At Jewish Family Service, we understand the daily concerns and challenges that accompany caring for a loved one. Across a wide range of services, our skilled professionals work closely with older adults and caregivers to assess their needs and provide solutions and referrals to enrich their lives. Our Balboa Avenue Older Adult Center offers an ideal environment for older adults with early stage dementia, as well as respite and support for you, the caregiver. Plus, when you connect with JFS, you gain access to Counseling, Food Assistance, Geriatric Care Management, Minor Home Repairs, Transportation Solutions, and more. To get started, contact us at (858) 637-3210 or email@example.com.
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ElderHelp http://www.elderhelpofsandiego.org/programs-and-services/ offers:
The Concierge Club provides seniors with services such as: care coordination and management, grocery shopping, transportation, friendly visits, minor home repairs, home safety inspections, daily check-in calls, budget and check writing assistance, gardening and much more.
HomeShare serves those who are looking for affordable housing or have a spare room in their own home and would like someone to move in with them.
Please call to find out zip code areas serviced in San Diego County. Phone: (619)-284-9281
ElderHelp of San Diego 3860 Calle Fortunada, Ste 101 San Diego, CA 92123
Southern Caregiver Resources Center http://caregivercenter.org/services/ – Two offers free face to face counseling and coaching to unpaid family caregivers throughout San Diego and Imperial Counties. Social Workers can address questions and walk family members through their journey including workshops and workbooks. Click on any of the following services to learn more:
All services come at no cost to the family caregiver. Both home and office visits are available.
Phone: (858) 268-4432 or (800) 827-1008
Knowledge for the Ages http://www.knowledgefortheages.org Provides individual consulting to help your family work through the financial decisions and qualifications to apply for MediCare, MedicAid and other services.
Memory Guides http://memoryguides.org/memory-cafes/ is a gathering place for seniors to make friends, get connected and learn about dementia and other memory loss topics.
Getting out and getting social is a vital activity for maintaining your health and wellbeing. Go have some fun!
Phone: (858) 412-7337
George G. Glenner Alzheimer’s Family Centers https://glenner.org/adultdayprograms/
Offers Adult Day Care for your loved one with any form of dementia or Traumatic Brain Injury.
Most importantly for you, the unpaid family caregiver,is their support group meetings.
The centers will watch over your loved one while you attend the meetings. This gives both you and your loved-one the break you need!
Glenner has three locations:
Hillcrest: https://glenner.org/hillcrest/ Phone: (619) 543-4704
Encinitas: https://glenner.org/encinitas/ Phone: (760) 635-1895
Chula Vista: https://glenner.org/chulavista/ Phone: (619) 420-1703
San Ysidro Health Clinic http://www.syhc.org/services/support-services/%23family In addition to traditional medical services covered by Medicare, MediCal or Medicaid, the San Ysidro Health Clinic offers many free services for patients that include women’s health, transportation, “Rap” group sessions and classes in yoga, fitness, and life style.
Phone: (619) 662-4100
PACE – A Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) of San Ysidro Health Clinic
Phone: (844) 473-7223
Legacy Corps, San Diego http://www.sandiegocounty.gov/hhsa/programs/ais/volunteers/ – LegacyCorps provides free respite services to family members caring for a Veteran of any age.
Phone: (858) 505-6305
You and your family or friends
You are part of your health care team. Doctors and nurses may know more about medicine, but you are the expert on you.
Your family and friends can be a part of your health care team, if you like. Families and friends are not visitors but are part of your health care team. They can give you comfort and support. They also can tell your doctors and nurses about your needs and concerns.
Patients get better care when they talk with their doctor. This short, easy-to-read brochure gives tips that will help you be prepared before, during, and after medical appointments. Be More Involved in Your Health Care.
Ramona Seidel, M.D.
A simple question, such as “Is it okay to take this over-the-counter medicine?” can save your life, says this doctor.
Watch her video. (Flash®, 3 min.)
Asking questions has served this retired engineer well—from his career to his health.
Watch his video. (Flash®, 2 min.)
Learn more about patient and family engagement and how hospitals can work as partners with patients and families to improve quality and safety.
Notepads to help patients prioritize their questions for medical visits are available. My Questions for This Visit.
For free printed copies, call 1-800-358-9295 or Email AHRQpubs@ahrq.hhs.gov.
For details about co-branding and partnership opportunities, please call AHRQ’s Communications Office at 301-427-1248.
Rachelle Toman, M.D., Ph.D.