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Alzheimer's Day Care

The Adult Day Services program provides a structured environment which includes activities proven to improve the quality of life for the participant. The staff of the Adult Day Services program will work with you to arrange scheduling and/or transportation. We help you keep your love one active and engaged so that they live a better quality of life!

ADAKC client enjoying a good laugh

Participation in the Alzheimer's Day Care Program can improve the physical, mental and emotional well-being of clients by:

  • Providing social interaction
  • Reducing depression
  • Increasing self-esteem
  • Improving communication skills
  • Enhancing sleep at night
  • Relieving loneliness and boredom

Activities include:

  • Arts and Crafts
  • Exercises
  • Socialization
  • Education
  • Recreation/Leisure
  • Light Breakfast Snack, Noon Meal and 3:00 Snack
  • Community Involvement
  • Music/Singing
  • Group/Individual Activities
ADAKC client and team member playing a game

Did You Know Our Program Provides Benefits For Caregivers and Family Members?

ADAKC does this by providing an affordable answer to in-home daytime care and “guilt-free” time for the primary caregivers all why delaying the need to institutionalize or place a loved one.

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Support Group

You are invited to join our Support Group every Wednesday from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm at ADAKC (4203 Buena Vista Road). It’s free to attend and you do not need to have a loved one enrolled in our program to attend. Space is limited. Please rsvp to familyservices@adakc.org or call 661-665-8871.

ADAKC client clapping along

Additional Resources

Adult Day 1-Day Respite Program
Lake Isabella

Crisis Counseling

Partner Resources

Alzheimer’s Association

For additional information regarding any of these available support services please call, ADAKC at (661) 665-8871 or Toll Free at (888) 571-3443.

Funding for caregiver programs are made possible through a grant from the Kern County Department of Aging and Adult Services, provided to them by the Federal Government. Occasional respite care participants will not be denied services due to inability to pay.

Caregiver embracing an elderly woman