I am very happy with the care you provide! Your clients are your friends and always treated with the utmost dignity. I have recommended your facility to many others and will continue to do so. Thank you. Mother looks forward to her days at the Center even though because of dementia she has difficulty [...]
The Senior Concerns Board of Directors, led by Vice Chair for Strategic Planning Ann Eklund, embarked on a major effort to review the status of the organization and establish goals and strategies for the future. These are hard economic times for business and non profit organizations. The Board wanted to ensure that programs offered by [...]
We are pleased to announce the recent launch of three new internet sites. You can now find out more about Senior Concerns and our programs and events by visiting our blog site, Youtube and Face book. Our blog site atwww.seniorconcerns.blogspot.com is a place where anybody can post blogs about issues concerning seniors. A blog is [...]
Caring for an elderly loved one? Join us for an informative seminar covering topics including Home Safety Recognizing Medical Needs Body Mechanics featuring injury prevention Stress reduction skills for the caregiver Presenters Gloria Forgea, Registered Nurse Lee Priebe, Physical Therapist Maureen Symonds, Director of Programs Dr. Lisa Hayden, Psychologist specializing in seniors Saturday, May 30, 2009 [...]
Last year 1100 volunteers donated 23,151 hours of their time and energy to Senior Concerns! Senior Concerns is filled with inspiration and many examples. Examples of what you ask? Volunteering!! Over 1100 individuals share their time and talent at Senior Concerns by doing good things for seniors in our community. Meals on Wheels – 101 Packers and [...]
Wallie Fisher's grandaughter, Reagan, and volunteers from Trek for Troops visiting Senior Concerns.
Robert Lyon enjoys some face time with a pet therapy dog from one of our programs.
By Carol Freeman I am fortunate to have so many inspirational examples who have led me while helping others. My mother, Girl Scout leader who taught me how to tie a square knot, 4-H leader who taught me to sew, volunteers at Los Robles Hospital who taught me the value of being a volunteer, Senior [...]
Like every business and individual Senior Concerns has bills to pay, salaries, utilities, food, rent, fuel and like everyone else finds these economic times challenging and fearful. We are blessed with a generous community and for that we say a hearty thank you. Our funding comes from many sources Private and governmental grants may face [...]