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Overall Rating 4.5 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Colleen Montoya
    ★★★★★ 6 months ago

    I absolutely love everything about the Alzheimer's Family Center (AFC)! My dear mother attended AFC for several years until just a few days before her recent passing. Having my mom live with my husband and me the last several years of her life was a challenge at times, but the support and services of AFC lessened that challenge greatly and in fact enhanced the quality of my mom's life -- and ours. My mom enjoyed attending the Center and was always so proud and eager to show me the beautiful artwork she created during her days there. And we noticed that my mom was so much more happy and much less prone to mood swings (part of the dementia) when she was attending AFC regularly. AFC is truly that - a Family Center. AFC staff treat each and every member with respect, love, and compassion, and extended that to family members of loved ones attending the Center. I can't thank the staff enough for all that they've done for my mom, and my husband and me. The Alzheimer's Family Center will always be near and dear to my heart!

  • A Google User
    ★★★★★ 7 years ago

    I was working two jobs, living paycheck to paycheck, and I recently had to give up one to care for my 87-year-old father, when he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. My father's impaired cognition and multiple chronic health conditions prohibited him from remaining at home alone. I did some research and learned about Alzheimer's Family Services Center. Everyone I spoke to said only wonderful things about the agency, and the staff. Now the four days a week my father attends AFSC is the only time I can work. I am able to continue to work and support myself because my father is attending such a warm and caring facility. I have peace of mind, knowing that my father is being watched and cared for. Thank you so much AFSC.

  • A Google User
    ★★★★★ 7 years ago

    My mother was considered a "problem" when the Access bus driver inadvertently left the bus door open when he/she was walking another day care participant to their front door. My mother walked off the bus and was found wandering around an outdoor shopping center on Bolsa Ave. in Westminster in December 2008. Ok, she has Alzheimer's, how is this her fault? Alzheimer's Family Service Center (AFSC) in a roundabout way (they asked Access Transportation to stop her from getting transportation to and from the daycare facility, the rep from Access denied their request on grounds that it VIOLATED the American's with Disability Act) didn't want her in their program anymore because she was considered a "problem". Wow, did I mention she has Alzheimer's? Hmmm.... the AFSC "claims" they can "handle" participants in all stages of Alzheimer's, but my mom is a problem. I wonder what they thought of her when she was strangled by another male participant twice her size earlier in November 2008.... I bet it lies somewhere between "she asked for it" and "she must have walked into the man's hands" either way, they probably thought that getting strangled was "her fault" too. I've placed my mom in RIO-Rehab Center's day care facility (with Access transportation happily taking her to and from the facility) and in the first month they've done MORE for her than AFSC did in one+ years. When you walk into RIO's facility it's orderly, structured and peaceful, the program aides are warm and friendly. AFSC is run like a zoo, no order whatsoever, the program aides are friendly as well but rather flustered. This is a leadership issue and politics gets in the way of participant care. Good luck in your search!

  • Tom Wilkinson
    ★★★★★ a month ago

  • Alfonso Leon
    ★★★★★ 3 months ago

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