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St. Luke’s Adult Day Health Care Program Invites The Community To An Afternoon Of Magic In The Park As Part Of Their “20 Acts Of Kindness” Initiative

OSWEGO – The St. Luke Adult Day Health Care program invites the community to a free afternoon of magic and more, as celebrations of the program’s 20th year of service to the Oswego County community continues.

The afternoon of magic will take place on August 9 beginning at 1 p.m. at the pavilion at Breitbeck Park.

The St. Luke Adult Day Health Care Program invites the community to an afternoon of magic in the park. The event features a performance by the “Twin Magicians” David and Paul Jackman. The event is free of charge and is part of the St. Luke Adult Day Health Care Program’s “20 Acts of Kindness” initiative; marking the program’s 20th year of serving the Oswego County community.
The St. Luke Adult Day Health Care Program invites the community to an afternoon of magic in the park. The event features a performance by the “Twin Magicians” David and Paul Jackman. The event is free of charge and is part of the St. Luke Adult Day Health Care Program’s “20 Acts of Kindness” initiative; marking the program’s 20th year of serving the Oswego County community.

The show features a performance by the “Twin Magicians,” David and Paul Jackman.

Dazzling audiences since 1973, the Jackman twins’ combination of magic and humor appeals to young and old alike.

Their unique form of entertainment, including circus arts like juggling and fire-eating finds them in continued demand throughout New York and Pennsylvania.

Through their “Twenty Acts of Kindness” program, ADHC registrants have been engaged in a variety of activities in support of other community organizations and initiatives, and as a way to say “thank you” for the support the St. Luke ADHC Program has received since opening in 1993.

“This year our ADHC program’s 20 Acts of Kindness initiative has included a donation of homemade pet treats to the Oswego Animal Shelter, bake sales benefiting the Children’s Miracle Network and the Maggie Sue Glenister Wilcox Foundation, a food drive on behalf of Human Concerns, and a blood drive for the American Red Cross,” said Sherry Harrison, St. Luke ADHC program director. “Our registrants have other activities planned designed to show support for some of the organizations that help make our community a better place to live.”

The St. Luke Adult Day Health Care program has served registrants and families from all across Oswego County, including people with Alzheimer’s or other dementia-related illnesses, traumatic brain injuries, chronic illnesses and developmental disabilities.

When opened in 1993, the St. Luke Adult Day Health Care program was the first of its kind in Oswego County.

“Our medical model adult day care program is a daily health monitoring and activities program designed to promote independence and delay institutionalization of a disabled adult,” said Harrison. “We serve individuals age 18 years and older who require on-going rehabilitation and medical services in an atmosphere that is friendly and supportive.”

The St. Luke ADHC program staff includes registered and licensed nurses, a registered dietician, activities specialist, social worker, secretary and certified nursing assistants.

Program registrants can attend Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Registrants can attend up to five days a week and as few as one day a week.

Transportation for county residents can be arranged.

For more information about the St. Luke Adult Day Health Care program, call 342-3166, or visit St. Luke on the web at www.stlukehs.com