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SENIORSERV FEATURED IN OC REGISTER ARTICLE
"The Battle to Save Seniors" Written By Terence Loose
It's likely that your mom or grandma is getting enough to eat. But for 15 percent of the thousands of Orange County...Read more
SENIOR CARE HERO AWARDS RECIPIENT NAMED OC REGISTER'S "100 MOST INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE OF 2014 IN ORANGE COUNTY"
Our 2014 Outstanding Senior Care Professional recipient, Lahoma Snyder, is named one of OC Register’s “100 Most Influential People of 2014”!
NBC4 FEATURES SENIORSERV'S MEALS ON WHEELS
SeniorServ featured on-air on NBC4 with a volunteer opportunity to become a Meals On Wheels Volunteer Driver!
SENIORSERV ON NBC4'S "I AM A VOLUNTEER" WEBPAGE
Los Angeles Channel 4 NBC4 highlights SeniorServ on its "I Am a Volunteer" webpage. Find out how you can improve the lives of seniors.
Senior Care Hero Awards on "The Senior Bodyguard" Radio Network
On August 18th, Susan Papiri from the 2014 Senior Care Hero Awardsâ„¢ was interviewed by radio show host, Geoff Scott of "The Senior Bodyguard" Radio Network, a radio show dedicated to being a "protector of seniors".
In the interview, Susan and Geoff talked about how the Senior Care Hero Awardsâ„¢ began, the 17 categories in which you can nominate and vote for your Hero online, the heartwarming and emotional stories, and theRead more
SeniorServ featured in OC Register Article "Senior Population more vibrant than ever, but risks exists" written by Shelly Hoss
All proceeds received from our fundraising efforts go directly to supporting at risk-seniors. Our mission at SeniorServ is to improve the quality of life for older adults, persons with disabilities and their families by creating a safety net of health, nutrition and supportive services designed to enhance their independence, well-being and dignity. Through our programs and services, we are able to fulfill our mission every day in supporting at risk-seniors.Read more
Caring for those who cared for us!Read more
Advocates say seniors at risk with further federal cuts
Some O.C. food programs look for fill-in funding in the face of federal sequestration. In a county whose population is aging more rapidly than the national average, some people 60 and older already are scrambling for food because of federal budget cuts.Advocates fear that reality, of hunger among Orange County's elderly, is being overlooked as Congress battles over the federal budget.
How to help
SeniorServ and Age Well Services are the two...Read more
Serving food and conversation lifts senior's spirits
Ronald Malouf, 76, could no longer cook or shop after chemo caused congestive heart failure. He gets help from Community SeniorServ, one of the 2011 Season of Caring charities.Ronald Malouf eats every bite of the low-sodium food delivered to him five days a week, but what really nourishes him are the conversations served with every platter.
Malouf, 76, is among the...Read more
Woman and Son Struggle
ANAHEIM – Julie Anderson has spent the last 5½ years making life work with a hot plate and an electric skillet. Her kitchen is not a kitchen at all but an Anaheim motel room that she shares with her 40-year-old son. Anderson turns out cupcakes and life's other essentials all the same.
They have a roof over their heads but that's where the luxury begins and ends. Her son works full-time, helping other people find jobs. But there is just never enough money to...Read more
State settlement spares adult day health care
State settlement spares adult day health care Low-income Californians with disabilities and serious illness will continue receiving services to keep them out of nursing homes after state officials Thursday settled a lawsuit challenging the elimination of the Adult Day Health Care program.
"We are overjoyed about this," said Holly Hagler, chief executive of Community Senior Serv, which runs two adult day centers in Santa Ana and Anaheim. "This is going to be...Read more
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