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Nov 10, 2010
Fwd: Caring for an Aging Parent?
Your Parents Want to Stay in Their Own Home
WE CAN HELP
Call Us When . . .
Your parents have mounting health conditions . . .
and you don't know how to manage it all.
Your father is being discharged from the hospital . . .
and you need help caring for him at home.
Your aging parents live in Florida . . .
and your siblings can't agree on a plan for them.
Your mom and dad have stopped driving . . .
and can't get their own meals and groceries.
JFCS/East Bay's Care Managers . . .
Help family members identify the problems their loved one is having, and put a workable plan in place.
Coordinate and advocate with medical providers and update family members
as needs change.
Locate skilled caregivers and follow up with family members to monitor quality
Advise families on how best to meet an aging person's nutritional and health needs.
Assume responsibility for many other issues that family members may not be able to handle on their own.
Call now for a free initial phone consultation
Suse Moyal Center for Older Adult Services
Jewish Family & Children's Services of the East Bay
Suse Moyal Center
for Older Adult Services
2484 Shattuck Avenue, Suite 210
Berkeley, CA 94704
(510) 704-7475 - Main
(510) 558-7800 - Older Adult Services
Contra Costa Office
Family Justice Center
1855 Olympic Blvd., Suite 200 470 27th Street
Walnut Creek, CA 94596 Oakland CA 94612
(925) 927-2000 (510) 704-7480, ext. 700
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