Adult Day Care Facilities and Programs

What is an adult daycare center?

An ADCC is a type of assisted living facility. It offers services to adults for part of the day in a group setting. Adults who use ADCCs may need:

  • Extra support.
  • Help with health or daily living.
  • Looked after or protected.
  • The chance to be social.

What services do ADCCs offer?

ADCC program services may include:

  • Activities that help meet physical, social, and fun needs.
  • Health checks.
  • Help to manage behavior.
  • Help to take medicine.
  • Meals.
  • Personal care.
  • Supervision.
  • Transportation.

You may get services at home, at free-standing centers, or at community places. Examples include churches, schools, and senior centers. Most ADCCs offer services during normal business hours, five days a week. Some programs have activities in the evenings or on weekends.

Wisconsin online Directory (as of 07-20-2023)