DayBreak offers free information and assistance to the public and healthcare professionals about care options and community resources, including detailed information about adult care centers, program eligibility, enrollment and payment options. Our telephone help line is available during business hours, and presentations can be arranged for groups and organizations.
We participate in senior health fairs and community events, as well as provide education and resources to:
Our staff is available during business hours to provide caregivers and the professional community with information about care. A grant with Alameda County Area Agency on Aging allows us to coordinate subcontracts with member adult care centers and private agencies that provide caregiver counseling, education, support groups and short-term, emergency respite. These programs are available to all Alameda County residents.
DayBreak is a member of several local planning bodies and work at the local and state levels as an advocate of policy, fiscal and regulatory developments that impact adult care services. We strive to keep up-to-date on developments in healthcare reform to provide accurate information and facilitate access to care.
Our scholarship fund helps prevent or limit disruption of care when participants have an emergency or short-term hardship.
Injuries from falls are a leading cause of physical and emotional decline in seniors. We offer two services to help prevent falls:
For many older adults, managing their medication is key to living at home. We help minimize the health risks associated with medication errors and lack of adherence through:
This program includes a partnership with Touro University of California, College of Pharmacy that develops the pharmacy reports and provides consultation with adult care center staff. Learn more >
“The bathroom modifications have made a tremendous difference. Bathtime has been a challenge, but now it’s so much better and is a greatly enhanced experience for both of us!” – Family Caregiver