SeniorServ

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Purpose

To Secure home, health and heart for older adults by helping them live independently with dignity and wellness in the homes and communities they love.

Programs

Meals on Wheels (Home Delivered Meals) provides a critical lifeline to approx. 1,000 homebound older adults a day.  We provide three daily meals, five days a week delivered to the home by volunteer and staff drivers.

Case Management Services Case Managers meet with homebound participants and connect them with community resources, whether their circumstances involve legal, medical, emotional, financial, or other issues.

Homemaking Program for a limited number of our homebound clients that are very low income our case managers arrange for paid caregivers to provide basic housekeeping and personal care services (bathing, toileting, getting out of bed, etc.)

Home Safety Program we provide inspections and repairs in the homes of the frail elderly.   Slight modifications are made that assist in keeping a senior safely in their own home such as grab bars in the bathroom or smoke detectors.

Senior Lunch Program provides daily nutritious lunches and socialization for 1,500 older adults at 26 senior centers in the 20 cities of Central and North Orange County.

VIP Adult Day Health Care Centers provides medically supervised adult daycare services to 120 participants a day in Santa Ana and Anaheim.  Clients typically have multiple health issues, ranging from diabetes to heart and kidney issues to dementia, among others, and receive care from nurses, LVN’s, social workers, and occupational, physical and speech therapists.  (We are a certified provider of Medi-Cal Community-Based Adult Services – CBAS.)

Community Care Transitions Program (CCTP), SeniorServ has collaborated with four Central and North OC hospitals to provide Care Transitions services using the evidence-based Coleman Model to reduce 30-day hospital readmission rates for Medicare patients.  We provide similar services for health plans and have co-formed a collaborative with other Care Transitions providers in Southern California who operate similar programs.

Friendly Visitor and Care Circles Programs connects volunteers with seniors to meet the needs of the isolated older adult and the needs of caring volunteers.    Volunteers are linked with seniors that would benefit from receiving social interaction and other assistance with needs such as grocery shopping, light housekeeping and assistance with planning transportation

 

 

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