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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Advisory

The Council on Aging – Southern California is committed to our community, helping older adults and their families stay healthy, connected and protected. We are available by phone from Monday – Friday, 8 A.M. – 5 P.M. at 714-479-0107.
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Aging Impacts Us All

Whether you are facing a crisis with a parent or loved one, or in need of assistance in navigating the aging experience, the Council on Aging is here to help.

Learn about the free services we offer older adults and their families in your community. The Council on Aging – Southern California has been a trusted nonprofit organization since 1973. We provide unbiased information, programs, and services to more than 290,000 seniors and disabled adults annually across Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Inyo and Mono counties.

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OUR PROGRAMS

Answers Resource Guide

Concierge Care
Navigators

Struggling to manage critical health care conditions associated with aging? Our RNs can help.

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Friendly Visitor Program

Friendly Visitor
Program

Provides companionship and social support to isolated, frail older and disabled adults in Orange County.

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Health Insurance Counseling (HICAP)

Health Insurance Counseling (HICAP)

Free, unbiased counseling to help you understand your Medicare benefits and options.

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Long-Term Care Ombudsman

Long-Term Care Ombudsman

Advocates for the rights of older and disabled adults living in skilled nursing and residential care facilities.

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ReConnect Program (EISOA)

ReConnect Program
(EISOA)

Assists adults aged 60+ to manage and improve their emotional health and overall well-being.

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Senior Protection Program and FAST

Senior Protection Program and FAST

Educational seminars to help you avoid financial predators and limited consultation on matters of abuse.

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 SmileMakers Guild

SmileMakers
Guild

Mobilizes community support and provides holiday gifts to over 6,500 residents in long-term care facilities.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer
Opportunities

Change the life of a senior – volunteer and make a difference in your community today.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

AGING AS ART CONTEST

Share what aging means to you by participating in our “Aging As Art” photography contest. Submit your photo for a chance to win our Grand Prize of $1,000!

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AN EVENING OF COMEDY

Our largest fundraising event. A night filled with laughter, auctions, opportunity drawings, and special surprises.

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SmileMakers

SMILEMAKERS PROJECT

Participate in our holiday wrap event! Over a two week period we collect and wrap 6,500+ gifts to be delivered to older and disabled adults.

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COASC Activities

ACTIVITIES CALENDAR

View our community support group calendar for activities near you.

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FROM OUR BLOG

We Should Not Be Silent

During these difficult times, we affirm that discrimination against the black community is wrong and must not be tolerated. We believe discrimination and violence are unacceptable. We believe in advancing equity and supporting safety, economic security and well-being for all.

The Council on Aging is Here to Help

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Council on Aging’s priority is ensuring the health and well-being of our team members and those we proudly serve. Our offices in Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Inyo and Mono counties aren’t open to the public. However, we are working remotely, and you can count on us to be of help!

Consider a Geriatric Care Manager

Learn how the Council on Aging’s Concierge Care Navigators program can help make your aging journey easier.  Our Registered Nurse and Gerontologist Team specialize in geriatric care management and advocacy that addresses your concerns, saving you time and money. 

  • Ombudsman with long-term care resident

Long-Term Care Ombudsman Services During COVID-19

In this difficult time, the Council on Aging - Southern California’s Long-Term Care Ombudsmen are available to advocate for residents in several ways. Ombudsmen resolve complaints, protect rights, and promote access to services for residents before, during and after emergencies such as COVID-19. They are making regular check-in calls to facilities asking a variety of questions.

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