Do you believe in Magic? Some people say that is what happens at our Adult Day program.

PPSC has a current opening for the Coordinator at our Adult Day & Respite program activities and site operation at our 25 Howard location. This person will:

Works under the direct supervision of the Director of Senior Services
Plans and supervises activity program for client/group
Creates and maintains client files and care plans
Manages all required documentation and records
Follows regulations and procedures as required […]

June 12th, 2017|Seniors|Comments Off on Do you believe in Magic? Some people say that is what happens at our Adult Day program.|

Do you care?

I know you do because you are reading this.

Petaluma People Services Center has a unique opportunity to be granted $10,000 for our Adult Day Program this February, but we need your help.  A new organization, 100 Sonoma People Who Care, will be hosting its inaugural event on Tuesday, February 23, 6 to 8pm, at the Petaluma Women’s Club.  […]

January 26th, 2016|Seniors, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Do you care?|

PPSC is hiring, our Adult Day Program needs your “caring touch”

Adult Day & Respite Program (Senior Day) Assistant/Caregiver

PPSC’s Adult Day offers frail seniors in Petaluma an opportunity for socialization, stimulating education programs, activities that are designed for varying levels of participation, mild exercise and relaxation, of course it also offers a nutritious hot lunch through our Congregate Meals Program and a respite for the care giver.  If you are […]

May 21st, 2015|Seniors|Comments Off on PPSC is hiring, our Adult Day Program needs your “caring touch”|

Los Gu’achis hopes to raise enough of your “change” to tune our panio

On December 20, from 11:00am – 1:00pm on the street corner in front of Copperfield’s Books Petaluma (140 Kentucky Street); Los Gu’achis will be playing their special brand of music of the Southwest, Mexico and Early California.  They are asking that you drop of few coins in the donation bucket that day with a dream to raise enough money to […]

December 2nd, 2014|Featured, Seniors|Comments Off on Los Gu’achis hopes to raise enough of your “change” to tune our panio|