Adult Day Services

About Us

Our Vision: People with disabilities will have equal opportunity to live, learn, work and play in their community.

Easter Seals offers a variety of community-based Adult Day Programs in the greater Sacramento area that promote independence. Our plans are person-centered and participants choose from a calendar of age-appropriate activities that help them meet their personal goals. The goals are determined by the individual and the activities are fun, yet structured with a purpose. Groups include self-advocacy, community safety, health and wellness, time and money management, vocational training, creative arts, appropriate social interactions and leisure activities.

Most programs offer computer literacy and internet skills as well. Our consumers can be found in the community at museums, college campuses, libraries, parks and recreational areas, shopping malls, and restaurants. Consumers also have the opportunity to participate in a variety of volunteer and work experiences. The Easter Seals Work Center provides paid work opportunities and vocational training and Day Programs provide the work option on a trial basis to help consumers explore what they would like to do in their future and help them make the necessary transition. Each program is open five days a week.

Our Programs:

Access to the Community through Education, Integration and Technology

  • ACE-IT I

    • 1250 Howe Ave Unit 14-B, Sacramento, CA 95825

    • 8089 Madison Ave Ste 4, Citrus Heights, CA 95610

    • 1670 Sierra Ave Ste 601, Yuba City, CA 95993

Functional Integrated Living Skills Program

  • FILS

    • 2617 Alta Arden Expwy Ste A, Sacramento, CA 95825

Vocational Training Program

Services Offered at Our Programs:

Culinary Arts

  • Nutrition planning and teaching healthy choices
  • Menu planning (from simple sandwiches to ethnic specialties)
  • Shopping, money management and value comparisons
  • Cooking skills (including kitchen safety)
  • Meal presentation with table and plate preparations
  • Clean up and proper food storage

Performing Arts

  • Writing and/or adapting performances to fit abilities
  • Acting, singing, and memorization skills
  • Set production (using painting, sewing and decorating skills)
  • Stage crew management, locating of props and timing
  • Music coordination
  • Performances video taped with staff assistance

Fine Arts

  • Creating art in desired medium
  • Entering art in local competitions
  • Display in local galleries and retail locations
  • Sell art for profit
  • Assist others in using techniques
  • Develop seasonal craft projects
  • Adapt art activities for consumers of all skill levels
  • Encourage giving back to the community and volunteerism
  • Sensory activities for less active program members


  • Retirement Option Programming for mature consumers
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Vocational Training

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