Thank you for visiting the Alzheimer's Activity Center 
and Rosa Elena Childcare Center website.

Save the Date - May 3, 2016
Silicon Valley Gives

Support us on May 3 and double the value of your gift! 
On Tuesday, May 3, non-profits throughout the Bay Area compete for matching gifts in the 24 hour, on-line giving event sponsored by Silicon Valley Community Foundation. 

Log on to our page on May 3 (or sooner to pre-schedule your gift) and help us spread the word to friends and family. An anonymous donor will match gifts to Respite and Research for Alzheimer's disease up to $2,500 on 
May 3.  

We would love your support!!

Shop on and all your eligible purchases will benefit Respite And Research For Alzheimer's Disease. 
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"We are everyday people making a contribution that will not just change the lives of others today, but will remain as a foundation for those who come after us. This will assure that what we have discovered and accomplished for those with Alzheimer’s disease will not be forgotten, but continue to expand." - Pamela Steinke

Contact Us

Alzheimer's Activity Center
Rosa Elena Daycare Center
General Inquiries


2380 Enborg Lane, San Jose, CA 95128
Telephone: 408-279-7515
Fax: 408-279-7519

2380 Enborg Lane, San Jose, CA 95128
Telephone: 408-279-7515
Fax: 408-279-7519

Gary W. Steinke, M.D., Rose Kleiner, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., Michael Gilfix, Esq., and Elayne Brill founded Respite and Research for Alzheimer's Disease, a nonprofit corporation, in 1984. In 1986, the Alzheimer's Activity Center was opened in a Willow Glen school site. The center became a designated Alzheimer's Day Care Resource Center by the State of California in 1988, making it the first large capacity dementia-specific adult day care program in the country. In 1991, the center relocated to a newly built, 9,000 sq. ft. facility on Enborg Lane in San Jose, California, where it is currently located.

The Rosa Elena Childcare Center, also a program of Respite and Research for Alzheimer's Disease, brings an intergenerational component to our programs and enhances the agency's ability to meet its goals.

Something almost magical happens when you walk through the doors of the Alzheimer's Activity Center. You know at once that you are in a place where people come first.

Respite & Research for Alzheimer's Disease is an equal opportunity service provider to all persons regardless of, race, sex,color, age, religion, actual or perceived gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, ethnic or national origin, or familial status.

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