Looking for available care options and programs that can help seniors maintain independence and quality of life?
The following websites provide comprehensive information on topics like financial support and assisted living options that are available.
Clayton Valley Village volunteers provide transportation, social connections and at-home assistance to our members in Clayton and Concord. This is the only such service in Clayton and Concord for seniors. To learn more, call 925- 626-0411, send email to email@example.com, or visit the website.
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Information about Medicare which is the federal government's health insurance program that primarily covers people 65 and older and younter people with disabilities.
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The Older Ameicans Act Title IIIB Supportive Service Porgram provides funding for a variey of supportive service programs thourgh local developed community -based systems of services, go to:
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