The CEI Blog

Seniors are welcomed at the new Concord PACE Center

PACE Concord is Now Open!

We are thrilled to welcome seniors to our newest PACE Center located in Concord, California. PACE enrolled seniors started enjoying the state-of-the-art center on ...
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A Friend, Mother, and Social Butterfly Adapts to Change

Ms. Carole Wilson has always been hard working. In order to help provide for her two kids and husband, at times she worked two ...
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Mother and Daughter Tag Team in Life and in Health

Mother and daughter Jimmie and Jill Beardsley live together and are close. Jimmie Beardsley, the mother in the power duo, says, “We depend on ...
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Staying Mobile during the Pandemic

With COVID-19 restrictions and precautions in place, Mr. Ervin Vinson visits the center once a week. He says with fewer people around, the center ...
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Maria Zamora, New CEO of Center for Elders’ Independence

Zamora Becomes New CEO

Center for Elders' Independence is thrilled to name Maria E. Zamora as our new CEO (Chief Executive Officer). After an extensive search, Zamora was ...
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Remembering Healthcare Struggles before joining Center for Elders’ Independence

For the last few days in February, for Black History month, we share the memories of Mr. John Moore, a current participant at our ...
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Physical Therapy for Senior Health and Rehab

Despite the pandemic and the risk of contracting COVID-19, our physical and occupational therapists still make a big difference in lives of older adults ...
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A couple listens to counselor explain a concept.

Seniors’ Behavioral Health

Behavioral health is our mood, memory, and resilience. Behavioral health affects how we cope with everyday life. How we approach daily living can lead ...
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Older Woman Sick in Bed

A Simple Way to Stay Healthy

Being sick is never any fun. There is a simple way to avoid getting sick. The flu. At some point in all of our ...
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Gwen Duncan Smiles Proudly

Regaining Strength & Independence during a Pandemic

In June, a delightful woman got up to use the bathroom feeling weak all over. Before she returned to her bed, she fell down. ...
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