PACE Concord is Now Open!

Seniors are welcomed at the new Concord PACE Center

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 May 1, 2021. This center is open to serve older adults in Concord, Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, Bay Point, Pittsburg, Antioch, Brentwood, Clayton, Orinda, Lafayette, Moraga and other neighboring communities…

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A Warm Tribute to Linda Trowbridge

Linda Trowbridge smiling with joy in 2017.

Download the Tribute PDF  | Make a Gift It is with deep sadness that we share with you that Center for Elders’ Independence Chief Executive Officer, Linda Trowbridge, died on August 28, 2020. She was 64. After a highly productive, 30-year career in healthcare, Linda became our leader after the previous CEO, Peter Szutu retired…

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Seniors Can Vote Safely by Mail in California

Alameda County Vote by Mail Return Envelope

All Californians registered to vote, including seniors, will receive a vote by mail ballot keeping them safer during the pandemic. This is a big change as Governor Newsom signed an executive order stating that all California registered voters will be sent a vote-by-mail ballot up to 29 days before the November 3rd general election, or…

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Taking Care of Seniors in Times of COVID-19

A CEI aide holds up a We Miss You note to put into a lunch.

Changes Demand Creativity Taking care of seniors in times of COVID-19 takes being creative as the world around us changes. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, everyone had to adapt and get creative with how we live our lives. Taking care of our beloved seniors can be difficult and with the shelter in place orders here…

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Why Bay Area Seniors Should Take the Census

Shape Your Future Census 2020

Census notices arrive in the mail and will guide you to complete the census. In the East Bay, we say, “Strength in numbers!” The census determines local economic and political power for cities, counties and villages in the East Bay. The census results can change boundaries of voting districts. Census results also increase or decrease…

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Avoid COVID-19 Scams

Protect Yourself from Scams

Scams related to the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, are rapidly increasing. Fraudsters are targeting older adults and those with serious long- term health conditions to illegally obtain money or Medicare numbers.   Do not give out your Medicare number or Social Security Number (SSN) to anyone other than your doctor, health care provider, or…

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5 Important Facts About Census 2020

Participating in the Census is important as the data collected is used help to shape our future and impact our communities. The results of the 2020 Census will help determine how hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding flow into communities every year for the next decade. That funding shapes many different aspects of…

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September is PACE Month in California

California Assembly passed a resolution that designates September as PACE month in California. Center for Elders’ Independence offers PACE to seniors in the East Bay.

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A Lifetime of Love – The Rosas

For 48 years, the Rosas have done everything together including joining CEI Carlos and Esther Rosas have been married for 48 years, they have four grown children (two girls, two boys) and five grandchildren. They say their relationship is their biggest accomplishment and that they have done everything together. Joining CEI was no different. Long Distance brought…

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