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HEALTH SERVICES

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE

ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION

(800) 272-3900

Alzheimer’s Association is a voluntary health organization specializing in Alzheimer's care, support, and research, with a mission to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research, to provide and enhance care and support for all affected, and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. Services include a 24/7 help line, educational programs, support groups, care consultations, respite grants, professional training, safety services, research study matching service and online resources. The 24/7 help line has hundreds of languages available.

Access to the online Alzheimer’s navigator tool can be found at: https://www.alzheimersnavigator.org/

YOLO CARES (Previously Citizens Who Care)

Yolo Cares provides social support services to clients over age 60 and their family caregivers including in-home respite and Saturday Club Adult Day Program.

(530) 758-5566 

or

(800) 491-771

1909 Galileo Court, Suite A Davis, CA 95618

CO-OP HOMECARE

Co-op Homecare was created with the belief that people who need home care deserve high-quality services from a consistent caregiver, and caregivers deserve work stability, living wages, and positive working conditions.  This Coop specializes in personal care, care for the home, rehabilitative care, and care for specific conditions, including Alzheimer's, Dementia, Stroke, and Parkinson's. 

979 F Street, Suite A-1 
Davis, CA 95616 

UC DAVIS ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE CENTER

The UC Davis Alzheimer’s Disease Center (ADC) is a specialty clinic providing diagnostic assessment to those with memory concerns. Patients continue to see their personal physicians for prescriptions and basic health care. Patients may be self-referred or referred by a family member, agency, or physician.

English:

(916) 734-5496

Spanish:

(916) 734-5243

YOLO ADULT DAY HEALTH CENTER

(530) 669-3700

Yolo Adult Day Health Center provides assistance to disabled adults 18 years & older to help manage chronic health conditions related to illness, injury or cognitive impairment. The program offers diverse medical, social, rehabilitation and recreational services in addition to respite for family caregivers.The health center also offers specialized dementia services. The CASA Program targets the needs of individuals with a chronic neurocognitive disorder, especially Alzheimer’s disease. Services are available in English and Spanish. Besides therapeutic activities, CASA provides needed respite to caregivers and offers caregiver support groups and other assistance for caregivers in coping with the multiple challenges of living with/caring for a loved one with dementia"

20 N Cottonwood St

Woodland, CA 95695

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