ADAKC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

ADAKC Board of Directors voted on Tuesday, October 20, 2020 to re-open the program in Center following all CDC guidelines. The re-open plan will be implemented in phases starting November 10, 2020.

ADAKC helps improve the lives of Kern County residents on the Alzheimer's journey

We specialize in adult day care services, support groups, and educational classes for Alzheimer's clients and caregivers. ADAKC is a non-profit organization so your donations and volunteer work are vital.

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Since 1982, ADAKC has served more than

families in Kern County
  • Support Groups

    ADAKC offers monthly support groups for Alzheimer's families and caregivers including:

    • Early Stage Alzheimer's
    • Caregiver Support
    • Spouse Support
    • Survivor Support
  • Additional Resources

    In addition to the services above, we also have provide additional resources including:

    • Educational Classes
    • 1-Day Respite Programs
    • Crisis Counseling
    • Alzheimer's Workshops

Do You Know the Warning Signs of Alzheimer's?

There are a handful of common signs and symptoms that are present when someone is suffering from Alzheimer's. If you or someone you know is suffering from memory loss, please contact ADAKC for a memory assessment.

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