Meet Our TeamWorking Beyond the Call of Duty
Founder and Director
Gwendolyn Captain is the founder and director of Visions Adult Day Program. Ms. Captain has spent the last 15 years working with developmentally disabled adults and their families developing work opportunities, continuing education paths and entrepreneurial experiences in day programs, community-based programs and in the classroom. Dedicating her career to innovative person-centered opportunities has been the focus of the various creative programs she has developed over the years.
Ms. Captain has worked as a vocational counselor, staff trainer and administrator. She has also worked as a Life Skills Instructor and Adult Education Teacher for West Contra Costa Adult Education. Ms. Captain has served as a consultant on several boards, Risk Management Strategy Team for individuals with autism and Unity Education Services for At Risk Youth. She specializes in developing strategies for staff training including Individual Service Plans (ISP) and developing unique staff training materials from Thomas Pomeranz�s informational videos, �Consumers to Producers� and Consumer Rights Trainings. Educating community organizations to foster inclusion of adults with developmental disabilities is also part of Ms. Captain�s mission; she has given presentations at community groups, churches and colleges.
Ms. Captain holds a Bachelors of Liberal Studies from Cal State Eastbay, a Master�s Degree in Christian Counseling from Sacramento Theology Seminary and has an Adult Education Teaching Credential.
Georgette Fonteneaux is the manager for Visions Adult Day Program. Ms. Fonteneaux has over 20 years of experience working in day programs and residential group homes in the bay area. She has formed a partnership with many parents and adults supporting individuals to maintain the highest quality of life in their communities. Ms. Fonteneaux has been rightly named the �historian�; she holds so many precious memories of hundreds of adults with developmental disabilities in the bay area. Ms. Fonteneaux has worked with Regional Center of the East Bay and Community Care Licensing for many years doing Quality Assurance Reviews for both day programs and residential group homes. Ensuring facilities met Title 22 and Title 17 facility compliance with all state and federal law and regulations.
Kim Randall is the lead staff for Visions Adult Day Program. Ms. Randall has over 10 years of experience working with adults with developmental disabilities. She ran a community based day program for adults on the autism spectrum in Marin. In the Marin area, Ms. Randall formed partnerships with various community organizations developing work opportunities and volunteerism for her program. Ms. Randall is an awesome cheerleader and teacher for adults learning vocational skills in the community,