Girl Scouts Reach Out to BCSC Seniors
On Friday, July 28th, the participants and staff of the Brandman Centers for Senior Care (BCSC) had a special visit from the Girl Scouts-Granada Hills Troop 4006. As part of their summer community service program, troop members Cassie, Kaitlyn, Sophia and Gracie collected cans, bottles, and recyclables to raise funds to provide custom made blankets to BCSC participants. As they presented the blankets, the Scouts spoke about their project, which took a few weeks to complete, and got to know the seniors. BCSC participants and staff enjoyed the special visit by the Girl Scouts-Granada Hills Troop 4006 and greatly appreciate the thoughtful gifts they provided.
A program of the Los Angeles Jewish Home, the Brandman Centers for Senior Care provide quality medical care that promotes independence for seniors through the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). The PACE program enables frail seniors with multiple health conditions to live safely at home. The innovative program coordinates all services so qualified seniors are able to have their healthcare needs taken care of in one place. Among the program's many services are adult day healthcare, primary, and specialty medical care, vision and dental care, medications, physical, occupational, and speech therapy, transportation, acute care, home health care, and caregiving. The program serves patients age 55 and over who live in the Jewish Home's service area.
For more information about the Brandman Centers for Senior Care, please click here to visit the BCSC website or call 818.774.8444.