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Proudly sponsored by CEI!

Thank you, Center for Elders’ Independence and Fund for Elders’ Independence for joining our community of sponsors for our event, An Accidental Activist: Smashing the “Medical Hero Myth”!

CEI is the perfect program for seniors who want to age at home, in their community–and they provide all the support that is needed to do that!

Check out their beautiful new website at https://cei.elders.org/

Proudly sponsored by Family Bridges!

We are thrilled to be sponsored by Family Bridges for our community event!

Family Bridges operates two adult day centers in our network that serve over 500 (wow!) seniors a day.
Even more amazing is that they also have centers and programs for youth and adults with limited English language skills. They empower the most vulnerable members of our community along their entire life course!

For more information on Family Bridges, call them at 510-302-0460.
For more information on our community event, An Accidental Activist, check out our eventbrite: daybreakevent2017.eventbrite.com

Caring for the Caregiver Classes

Center for Elders’ Independence offers a free 8 session program for caregivers who want to learn ways to better care for their loved ones and themselves. This class is offered year-round!

For more information, please call Lenore McDonald at 510-452-8835 or email lmcdonald@cei.elders.org

Proudly sponsored by Home Safety Services!

We are proud to be sponsored by Home Safety Services for our community event!

HSS is our community partner in providing home modifications to our seniors–whether your need is for a bathroom modification, stair railing, wheelchair ramp, stair lift or even a single grab bar, Home Safety Services is your one-stop go-to resource.

For a consultation and even advice on DIY projects, call 888-388-3811 or visit http://www.homesafety.net/  

Please visit our Facebook or https://daybreakevent2017.eventbrite.com to join the fun of our community event!

African American Women with Cancer Support Group – Free

The Women’s Cancer Resource Center (WCRC) is offering free cancer support groups for African American women with cancer. Support groups are available in Oakland and Richmond. For more information about time, place, location, and language capacities, please contact Dolores at (510) 350-1312.

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