Caring for Seniors

Adult Day Care is a social weekday program, which provides stimulating activities in a supervised and protective setting for dependent adults aged 60 and older. Meals and snacks are provided and individualized plans of care are developed for each participant.

Guardian Adult Day Health Care
Rehabilitation Services of Northern California

Ombudsman services include complaint investigation and resolution services to residents over the age of 60 residing in skilled nursing homes and residential care facilities.

Ombudsman Services of Contra Costa County

The AAA implemented a family caregiver provider program which addresses the specific needs of family members who provide care to an elderly relative. Through a network of agencies, family caregivers are provided with respite services, resource information, counseling, assistive living devices, and services to grandparents who are providing custodial care to a child.

Alzheimer's Association of Northern California

Family Caregiver Alliance

Families First

Jewish Family Children Services of the East Bay
Meals on Wheels and Senior Outreach Services

Volunteers provide home visiting services to the frail elderly, and those who are isolated and homebound. The goal of the program is to reduce the risk of inappropriate institutionalization and provide comfort and reassurance.

John Muir Caring Hands Volunteer Caregiver Program

Meals on Wheels and Senior Outreach Service

AAA provides an In-Home Services Registry to frail, elderly persons in Contra Costa County to reduce the risk of diminishing capacities to perform essential household and personal care tasks. The program recruits, screens and matches the providers with the clients.

Meals on Wheels and Senior Outreach Services