The CA Assisted Living Guide examines the best facilities in your area, provides tips for finding the right fit, and answers some frequently asked questions. It was developed to help families and caregivers find the best facility to fit their specific needs. It also breaks down the amenities of several local assisted living facilities.
The Department of Transportation’s Departmental Office of Civil Rights wants to provide their site’s users assistance by making available links to government and organization websites, as well as research sites.
An alphabetical listing of links and resources that offer additional long term care information provided by Washington Health Care Association.
Helpful links from San Diego Neuropsychology pertaining to issues such as: Alzheimer’s, Brain Injury, Cerebral Palsey, Dementia, Military and Veteran Caregivers, Stroke Information, and more.
The San Diego Food Bank’s mission is to provide nutritious food to people in need, senior food baskets delivered, advocate for the hungry and educate the public about hunger-related issues.
Helping adults with blindness or vision impairment to be independent by offering counseling, training, community education, outreach programs and more.
Providing Housing assistance, enrollment help with Medi-Cal, Covered Ca and Cal-Fresh. Providing accountable, equal access services that empower, support and restore justice to those who come through their doors.
The first national, veteran-founded-and-led 501(c)3 nonprofit focused on military suicide prevention. It provides support and resources to all past and present military and their families.
Person-centered supported living agency assisting adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities live in a home of their own with support.
Empowering developmentally disabled adults with the vocational and social skills that enable them to be as independent as possible in the community.