Call Us for Housing Assistance!

If you are on MediCal Health Net or Aetna, you may be able to receive housing navigation assistance if you are homeless or at risk of homelessness. For more information, call the Foundation at 760-723-7570 and ask for a Referral Support Advocate.

Making a Real Impact!

Every day, we have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of older adults who come to us with a wide variety of situations. Their needs range from simple requests for transportation to complex issues that require coordination across multiple agencies. Check out our INFOGRAPHIC that highlights each of our key programs over the last 18 months!

It is so important as we practice social distancing not to become socially isolated. This is especially true for those seniors who are already a little isolated during normal times and those who because of risk factors continue to shelter in place. Click the following link for some great practical advice on staying connected.   Feeling Good and Staying Connected_English …

Coronavirus: Letter from the Executive Director

To our Foundation for Senior Care partners, families and clients: In compliance with the State of California’s shelter-in-place directive, our organization is adjusting our programs and services temporarily to meet the urgent needs of the Seniors and those whom we serve in at-risk populations throughout Fallbrook and Bonsall. In recognizing the challenges for Seniors to obtain groceries and personal hygiene …

The Foundation for Senior Care Adds Ashley Hancock to Advocate Team

  Last year, the Foundation for Senior Care saw a 46% increase in Care Advocate services according to Executive Director Rachel Mason. “Hiring an additional Care Advocate was essential to addressing the need that exists in our ever-growing larger senior population,” she said. “And Ashley Hancock, now our third Care Advocate, is the perfect fit wAll Postsithin our agency and …

Seniors and Self Neglect

Our Care Advocacy program often runs into cases of seniors and self neglect. The sad thing is that we are not typically the first people to spot it. Indeed, many neighbors, landlords, and service providers are often aware that the senior is in distress, but just don’t know what to do. Here’s the link to Adult Protective Services and information …

Should Seniors Be Screened for Depression?

There is an argument that can be made for senior citizens to be screened for mental health disorders—and for depression, in particular—as part of their routine medical care. That argument is simply this: While depression is by no means a normal part of aging, it is quite common among those who are in their senior years. In fact, WebMD reports …