YOLO COUNTY NEWS
Esther Darling, 75, of Woodland first came to the Yolo Adult Day Health Center after suffering a stroke 13 years ago. Since then, she's moved from a wheelchair to a walker and credits the center's staff for allowing her to manage multiple medical conditions and still live on her own. She was the lead plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit that helped preserve Medi-Cal reimbursement for adult day health care. Courtesy photo
Esther Darling still suffers weakness on her left side, but she's moved from a wheelchair to a walker with the help of staff and volunteers at the Yolo Adult Day Health Center. Courtesy photo
The staff at the Yolo Adult Day Health Center are like family for Esther Darling, who has been visiting the center since her stroke 13 years ago. Courtesy photo
Esther Darling settles in for an activity at the Yolo Adult Day Health Center. Courtesy photo

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