The network of CADCs serve our communities in multiple ways by providing services to the most vulnerable members of out society, seniors and individuals with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.
Specialists from each CADC regularly participate in local community presentations on Alzheimer’s disease in a wide spectrum of forums, helping Californians learn how to cope with a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease or related neurological disorders. The varied CADC community training activities, range from support groups and caregiver training to health fairs to teleseminars. Many of these educational efforts are co-sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association and key local organizations. Learn more 
Many of the CADC training and educational efforts are targeted to help underserved populations, such as the Chinese, Hispanic, and African-American communities, as well as rural communities.
The following offers a glimpse into the broad scope of training conducted by the CADCs, however, these numbers do not reflect the extensive educational outreach of the centers:
|Support Group Presentations||8,106|
|Support Group Presentations||30,098|
|Presentations to Community Groups||205,886|