Home Daycare Providers
Home >> California Adult Daycare >> Adult Day Care in STOCKTON

There are about 20 adult day care providers in STOCKTON.

Adult Daycare in STOCKTON

JUBILEE ADULT DAY PROGRAM
338 E. LAFAYETTE STREET
STOCKTON CA 95203
(209) 957-3910
VALLEY CAPS OF STOCKTON
7333 TAM O'SHANTER
STOCKTON CA 95210
(209) 477-5604
Stockton CAPS is our newest facility and offers a 1:3 ratio for the Consumers who attend there. Patterned after our ABLE and Modesto programs, the goals of this program include teaching independent life skills, behavioral support and job skills training.
A DAY AWAY
3550 WAGNER HEIGHTS ROAD
STOCKTON CA 95209
(209) 956-3400
A Day Away at O'Connor Woods provides a safe and engaging environment for seniors who would benefit from a social and activity driven day program. The program is designed to stimulate mental activity and provide opportunities for physical activity. A Day Away can be utilized by families and caregivers as a safe place for their loved one to go while they are a tow, while they run errands, or when caregivers are in need of personal time.
UCP OF SAN JOAQUIN.CALAVERAS AND AMADOR
7616 PACIFIC AVENUE #A6
STOCKTON CA 95207
(209) 956-1138
United Cerebral Palsy of San Joaquin, Calaveras and Amador Counties, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, has advocated for children and adults with cerebral palsy and other disabilities since its incorporation and charter began with United Cerebral Palsy Associations in 1954.
UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF SAN JOAQUIN
333 W. BENJAMIN HOLT DRIVE, SUITE 1
STOCKTON CA 95207
(209) 956-0290
United Cerebral Palsy of San Joaquin, Calaveras and Amador Counties, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, has advocated for children and adults with cerebral palsy and other disabilities since its incorporation and charter began with United Cerebral Palsy Associations in 1954.
UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY, PROGRAM WITHOUT WALLS
6709 PLYMOUTH ROAD, SUITE C
STOCKTON CA 95207
(209) 956-6379
United Cerebral Palsy of San Joaquin, Calaveras and Amador Counties, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, has advocated for children and adults with cerebral palsy and other disabilities since its incorporation and charter began with United Cerebral Palsy Associations in 1954. The UCP Program Without Walls (PWW) offers a hands-on community-integrated program tailored to the specific needs and requests of the customer. The customer along with their parent/caretaker, coordinator, teacher and the PWW manager work as a team to design a program that allows the customer the opportunity to set and reach their goals and objectives. Together, they design and plan of activities that will allow them to reach their desired goals and objectives. With each participant's objectives in mind, they plan activities to assist in reaching each goal, and implement them through the programs design. Throughout this process, their program is continually assessed to ensure we are reaching the consumers needs and goals. PWW program participants and instructors work together to plan a monthly calendar of activities; with their individual goals and objectives in mind.
VICTOR LEARNING CENTER
3849 ALVARADO AVENUE
STOCKTON CA 95204
(209) 941-1800
Victor Learning Center, Inc. (VLC) developed the Alvarado Program in order to provide supports for adult consumers who are having challenges with integrating into community settings or have not yet had the chance to sample those opportunities. The supports are made available for persons who need life skills training, self control or some combination of both. The ultimate objective of VLC is the preparation of consumers to become as fully functional and productive as they are capable of achieving and thus promoting the highest quality of life possible
SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY MRC ADULT ACTIVITY CENTER
1658 S. AIRPORT WAY
STOCKTON CA 95206
(209) 468-2285
SOMERFORD PLACE, STOCKTON ADULT DAY CARE
3530 DEER PARK DRIVE
STOCKTON CA 95219
(209) 951-6500
At Somerford Place Stockton, our unique approach to caring for residents with Alzheimer’s or memory loss includes helping each person to continue engaging in the world around them. Our program for Alzheimer's Care is called Bridge to Rediscovery. 
STARTING OUT
807 N.SAN JOAQUIN ST., SUITE 102
STOCKTON CA 95202
(209) 476-1170
The Arc San Joaquin provides services to over 215 persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities residing in Stockton, Tracy, Manteca, Lodi and surrounding areas. Founded in 1954 by parents of children with special needs, Arc SJ has a rich history of community, educational, legislative, and family collaborations that has made Arc become what it is today. Services include employment services, adult day services and recreation. The type and length of service depends on the needs of each individual. In every situation, the service plan is driven by the individual. As an organization with a history of serving persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities for more than 58 years, our goal is to help individuals live in the community and to the fullest extent, live a happy life and to thrive. The Arc San Joaquin adult day programs create an adult-learning environment where persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities learn and use adult living skills throughout the day. Activities are adapted to more easily learn and put into practice right away at the program, home and community. Adapted employment activities include collating, mail management, paper shredding, card making, and newsletter development and publication. Volunteer sites are selected by client interest and ability to participate. Activities include dog walking at a local shelter, making dog blankets, toys and biscuits to donate to non-profit dog and cat foster families, and helping keep parks clean as part of the Mayor’s volunteer initiative, Volunteers in Service to Aid Stockton (VISTAS).
