Thriving At Home, In Our Communities
Meet Jack, a spirited 65-year-old man who lives alone and has faced health setbacks in life with optimism, never underestimating the value of a good friend. As he embarked on a journey towards improved mental health, Jack considered adopting a canine companion. His CCC Care Manager, Trecia, set out to make it happen. With help from your donations, Jack purchased a crate, a dog bowl, and other necessities to help care for his new companion. Welcome home, buddy!
Alba, 68, was having difficulty coping with the intense summer heat. Her CCC Care Manager, Rachel, already aware of several health conditions, noticed she was sweating and uncomfortable. Recognizing she didn’t have the resources to purchase an air conditioner, Rachel stepped in and with your support purchased one. These days, Alba is breezing through her days more comfortably at home.
Mina, 76, needed help keeping her house tidy. Through a state waiver, she received cleaning assistance, but needed supplies—including a mop and bleach. After mentioning the need to her CCC Care Manager, Carol, the supplies were purchased, and they will last for months to come. Thank you!
85-year-old Marilyn is fortunate to have a care team who makes sure she stays active and engaged in her community. Her days include outings to a nearby park or the grocery store, doctor appointments and gatherings with family and friends. Her CCC Care Manager, Elena, noticed a portable ramp could improve her travels. With your gracious support, Marilyn is moving through her days easier, enjoying more independence in her nearby community.
People with dementia may need modifications to stay safe at home. Rami, 69, has dementia and requires a microwave and rice cooker to substitute for an oven. With help from his CCC care manager, Jane, and donors like you, Rami now has both items, is more independent, happier, and self-sufficient.
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