Following a heart attack that caused significant damage, 92-year-old Evelyn had to adjust to a life that was very different than before. While she still lived independently, she wasn’t allowed to drive. Now isolated from getting out into the community, something had to change. “All I did was watch TV, sleep and stare into space,” says Evelyn. Today, Evelyn leads a productive, active life and attributes her overall wellness to The Salvation Army’s adult day program in Victoria, B.C., which provides social interaction, involvement in meaningful activities and close relationships.