Adult Day Care Center
Caregiving Center for Seniors and Adults with Disabilities
Affectionately known as "The Club," our Adult Day Care Center is a unique program providing support, caregiving, and socialization for adults (18+) with disabilities such as stroke, Parkinson’s, traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer’s, dementia, or other cognitive challenges. The Club is open to everyone — whether they live in our direct service area or not. The Club is a place of comfort, companionship, and engagement. Lives are deeply touched through compassionate and skilled staff, and through our participants’ interactions with each other. At our Adult Day Care Center, we know our guests well — their histories, their likes and dislikes, their interests, and their specific needs. Through our relationships with them, we cultivate an authentic and customized experience that connects to each person individually in a way that is meaningful to them. Our participants' minds and bodies are nourished and engaged through music, songs, dance, games, physical exercise, chair yoga, arts and crafts, storytelling, and other activities that stimulate their memories, exercise their brains and keep their bodies moving. Our supportive and professionally-staffed environment enables participants to continue living at home rather than paying for high-cost, in-home care or being institutionalized. Our Adult Day Care program has proven to help reduce depression, feelings of isolation, and cognitive/physical decline, as measured through regular Client Appraisal Needs and Service Plans.
Additionally, we provide nourishing snacks twice daily, physical assistance transitioning from sitting to standing, toileting assistance, medication distribution, and other health and wellness support.
Participants may attend as often as meets their needs, they and/or family members can decide which days work for them, and they can arrive and depart at any time during the program hours — allowing flexibility in their schedule as needed. Each month at the Club is scheduled in advance.
Scholarships to the Adult Day Care Center are limited to participants who live in our service area or participants who live in North San Diego County and also have a Parkinson’s diagnosis.
Call 760-723-7570 for more information on the availability of Club scholarships.