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For over 30 years, Glenner has been the leading expert in dementia care in San Diego County. If you are a healthcare provider and are looking to improve dementia care for your patients, Glenner is a viable option for those looking to avoid early placement. Our centers provide structured socialization in a safe, secure environment allowing caregivers to have a much needed break during the day.

Adult Day Programs are especially beneficial for those with Alzheimer's and dementia because they allow individuals to experience social interaction and cognitive stimulation on a regular basis, which is recommended for those with Alzheimer's and dementia. Here you can learn more about why you should refer Glenner and how you can further help your patients become proactive and empowered. Please contact us if you are interested in learning more about our centers.

Why Refer Glenner?
  1. We are the only dementia-specific Adult Day Health Care Center in San Diego County.
  2. We have one of the best staff-to-participant ratios at 5 to 1.
  3. Our centers are equipped with a registered nurse, social worker and activity coordinator.
  4. Our daily programs feature individualized activities emphasizing the retention of cognitive skills.
  5. We help provide rehabilitation and maintenance through speech, occupational, and physical therapies.
"What Can I Do?"

Once someone is diagnosed with dementia, he or she can often feel helpless, confused, or lost. Here a few resources you can give them.

Support Groups
For all family caregivers of dementia, Glenner support groups are a great place for connection, socialization, and support. Our support groups take place all over San Diego County. Click here for dates and times.

Brain Health Registry
Recommend families to register for this groundbreaking database that will help facilitate faster, better, and more innovative clinical trials. Click here for more information

Clinical Trials
Offer individuals the chance to be involved in finding a cure by participating in a clinical trial. Current studies can be found here and here

For additional links and guides, check out our caregivers resources page.

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