In California, over ADHCs are licensed by the state to operate community-based day health care programs for those at risk of being placed in a nursing home. They provide a variety of health, therapeutic, and social services including: - Medical services - Nursing services - Physical, occupational and speech therapy - Psychiatric and psychological services. To be connected to your local Area Agency on Aging within California, call Eldercare Locator hotline is available weekdays, 9am-8pm Eastern Time.
Community-Based Adult Services (CBAS)
Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) | Family Caregiver Alliance
Specializing in social, individualized and empathic care, we serve participants daily—complementing the care received at home. Our skilled Multi-Disciplinary Team MDT consists of: nursing department, medical director, social services department, physical therapist, occupation therapist, activity director, psychologist, registered dietitian, and a speech therapist. Our passionate team works to meet your individual plan of care. Our person-centered approach focuses on providing holistic care: mind, body, and spirit. Our mission is to deliver our diverse North County San Diego community an energetic, positive, and social environment by bringing community back into health care one day at a time. Here, health care assistance, support in personal and nursing care, and an empathetic team dedicated to service are at the focus in helping our community live with integrity. A s a warm and welcoming all-inclusive center, AmeriCare ADHC brings community together through shared experiences and new friendships.
Adult Day Health Care (ADHC)
Call Us Today! At our adult day health care center we believe it's important that our participants are provided the necessary physical and mental stimulation to maintain quality health. Our attentive and licensed staff members offer an active and fun atmosphere for all participants who enroll in our health care program.
Adult Day Services programs offer a safe, positive, caring alternative to nursing home care for those who do not need hour skilled nursing. These programs are designed to help people stay mentally and physically active, reduce isolation, improve their health, and prevent decline of their abilities. People typically attend a center in their community two to five times a week, based on their individual need.