Thank you to all of our donors for your commitment and support. The 10th Annual Forget-Me-Not Luncheon on June 4, 2015 at the Four Seasons Hotel was a resounding success. We had the pleasure to honor two wonderful individuals, Marilyn Levin and Britta Schramm, for their philanthropic support in the older adult community among many other accomplishments. Read more…
Established in 1979, OPICA is proud of its legacy as the first Adult Day Care Center in the City of Los Angeles and continues to be a model for program development and internships.
OPICA - Optimistic People In a Caring Atmosphere- provides stimulating and therapeutic cognitive and sensory programs that actively engage people from early to later stages of memory loss and related neurological impairment.
Our Day Center is open five days a week, seven hours per day, offering a continuum of care for all stages of memory loss. The range of activities and services include group and individual support, providing stimulation for the mind, body and spirit. For more information on our programs,click here.
For those with early stage memory loss, we offer a four-hour program weekly for both those experiencing the memory loss and their care partners – “OPICA's Brain Train.” For more details,click here.
In addition, OPICA offers emotional support to family members, providing individual, family and support group counseling for caregivers and the general public. For more information, click here.