Yes. The program is designed to work all across the long-term care spectrum, long-term care homes, assisted living, retirement homes and adult day services and other community support services. The program is standardized, allowing the staff to easily follow the step-by-step instructions and sustain the program over many years. It provides a cost-effective way to address loneliness and depression. In addition, the program offers a structure that enables higher functioning group participants to seek out and support those are lonely and isolated. This helps to leverage the recreation department’s ability to reach out to more of those in their care, using group participants to help them.