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 CoBiz Richmond, which is a co-working space and business incubator with a mission to build an infrastructure for wellness – entrepreneurially, professionally, and personally – in marginalized and under-invested communities. Prior…

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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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Tri Valley “Breaks Ground”

PACE Tri Valley Ground Breaking Ceremony

On Friday, June 30, senior leadership, members of CEI Board and Foundation along with two local elected officials celebrated the start of construction for the new Tri Valley campus. This location will serve many seniors living in San Ramon, Livermore, Dublin and Pleasanton areas and is located at 2441 Constitution Drive, Livermore. The leased building…

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Two New PACE Centers Coming!

Two PACE Centers Coming

California is predicted to have one of the fastest growing senior populations with over three times the national rate for people over age 60. Many of these seniors call Alameda and Contra Costa Counties home. We also know that there are many seniors currently living in these two counties that need easier access to PACE…

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Center for Elders’ Independence Celebrates 40 Years

The Center for Elders’ Independence (CEI) is entering its fifth decade of helping East Bay elders age independently and gracefully. More than 5,000 senior participants and their families have benefited from the dedication of CEI’s staff and leadership. “This talented team has worked so incredibly hard, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, to provide high-quality care…

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PACE Centers Honored for Design

Environments for Aging Masthead

In the most recent issue of Environments for Aging magazine, Center for Elders’ Independence was honored to be one of the finalists of their annual Design Showcase. The PACE Downtown Oakland Center was one of 10 finalists among the large number of submissions. The Design Showcase focuses on four major judging criteria of innovation, aesthetics,…

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