Category: Educational Materials
Concerned about COVID-19?
We are in an unprecedented time with the pandemic outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus (COVID-19). We actively are working with Santa Clara County Public Health, California Department of Public Health, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidelines to ensure safe and efficient actions are taken. The health and safety of our patients, families, and team are our utmost priorities.
As the situation with COVID-19 continues to develop, the following may serve as resources to get the information you need.
– Santa Clara County is using 2-1-1 to serve as a call center for questions about COVID-19.
– The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is providing daily COVID-19 updates online.
– The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also has information on what you need to know regarding COVID-19 and resources for the community.
Self-care is important for patients and caregivers to engage in regularly. Self-care can take many forms, such as physical, mental, spiritual, emotional, environmental, or professional self-care. Whichever method or strategies work best for you, please remember to partake in some self-care activities to let go of the harsh edges of the day and embrace the little things that bring joy, such as a rejuvenating warm shower or cuddles from a pet.
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Maintaining Women’s Health During the Senior Years
Help Seniors Safely Manage Allergies
Understand Cholesterol and Its Effects
Tips to Help Seniors Adjust to Daylight Saving Time
Your health can be impacted by a small time change, especially if you are older or have a chronic illness. Sleep loss is one of the negative effects seniors may experience due to daylight saving time. Here are some tips to help seniors adjust to daylight saving time.
How to Help Homebound Seniors Stay Active
Finding the Right Mobility Aids for Seniors