In 1994, Seattle Day Center for Adults opened its third day center for chronically disabled adults. In the two years following its opening, staff expanded the center's hours and services to include weekend, evening and drop-in care.
The project was part of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Partners in Caregiving: The Dementia Services Program national program.
In 1994, Seattle Day Center for Adults opened its third day center, North Branch, in a Seattle neighborhood with a high proportion of over-65 individuals. Initial services included psychiatric consultation, and music and dance therapy.
In 1995 and 1996, staff: