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Intake Process

One

Referral from San Andreas Regional Center Service Coordinator (referral packet) .

Two

Referral Packet Reviewed, approved by Program Director and tour of facility.

Three

Intake and assesment; Develop indiviualized objectives and Needs and Service Plans.

Four

30 day review meeting with consumers circle of support.

Why Chose Us?

Prompt, Professional Service - EADC team works closely with the participants circle of support to accommodate all issues and concerns.

Family Owned & Operated

We have serviced the Developmentally Disabled Participants for over 40 years.  We remain committed to providing our consumers with quality service to enrich their daily lives.

Person Centered Overview Thinking Staff

Dedicated and passionate staff that are committed to Participants overall well being. All Program Staff receive hands on training upon employment, which is ongoing and mandatory.

What Do We Offer?

Evergreen ADC Program Design elements are listed below.
Our participants are assigned in the programs listed according to their level of functioning/abilities.

Federally Funded Food Program

We provide healthy food options for breakfast and lunch for all of our Participants.

Senior Program

For our seasoned participants, our main focus is to maintain their cognitive functioning skills through:

  • Choice/Decision making in the community

  • Socio-Recreational Activities

  • Reality Orientation (time, place, days of the week, month)

  • Seasons of the year

 

Our seniors are also able to listen to music in our Tiana's garden and watch movies in our movie theater.

Life Skills

Program includes training in the following areas during program hours:

  • Personal Grooming

  • Eating

  • Dressing

  • Toileting

  • Ambulation/Transferring

  • Money Management Skills

  • Survival Skill

  • Self-Advocacy Skills

  • Employment Training Skills

  • Leisure/Recreation

  • Socialization Skills

  • Meal Preparation i.e. without the use of stove/microwave

  • Pre-Vocational/Vocational Skills

  • Academic

- Alphabet​

- Number Concepts

Program Staff work closely to train the following skills:

Housekeeping skills:

  • Throwing out the trash

  • Passing out placemats at mealtime

  • Wiping tables

  • Sweeping the floors.

 

Meal Preparation:

  • Deciding what recipes to make

  • Measuring and mixing ingredients

 

Money Management:

  • Recognizing/Identifying Dollar Bills/Coins

  • Making small purchases while out in the community

 

Safety Awareness:

  • Pushing the pedestrian button

  • Looking/Checking 'Walk' light (green)

  • Crossing the street