Senior Care Center Is Highlighting The Methods Used In The Newport Beach Senior Living Communities To Fight COVID-19

Apr 19, 2021

April 20, 2021 - /PressAdvantage/ - Senior Care Center, an online resource that helps families find the perfect assisted living facility or nursing home for their elderly loved ones, is highlighting the efforts that are being implemented in the Newport Beach senior living communities to combat the spread of COVID-19.

In Newport Beach, OASIS, a large Senior Center, is dedicated to meeting the needs of all seniors and their families. Many educational, recreational, cultural, and social services are offered, with an aim to help older adults live an enriched, active, and independent life. The Center is owned and operated by the City of Newport Beach and is staffed by a core of professionals who are responsible for planning classes and activities, working with seniors in developing new and exciting programs, providing support services and counseling, and helping family members who are concerned about their parents.

The Recreation & Senior Services Department of the City of Newport Beach is continuing to provide programs and activities under current State and County safety guidelines. OASIS personal training resumed on February 8, 2021. OASIS outdoor classes resumed on February 22, 2021. OASIS services, such as Meals on Wheels, Transportation, Social Services, etc. have remained active throughout. For staff assistance, readers can call OASIS at (949) 644-3244, Monday through Friday, from 8 AM to 5 PM.

For people of California who have been impacted by job loss during the COVID-19 pandemic and those who need help with anything from food, money, shelter, childcare, or job re-training can head over to www.onwardca.org to learn more about the government’s efforts to help them. OASIS Transporation is providing curb-to-curb transportation to essential appointments from Monday to Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM by appointment only to Newport Beach residents over 60.

Those who are looking for someone to talk to about the challenges they are facing can sign up to receive a daily phone call from a friendly OASIS volunteer to check-in and chat for a while. To be added to the call list, readers can call (949) 644-3244 or email Susie DiGiovanna at sdigiovanna@newportbeachca.gov. Age Well Senior Services is providing Meals on Wheels and Grab and Go meals from OASIS Senior Center. Readers can contact (949) 855-8033 for more information. Seniors can also call OASIS at (949) 644-3244 to have willing local volunteers to shop for them.

The City of Newport Beach is working closely with Orange County on distribution plans for the COVID-19 vaccine. It says that it is committed to providing resources to support the vaccination effort. The distribution process is developing rapidly and all relevant updates will be posted on the website as they arise.

As of April 11, 2021, 595,450 people have received one dose of the 2-dose vaccines (Pfizer and Moderna) while 687,552 have been fully vaccinated. 65,611 people have received the dose of the 1-dose vaccine (Johnson & Johnson). The risk level in Orange County has been reduced from “Substantial” to “Moderate” based on the progress of the vaccine administration and the improvement of patient statistics. Currently, in accordance with the “Moderate” risk level, some indoor business operations are allowed to open with modifications.

Senior Care Center provides the resources that families or seniors need to find the perfect long-term care facilities for their elderly loved ones or themselves, respectively. The center provides access to Senior Care Advisors, representatives who have the knowledge and experience to recommend the best elder care homes for seniors. They extract information such as medical needs, dietary preferences, cultural and religious preferences, budget, and desired location from the seniors or their families and suggest the best senior home that fits within all the desired parameters. They can even help the seniors apply to the chosen senior home or move in.

Readers can find out more about the services offered by Senior Care Center in Newport Beach by heading over to https://srcarecenter.com/senior-care/california/senior-care-in-newport-beach/. The center in Newport Beach can be contacted for all inquiries at the phone number (949) 200-1626 or through a contact form on its website.

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For more information about Senior Care Center Newport Beach, contact the company here:

Senior Care Center Newport Beach
Casey Ryeback
(949) 200-1626

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