Quest Adult Day Program
Quest Day Program
Quest Social Center
2601 Porter St.
Soquel, Ca. 95073
The idea for the Quest Day Program was born from the belief that learning and enrichment is an ongoing process for everyone. Our goal is to not only provide a safe and enriching environment, but to provide an adult day program that encourages personal growth and community inclusion. We mold our program activities, meal plans, and monthly focus based on the preferences and input of our participants, rather than expecting them to conform to program expectations. The focus of our program is our participants, because we believe the crux of developing autonomy and promoting individuality is understanding the value of each person and helping them to grow.
Quest Day Program Center
The Quest Day Program is housed in an ADA accessible center that features activity rooms for music, art, yoga, cooking, and book club. In addition, the center has a life lab garden where the participants can experience the pleasure and wonder of growing their own flowers, fruits and vegetables.
For specialized activities such as adaptive yoga, the center has guest instructors come in and offer their expertise to our participants.
We offer our participants the opportunity to engage in community activities and events throughout Santa Cruz county because we want our participants to be a part of the community in a meaningful way. Every month we have a focus on learning that culminates in related field trips in the community. Quest Day Program recognizes that teaching is best done in the environment where the skill will be utilized, and that skills do not transfer easily across settings. Therefore, training is provided in the natural setting. We practice hands-on life skills like health and nutrition, safety, and community awareness by accessing transportation, shopping, and attending social events in a variety of settings.
Our participants play an integral role in their food preparation. Quality, organic food is a main focus of our program. Each meal is centered around nutrition and the benefits of a healthy diet.
Our lunch menu is based on our clients’ current favorites with an always changing international menu. Consideration is paid to participants’ dietary restrictions and alternatives are provided as needed. Whenever possible we incorporate grocery shopping and food budgeting into our participants’ daily schedule.
Quest Book Club
We are proud to offer a Book Club through the Quest Day Program that is geared to readers of all levels. When literature is experienced through all of the senses it can be enjoyed to its fullest potential. Through our literacy program we include art and cooking projects, field trips, and engaging discussions based on the current book we are reading. We believe people need to experience the world, express their emotions, and enjoy the full benefit of literature through real-life adventures.
The admissions criteria for the Quest Day Program are: individuals must be twenty two years and older, have special needs, and must have a desire to participate in the program. There must be a fit between the individual desiring services and the Quest Day Program.
To find out more information about the Quest Day Program, please call our office, or e-mail us. We will first contact you to schedule a meeting with the perspective client, their family/guardian/conservator(s) and the Quest Program Manager.
If it’s possible for our program to accommodate a new client, we will then send an informational packet, which contains a participant intake form, IPP goals, upcoming Quest Day Program event calendars, and registration information.
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Program Director: Colleen Russell
Cell: (831) 421-1132
Program Manager: Erin Trebbe
Cell: (831) 818-2489