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Jim Cenname of Nightingale Senior Care is a member of a volunteer organization to help Seniors in North Orange County with their unmet needs. That organization, the North Orange County Senior Collaborative partners with St. Jude Senior Service and Orange County Supervisor’s office to bring this survey to you. Please take 10 minutes to answer it and help us help others.

Thank you in advance for participating in our survey of the unmet needs of seniors living in North Orange County. The North Orange County Senior Collaborative, The Orange County Board of Supervisors and St. Jude Senior Services look forward to your response. If you are a senior or a family caregiver, please help us know what you need. Professionals, please tell us about the needs of the seniors you serve.

Click here to start the 10-question survey

If you are interested to know our finding please contact Jim Cenname at Nightingale Senior Care at 657-217-2273

Jim Cenname Leads Effort to Survey the Unmet Needs of Seniors

Excerpt from Orange County Supervisor Shawn Nelson’s September 20 newsletter:

The North Orange County Senior Collaborative (NOCSC) is a team of technicians, gerontologists, health, diet, legal and financial advocates and professional caregivers who meet monthly to address the needs of an aging Orange County. The team will be completing a survey of senior needs and concerns in North OC in October. The survey is the genius of Jim Cenname of Nightingale Senior Care and will soon be going out to 2500 seniors, Senior Centers and caregivers. The survey responses will define what programs and communications techniques can be done better or how technicians can better administer explanations and protections for the elderly through NOCSC.

If you have questions about NOCSC or the survey, please call Karyl Dupee at 714-446-7035 or Steve Spernak in the offices of Supervisor Shawn Nelson at 714-834-3542.Comm4

Supervisor Nelson Staffer Steve Spernak and Fullerton Library Director Chaunacey Dunklee

To take the survey please click here.

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Placentia Linda Hospital opens Urgent Care facility in Brea

Having care facilities in Brea is important to Nightingale Senior Care. We’ve seen too many incidents when a senior falls or bumps there head and they need urgent medical attention. Our caregivers can transport a client to the urgent care facility.

Placentia Linda Hospital opens an Urgent Care facility in Brea. Nightingale Senior Care founders Ellen Busch and Jim Cenname attended the ribbon cutting ceremony. Pictured above Jim Cenname is representing the City of Brea. Jim presents Placentia Linda Hospital’s CEO Kent Clayton with a Certificate of Recognition.

 

 

Senior Care 101, Beginners to family caregiving

“Senior Care 101” class presented by the North Orange County Senior Collaborative at St. Jude Medical Center on Aug. 28.

Are you worried about an aging parent, spouse or friend? St. Jude Senior Services and The North Orange County Senior Collaborative have answers and suggestions!

Learn More About:
Steps to take & answers to questions,
Managing in-home care,
Essential legal documents,
Choosing a new living environment,
Resources to help you cope.

Register for a free 1 hour class by contacting:
Karyl Dupée Clinical Supervisor, Senior Services at St. Jude, 714-446-7035
DATE: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
TIME: 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
PLACE: St. Jude Community Services
130 W. Bastanchury Road, Fullerton, CA