We are open!!

As of 7/27/20, we will be providing telehealth services, or Temporary Alternative Services (TAS), to all of our enrolled participants and to new participants that qualify and would like to join our program.

For more detailed information, or to inquire about TAS, contact us at (951) 808-9600 or info@ieadhc.com.

 
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Admission Process

Contact one of our social workers to receive information about our programs at IEADHC/CBAS Center. At that time, you may also schedule a tour of the center.

 

During the tour

The social worker will explain the levels of care and services available within our program, discuss how the cost of services are covered, and review the admission process and necessary paperwork.

History and Physical/Health Record form

This form is needed to begin the enrollment process. Click below to download. We will also need a current TB screening completed by the potential participant's primary physician.

 

Face to Face evaluation

Your social worker will help coordinate a face-to-face evaluation with the applicant's managed care provider.

Home Visit

Once the completed documents have been returned, the social worker will arrange a home visit with the participant and caregiver.

Schedule a start date

Upon approval, the social worker will schedule a start date and hours of attendance based on family/participant need and availability.

Return completed documents

Once signed and completed, all forms are returned to the social worker.

Review

IEADHC/CBAS Center Health team will review the information collected by the social worker to decide if the program meets the potential participant's needs. The managed care provider determines the days of attendance based on medical and social needs of the participant.

Transportation

The Center will review transportation options and assist with applications if necessary.

 

"I am 93 years old and I am very thankful to the Center and to the owners Luis and Lilliana Castro. I would like to write some lines to demonstrate how grateful I am to Inland Empire ADHC/CBAS Ctr., for the good services they provide to me and to other people with health challenges living in Corona, Riverside County. About 5 years ago my wife Lydia was a participant of this program and all the staff members were outstanding in taking care of her for the many years that she was a participant at the Center. Now it's my turn here and they give me the same special care. God will compensate all the staff for the wonderful caring job they do at the Center."

“The services offered at the Inland Empire Adult Day Health Care Center are truly exceptional. The coordinated team work of nursing, social work, nutrition, and recreation therapy all work together to provide the clients the most comprehensive wholistic approach tailored to each participant to maximize their experience within the program. Tireless workers, therapist and volunteers who care with love, compassion and smiles… all add to a valuable and rich experience for clients! God bless you all!”

Joe O.

Eunice - mother and caregiver

 
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“What a blessing the Inland Empire Adult Day Health Care Center has been to my mother and our family. As a respected and educated woman in the community, my mother was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's and has been attending the center for over 3 years. Attending Monday through Friday every day from 8am to 1:30pm. Because of the love, education, and support the staff gives my mother, she can thrive in the late stages of her Alzheimer's disease. She gets socialization, activities, exercise, a meal, and is being monitored by the nursing staff. For my mother's involvement at the center, she has been able to live longer and have a better quality of life. The staff is the utmost professional group of women. They are caring and friendly, while showing compassion with an eagerness to meet participants needs. It has been an honor and a privilege to be able to bring my mother to the center every day. Most importantly my mother is safe, happy, loved and has made many new friends!"

Jodi - daughter and caregiver