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Welcome to Community Adult Day Center


Community Adult Day Center is a nonprofit organization that offers families a quality, affordable care option or complementary support to in-home care or assisted living and may help adults stay in their homes longer.  Since 1986, we have provided an interactive, safe, compassionate environment for adults who cannot safely be left alone, with a focus on their mental, physical, and emotional well-being.  Most important, we offer respite to family caregivers, therefore lessening the stress of full time caregiving and allowing many caregivers to remain in the workforce.


Community Adult Day Center operates Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 5:45pm and is a contracted State of Illinois Department of Aging Facility. We serve Burr Ridge, Clarendon Hills, Darien, Downers Grove, Hinsdale, Lisle, Oakbrook, Westmont, Willowbrook, Woodridge, and surrounding communities.

What We Offer...


  • A warm, supportive atmosphere.

  • Life enrichment program offering cognitive and memory stimulation activities.

  • Nutritionally-balanced breakfast, lunch and snack.

  • An opportunity to share and socialize with others of the same age group.

  • A fun place to participate in senior-focused activities, including physical exercise, and current events programs.


Great Days Are Here

Everyday,program and activity assistants engage adults in lively conversation, trivia and reminiscing, table games, arts and crafts, senior-focused exercise, and current events.  In addition, CADC offers theme days, pet therapy, and seasonal celebrations.

Adults Who Can Benefit...


  • Those who cannot be safely left alone.

  • Individuals with early stage dementia.

  • Adults with cognitive or physical disabilities.

  • Individuals who live alone and have limited social interaction.

  • Those in need of chronic condition management.

  • Full time caregivers who need a break from the stress of providing daily care.

Alone Together: A Crash Course in Cognition and Community

TEDX Oshgosh/Alex Hammel