Caregiving is hard. The caregiver often feels frustrated, isolated, and guilty. Is there ever enough that we can do for our loved one? We understand that. Most of our staff have personal experience in the field of giving care to a loved one. It is our goal and privilege to serve both participant and family with compassion and understanding by providing resources and education. We have an onsite caregiver support group that meets once a month, hosted by Alzheimer's Association. Please call the ADP at (949)581-3800 for more information.
"For over a year, my husband has been attending the ADP. It is something for which I am very thankful. I am thankful for the facility - the light, bright room where he spends much of his day when he is there and the larger meeting room. I am thankful for the activities and programs provided for him, including the times spent with the preschool children. However, I am most thankful for the staff. They are a group with ready smiles and caring hearts. I appreciate the respect and value communicated to those who attend."
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"I read and enjoy the newsletter. I find it to be very informative each month. It keeps us up on the latest news outside of the ADP. I like how you include links so that a reader can easily access information on a topic of interest to them."--Linda, caregiver to mother