The CEI Blog

CEI Participants Smile with CEI Staff Member at a Picnic in San Leandro

CEI Foundation Celebrates Recent Fundraising Success

The CEI Foundation has secured $1.79 million in grant funding over the past fiscal year. Notable achievements include acquiring two buses worth $280,000 from ...
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Celebrating PRIDE Month & Championing Healthcare Equity and Gender-Affirming Care at CEI

Center for Elders' Independence celebrates Pride Month by reaffirming our dedication to fostering an inclusive environment where health equity thrives, and every elder's story ...
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Mr. Heng and his wife are both participants at PACE Berkeley.

In Celebration of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month: The Journey of A Chinese Immigrant

How PACE Bridges Health Equity: Meet Mr. Liu Ju Heng In the heart of San Francisco's bustling streets resided Mr. Liu Ju Heng, an ...
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Care Coordination Delivers Better Outcomes for Seniors

The overwhelm is real. The doctor appointments. The insurance company phone calls. The medications. Showering. Cooking. Laundry. The transportation needs. The paperwork for all ...
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New Trustee Joins CEI Foundation

Wesley Alexander joins the CEI Foundation as a Trustee bringing his experience as an entrepreneur to the board. He currently is the CEO of ...
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Celebrating diversity at the annual summer picnic.

Equity for Senior Healthcare Delivered

We stand for access to affordable, comprehensive social and medical care for all seniors and fiercely advocate for healthcare equity. Healthcare equity is achieved ...
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Do you know about advance healthcare directives?

National Healthcare Decision Day April 16

To educate, facilitate and help current participants and their families make important end-of-life care decisions, Center for Elders' Independence is participating in National Healthcare ...
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Maria Lopez Garcia, PACE participant at Center for Elders' Independence

Maria Garcia: Dancing and Laughing to Health

The vibrant Maria Lopez Garcia, nicknamed "JLo" can be easily recognized at the East Oakland PACE Center from her hearty laugh, often from the ...
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It's cold in the house in winter. A senior person freezing, fever or trouble with heating. Sad person in wool plaid and scarf and wearing warm hat sitting on sofa at home in wintertime.

Reducing Colder Weather Risks for Older Adults

As we experience winter temperatures, the risk of cold weather affecting older adults is high. The more frail or mildly confused someone is, the ...
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PACE Participant: Rose Usher in Bloom

Rose in Bloom: A PACE Participant Profile

The Importance of Social Connection in Older Adults As one ages, keeping the social connections necessary to find happiness and fight isolation gets more ...
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