Our Mission, Vision, and Goal

Our Mission:
We improve the lives of Kern County Residents affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders.

Our Vision:
All in Kern County on the Alzheimer’s journey have the help and support they need.

Our Goal:
To support local caregivers as they care for their loved one. We work to give you peace of mind and confidence that your loved one will be provided for by one of Kern County’s finest programs, while giving you relief from the extreme dedication of caregiving.

Our Values


Treating everyone with the Compassion, Dignity and Respect of a Family Member.


Doing the right thing regardless of the situation.


Deliberate actions aligned with our vision.

Our Staff

  • B. Kate Eucce
    Chief Executive Officer
  • Kim McAnally
    Facilities Operations Manager
  • Kristin Martinez
    Business Operations Manager
  • Terri Agcaoili
    Sales & Marketing Coordinator
  • Julie Juarez-Ceja
    Community Liaison & Educator
  • Patty Flores
    Family Services Coordinator
  • Sandie McDaniel
    Activity Coordinator
  • Brianna Logsdon
    Event Coordinator
  • Yvette Najera
  • Renee Hernandez
    Program Manager Assistant
  • Debra Gowdy
    Program Assistant
  • Reyna Hidalgo
    Program Assistant
  • Matthew Leon
    Program Assistant
  • Anna Medrano
    Program Assistant
  • Jennifer Viduya
    Program Assistant
  • Jamaica Ward
    Program Assistant
  • Leticia Velazco
    Family Services Assistant
  • Kathleen Clarysse
    Taft Site Coordinator/ Program Assistant
  • Ronda Smith
    Lake Isabella Site Coordinator
  • Rosa Bazan

Board of Directors

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  • Jonathan S. Motter
  • Mark Woodward
    Vice President
  • Trish Reed
  • Nick Ambrosini
  • Janelle Capra
    Board Member
  • Jeannine Johnson
    Board Member
  • Sonia Lopez
    Board Member
  • Travis Staples
    Board Member
  • William C. “Bill” Wright
    Board Member

Rose Lazzerini Campus Updates

We are very excited to announce that as of December 5th, 2016, we officially open for business at our new location. The new facility will accommodate up to 100 clients and includes an Art Therapy Room, Imaginarium, Game Room, Quiet Room, and Café. All areas are equipped to serve various size client groups, including those individuals who just need a little quiet time. The ADAKC staff have done an amazing job at welcoming the clients and making them feel safe and secure.

Through the generosity of so many in our community, we are seeing our dream become a reality. We continue to get closer and close to reaching our goal of raising $3.5 million, which will allow us to continue to offer day services at an affordable rate for families who attend the Day Services Program.

Please stay turned for more information about our upcoming Open House and touring opportunities.
Thank you on behalf of the entire “ADAKC Team”.