Yolo County

Adult Day Care

Caregiver Support

Case Management

Elder Abuse Prevention / Ombudsman

Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP)

Information and Assistance

Legal Services

Medication Management

Mental Health Services

Nutrition

Transportation

Adult Day Care Resource Center

Yolo Adult Day Health Center ADHC/ADCRC

20 N Cottonwood Street, Woodland, CA 95695

Phone: (530) 666-8828

Dawn Myers Purkey, Program Manager

With support of the Alzheimer Day Care Resource Center grant, Yolo Adult Day Health Center, in addition to medical, therapy and social services offers specialized dementia care to meet the needs of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia and their caregivers. ADCRC program services include secure and stimulating environment, small group interaction, specialized activities along with caregiver respite, support, counseling, training and care coordination.

Caregiver Support

Yolo Adult Day Health Center ADHC/ADCRC

20 N Cottonwood Street, Woodland, CA 95695

Phone: (530) 666-8828

Dawn Myers Purkey, Program Manager

Yolo Adult Day Health Center offers services to caregivers via the Caregiver Support Program (CSP). The program provides care coordination assistance by working with the family caregiver to identify and access needed services. In addition the CSP provides counseling, community education and support groups to the community at large. The program seeks to address the stress often associated with the responsibilities of caregiving for a loved one and to maximize the time the individual can remain in their home.

Case Management

UC Davis Care Management

3700 Business Drive, Suite 130, Sacramento, CA 95820

Phone: (916) 734-5432

Janet Heath, Site Director

UC Davis Care Management (UCDCM) offers Linkages case management services in Sacramento and parts of Yolo and Placer Counties. Services include an initial home assessment of: the client’s functional ability, cognitive and emotional capacity, health and support network, and environmental safety including fall prevention assessment and education.

Elder Abuse Prevention / Ombudsman

Ombudsman Services of Northern California

3950 Industrial Blvd., Ste. 500, West Sacramento, CA 95691

State 24-Hr. Crisis Line: (800) 231-4024

Joan Parks, Program Administrator

The Elder Abuse Prevention Project provides training for paid workers in Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (RCFE’s) including instructions on how to complete mandated elder abuse reports of suspected abuse.

The Ombudsman Program provides information and complaint resolution for residents of long term care facilities in the seven counties of Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Sierra, Yolo, Yuba and Sutter. In addition to paid staff, the ombudsman program recruits and trains an average of 65 volunteers who complete extensive training and volunteer at least 20 hours per month assisting residents in long term care facilities. Ombudsmen are trained to receive and investigate reports of suspected abuse.

Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program

HICAP Services of Northern California

3950 Industrial Blvd., Suite 500, West Sacramento, CA 95691

Toll Free: (800) 434-0222

Margaret Reilly, Assistant Program Manager

The statewide Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP) assists individuals and families with Medicare problems and other health insurance concerns. Through individual appointments and through community education, volunteer counselors who are trained and registered provide objective information on Medicare, Medicare supplemental insurance, managed care, long-term care planning and health insurance. The HSNC office provides HICAP services in El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Sierra, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba Counties.

Information & Assistance

City of Davis Parks & Community Services Department

646 A Street, Davis, CA 95616

Phone: (530) 757-5696 (Administration)

Christine Helweg, Community Services Supervisor

Yolo County Information & Assistance for seniors. Specialists can help link older adults with needed services.

Davis Senior Center, 646 A Street, (530) 757-5696
West Sacramento Senior Center, 664 Cummins Way, (916) 373-5819
Woodland Senior Center, 2001 East St., (530) 661-5890

Legal Services

Legal Services of Northern California

619 North Street, Woodland, CA 95695-3237

Phone: (530) 662-1065 x 105

John Gianola, Managing Attorney

Medication Management

Home Health Care Management, Inc.

1398 Ridgewood Drive, Chico, CA 95973

Phone: (530) 343-0727

Julie Lehmann, Director of Professional Services

Provides direct medication management and community education services to adults 60 years of age and older. Registered nurses help train the patient and caregiver(s) in the use of medication disbursement machines in their homes and provide follow-up assessments quarterly.

Mental Health Services

Yolo County Department of Mental Health

137 N. Cottonwood, Woodland, CA 95695

Phone: (530) 666-8630 / (916) 375-6350

Linda Cook, R.N.

Nutrition

People Resources, Inc. / Elderly Nutrition Program

40 N. East Street, Suite C, Woodland, CA 95776

Phone: (530) 662-7035

Colleen Brock, Executive Director

Our services provide a hot nutritionally balanced noontime meal to senior citizens, age 60 and older each weekday, including legal holidays throughout Yolo County. We function through two programs-the Congregate Program where seniors come to a senior/community center to eat and socialize and the Home Delivered Meals Program (Meals on Wheels) where meals are delivered to the doorstep of shut-ins. We serve meals in the communities of West Sacramento, Woodland, Davis, Winters, Knights Landing, and Esparto.

Transportation

Yolo Adult Day Health Center – Transportation

20 N Cottonwood Street, Woodland, CA 95695

Phone: (530) 666-8828

Dawn Myers Purkey, Program Manager

Funding supports transportation services for Davis and rural Yolo County residents to access and benefit from Yolo Adult Day Health Center. Yolo Adult Day Health Center serves adults 18 and older with medical or cognitive challenges that interfere with independent living. Over 75% of program participants are low income. All clients have chronic health care needs and are unable to perform at least two activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, walking, eating and dressing. The program offers nursing, physical, occupational and speech therapies, social services, dietary services, activities, transportation and specialized support for family caregivers. This community-based multidisciplinary approach to care reduces ER visits, minimizes hospitalizations and prevents need for skilled nursing placement.

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