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To erase hunger and loneliness for at-risk older adults through nutritious meals, therapeutic care, social connections, home visits, and other services that help individuals maintain their independence and quality of life.
Meals on Wheels
Our Meals on Wheels program promotes good health by delivering five days of nutritious meals, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner to homebound older adults 60+ who have difficulty shopping or preparing meals and have no one to help with meal support. Meals are delivered by caring volunteers that also serve as a regular in-person safety check to confirm well-being and or report potential issues. Every participant of our Meals on Wheels program receives case management and referrals to other resources.
Meals on Wheels Orange County’s Lunch Café provides nutritious lunches Monday through Friday in 23 senior centers throughout central and north Orange County. We invite active older adults 60+ to eat out, socialize around a meal, meet other people, and join activities offered by the community.
Adult Day Services
Our three community-based centers support both the medical and social needs of individuals who are living at home but need daytime assistance for their health and safety. Each of our Adult Day Services centers offers a unique set of services to meet participant needs in a friendly community setting. Expert staff provides warm attention, social activities, and compassionate care for those with a disability or who are aging, as well as personal attention to daily medical routines. A choice of activities, exercise, and social interaction helps maintain physical and mental health and makes it possible to remain living at home. Our Anaheim and Santa Ana Adult Day Health Centers, welcome adults with physical challenges or dementia conditions. Expert staff provide care for a wide range of needs including, nursing care, medication management, health therapies, counseling, and therapeutic meals. The Buena Park Center provides a caring and loving environment for adults with dementia, memory loss, or behavioral conditions. Participants enjoy nutritious meals, social opportunities, activities, and recreation.
We partner with healthcare and older adult organizations to reduce hospital admissions and readmissions and provide person-centered care management. We provide on-going individualized plans of care and consistent communication, Meals on Wheels, access to health care and therapies, medication management, family information sharing, and much more.
Volunteers visit with older adults 60+ who are in need of companionship, support, and socialization in the comfort of their own homes. The weekly visit will give homebound seniors meaningful personal connections.
For more information, visit www.MealsOnWheelsOC.org