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Foundation for Senior Care

Foundation for Senior Care is a non-profit that provides services for seniors and disabled adults. We offer 4 programs: 1. Care Van & Expanded Rides Transportation Services - rides for seniors and disabled adults rides to medical appointments, grocery and other locations in the Greater Fallbrook area. Expanded Rides takes are seniors to medical appointments up to 55 miles away (San Diego to Temecula and points between). 2. “The Club” - Fallbrook Adult Day Care Center - provides respite care in a social, recreational setting (non-medical). 3. Senior Care Advocacy & Door-Through-Door programs - providing in-home assessments, safety checks, resources and referral to help seniors remain safely in their own homes, manage medical concerns, and find solutions to complex challenges. Door-Through-Door helps clients maneuver through hospitalizations and skilled nursing stays and get home, breaking the cycle of repreated hospitalizations. 4. Senior Care Computer Learning Center - Seniors teaching Seniors about computers, the internet, smartphones and so much more.
Foundation for Senior Care
Foundation for Senior Care
There are many ways in which you can support The Foundation for Senior Care through volunteering! We look forward to working alongside you to make a difference in the lives of seniors. You can view our volunteer needs here: https://bit.ly/3e1aDP6
Foundation for Senior Care
Foundation for Senior Care
We find joy and gratification in improving the quality of life for the seniors and disabled in our community. We do this all through offering needed support services. Learn more about our mission and how you can help by contacting us today. (760) 723-7570
Foundation for Senior Care
Foundation for Senior Care
Factors influencing Healthy Ageing:

Although some of the variations in older people’s health are genetic, much is due to people’s physical and social environments – including their homes, neighborhoods, and communities, as well as their personal characteristics – such as their sex, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status.

These factors start to influence the aging process at an early stage. The environments that people live in as children combined with their personal characteristics, have long-term effects on how they age.

Environments also have an important influence on the development and maintenance of healthy behaviors. Maintaining healthy behaviors throughout life, particularly eating a balanced diet, engaging in regular physical activity, and refraining from tobacco use all contribute to reducing the risk of non-communicable diseases and improving physical and mental capacity.

Behaviors also remain important in older age. Strength training to maintain muscle mass and good nutrition can both help to preserve cognitive function, delay care dependency, and reverse frailty.

Supportive environments enable people to do what is important to them, despite losses in capacity. The availability of safe and accessible public buildings and transport, and environments that are easy to walk around are examples of supportive environments.

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