PERSON CENTERED SERVICES
240 NORTH UNION
STOCKTON CA 95205
(209) 466-2448
All PCS clients are encouraged to participate with our staff in the creation and development of their own personal program. PCS also employs ongoing clinical support to help develop and monitor each behavior plan, with priority attention given to any medical, psychiatric, health, criminal justice or safety issues. Each service deemed necessary stresses personal value while offering holistic learning experiences.
PERSON CENTERED SERVICES, INC #2
4155 N. EL DORADO STREET
STOCKTON CA 95207
(209) 462-3001
All PCS clients are encouraged to participate with our staff in the creation and development of their own personal program. PCS also employs ongoing clinical support to help develop and monitor each behavior plan, with priority attention given to any medical, psychiatric, health, criminal justice or safety issues. Each service deemed necessary stresses personal value while offering holistic learning experiences.
PERSON CENTERED SERVICES, INC. #3
4129 N. EL DORADO ST.
STOCKTON CA 95205
(209) 466-2448
All PCS clients are encouraged to participate with our staff in the creation and development of their own personal program. PCS also employs ongoing clinical support to help develop and monitor each behavior plan, with priority attention given to any medical, psychiatric, health, criminal justice or safety issues. Each service deemed necessary stresses personal value while offering holistic learning experiences.
OPEN DOOR SERVICES, INC.
4045 CORONADO AVE.
STOCKTON CA 95204
(209) 475-1529
OpenDoor Services, Inc (ODS) is an organization which provides quality services to people living with developmental disabilities. Serving as both an adult day program and supportive living service, we currently have offices in the San Joaquin and Stanislaus county areas.
OPTIONS LEARNING CENTER
102 W. BIANCHI RD.
STOCKTON CA 95210
(209) 644-4821
GOLDEN AGE SENIOR DAY CARE SERVICES
920 N YOSEMITE
STOCKTON CA 95203
(209) 546-0715
ALAN SHORT CENTER
928 EAST ROSE STREET
STOCKTON CA 95202
(209) 948-5759
In 1976, Mary Short founded the Alan Short Center (ASC) in Stockton. Her vision was to give people with developmental disabilities the opportunity to work side by side with professional artists. DDSO's innovative approach utilized visual and performing arts as a vehicle for teaching other life skills to people with developmental disabilities.
CENTRAL VALLEY TRAINING CENTER, INC.
7603 MURRAY DRIVE
STOCKTON CA 95210
(209) 951-1504
CVTC’s ultimate goal is to assist individuals with developmental disabilities in replacing challenging behaviors with more appropriate, socially acceptable behaviors. It is our philosophy to utilize non-aversive behavior management skills and techniques consistent with the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis coupled with training and curriculum that enhances a person’s coping and life skills. Our Day Programs are located throughout the Central Valley of California which includes locations in Stockton, Modesto, Merced, two in Fresno, and Visalia. Within the design of each program is a “walls-free,” community-based component by which services and training are provided solely in the community. This offers the opportunity for individuals in both the cities where our physical programs are located as well as outlying rural areas to receive needed services.
ACCESS STOCKTON
1708 W. HAMMER LANE
STOCKTON CA 95207
(209) 475-0791
The Arc San Joaquin adult day programs create an adult-learning environment where persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities learn and use adult living skills throughout the day. Activities are adapted to more easily learn and put into practice right away at the program, home and community. Adapted employment activities include collating, mail management, paper shredding, card making, and newsletter development and publication.
ADULT DEVELOPMENT CENTER - NORTH
3555 WILMARTH ROAD
STOCKTON CA 95205
(209) 931-1131
The Arc San Joaquin adult day programs create an adult-learning environment where persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities learn and use adult living skills throughout the day. Activities are adapted to more easily learn and put into practice right away at the program, home and community. Adapted employment activities include collating, mail management, paper shredding, card making, and newsletter development and publication.
DaycareIn.com ©2017