NC  27317
336-498-4332 fax
Tana Skipper

Asheboro Senior Center
347 West Salisbury Street
Asheboro, NC  27203
336-626-3590 fax
Tracey Walden

Our Place Adult Day Center
714 Farr St
Asheboro, NC  27203
336-629-3787 fax

Asheboro Center

Fellowship Lunch
Lunch is offered Monday through Friday to Randolph County seniors, 60 years of age and older. The Fellowship Lunch Program offers seniors the opportunity for fellowship and education with nutritionally balanced meals and scheduled activities. Transportation via RCATS may be provided as well.
Other Services include:
  • Advocacy
  • Caregiver College
  • Fellowship lunch sites
  • Health screening clinics
  • Legal Aide
  • Medical loan supplies
  • SALT Council

  • Notary Public services for Power of Attorney & Wills for those 60 and older
  • Senior Games/Silver Arts
  • Ms. Senior Randolph County Pageant
  • Senior Stepper/Line Dancers

All information provided in this web site is believed to be accurate and reliable. RCSAA assumes no responsibility for the use of this information.

Copyright 2014, RCSAA, INC.

Randolph County Senior Adults Association
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Adult REC
serving ages 50 years & older

347 West Salisbury Street    PO Box 1852   Asheboro  North Carolina 27204-1852     336-625-3389
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