Live Oak is a social day care program. We are open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Our administrative offices are open from 8:30 to 4:30pm.
Yes. Live Oak fees are based on a sliding scale (range is $25 to $75 per day) dependent upon your income. Income and fees can be discussed with the site Program Director.
You are welcome to drop by during business hours to see the program but please make an appointment with the Program Director ahead of time to go over enrollment documents.
Upon enrollment (or during free visit days), you must schedule your time with Live Oak, since we order meals and schedule staff ahead of time and we want to be sure we can accommodate everyone. Attendance can not be by a drop-in basis.
Absolutely. We serve a continental breakfast and hot lunch every day. We also serve an energy boosting mid afternoon snack. Your loved one will never go hungry at Live Oak.
Our meals are catered and adhere to the nutritional guidelines established by our CA State nutrition program which monitors our program. The meals are low sodium. If there are other restrictions, this can be discussed with the site program director.
Clients must be able to feed themselves. We can offer verbal encouragement and prompting, if needed.
We cannot accept clients who are incontinent. Our experienced staff provides assistance in the bathroom, we cannot lift individuals so your loved one needs to be able to stand and pivot with minimal assistance.
Live Oak does not have their own van or provide private transportation. Many of our participants are brought to and from Live Oak by one of several independent paratransit or elder transport services. Staff can provide resources if needed.
We can keep a supply of your loved ones medication and will provide the medication at the scheduled times.
My loved one is high-functioning but still needs physical assistance during the day. Would they fit in at Live Oak?
Absolutely. About a third of our participants are high-functioning individuals who can carry on conversations, play games and produce creative arts and crafts projects.
Our Program Director plans a wide variety of activities each month. Some are designed for high-functioning individuals, while others are designed to engage participants with more diminished capacities.
Many of our activities, such as art, chair exercises, live music, and word games, appeal to people with a wide range of cognitive skills.
Not at all. Our center is fully ADA-compliant, and our staff is very experienced at moving people with a variety of physical disabilities. We also have on hand an assortment of wheelchairs, canes and walkers for our participants to use. If in a wheelchair, they should be able to bear weight.
We are closed on: Martin Luther King Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving plus the Friday after, and then two weeks between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day
Please see our monthly activities calendar to confirm whether we are open or not.
Yes! We offer a half-day free trial.
Yes, we accept all major credit cards.
In some cases, yes. We accept Veteran’s Administration benefits, we have other sponsorship opportunities that can be evaluated as needed.
No, we bill for the days that are attended during the month.