An Alzheimer's patient attending an adult day care center in CA wants their personal caregiver there with them. Can the center refuse?

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caring24seven, I'm not a lawyer, but I would think that yes, the care center can restrict who may participate in their program. For example, they may only be able to accomodate people who are independent enough to function without a full-time aide. Or they may have room capacity concerns and may want to be sure the space is available for in-need adults.

I don't suppose this comes up a lot. Most caregivers want to have an adult day care center to provide respite care -- not just another environment in which to continue to provide 24/7 care.
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