Pacific Senior Care Services LLC., also offers information pertaining to programs and services for seniors to ensure ongoing support for you and your loved one to get more independence and quality.
Medicare is our country’s health insurance program for people age 65 or older. Certain people younger than age 65 can qualify for Medicare, too, including those who have disabilities and those who have permanent kidney failure. The program helps with the cost of health care, but it does not cover all medical expenses or the cost of most long-term care.
Contra Costa Aging and Adult –
In Home Support Services
800-333-1081Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP)
Prescription Drug Programs
This section of the Medicare.gov website provides information on public and private programs that offer discounted or free medication, programs that provide assistance with other health care costs, and Medicare health plans that include prescription coverage.
INSTITUTE OF AGING – Friendship Line
An accredited crisis intervention program for the Elderly. Institute on Aging – Friendship Line
24 hour Telephone Hotline / Connect at 415.750.4111
The Alzheimer Association of Northern California has put together an amazing list of supports groups across the state to help patients and their families cope with the struggles of dealing with Alzheimer's.
Hospice Association of America -http://hospice.nahc.org
The Hospice Association of America (HAA) is a national organization representing thousands of hospices,caregivers and volunteers who serve terminally ill patients and their families.
National Council on Aging - https://www.ncoa.org/
The National Council on Aging (NCOA) is a nonprofit service and advocacy organization headquartered in Washington, DC. We are a national voice for older Americans and the community organizations that serve them. We bring together nonprofit organizations, businesses, and government to develop creative solutions that improve the lives of all older adults.
American Health Care Association - https://www.ahcancal.org
As the nation’s largest association of long term and post-acute care providers, AHCA advocates for quality care and services for frail, elderly, and disabled Americans. Our members provide essential care to approximately one million individuals in 11,000 not-for-profit and proprietary member facilities.
Elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation is a serious problem that has harmful effects on victims. The goal for elder abuse prevention is simple: stop it from happening in the first place. Knowledge about what works to prevent elder abuse is growing. Prevention strategies and practices continue to be developed and evaluated.
Suspected elder and dependent adult abuse should be reported to Adult Protective Services, as well as the Police, if that abuse took place outside a long-term care facility.
Many professionals are required by law to make these reports (including law enforcement, health care, clergy, humane society workers). Anyone else may make a report to APS.
The identity of the reporting party can be kept confidential.