The future is uncertain for many of California’s frail and elderly after Governor Jerry Brown rejected an alternative to Adult Day Care Services around the state.
One of the senior citizens approached during a recent survey of the homeless in San Jose and Palo Alto had been living on the streets for the past 58 years.
A grass-roots organization is trying to bring to light what they call one of the city’s most dangerous intersections in the Bayview District.
A program to help out seniors in Sunnyvale is facing the chopping block due to a lack of federal funding.
Among Americans 55 years and older, cases of sexually transmitted disease are on the rise. In fact, Medicare may soon add STD screenings as a covered benefit.
A campaign launched in Oakland Thursday looks to close the digital divide by getting more low-income families and seniors hooked up to the Internet.
Adult care health services in California that assist the “medically-fragile,” are expected to shutdown by July 1st if a funding bill isn’t approved in Sacramento. Some seniors were in the Alameda County Board chamber in Oakland Monday, pleading for something to be done.
Seniors in Napa County are receiving scam phone calls from their “grandchildren” asking them to send money.
State legislators and medical experts unveiled a new state plan Wednesday for coping with Alzheimer’s disease. An explosion of people with the disease is expected in the next 20 years.
California elder care advocates plan a series of actions around the state to protest budget cuts that would eliminate adult day health care programs that serve about 37,000 fragile seniors.