Understanding CalAIM for Older Adults and People with Disabilities

California is a state that is continually looking for ways to improve the healthcare system for its residents. That’s why the state government launched a new program known as the California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal (CalAIM) in January 2020. CalAIM is a comprehensive initiative with the primary goal of improving the quality of care and […]

Everything You Need to Know About Medi-Cal Redetermination

Medi-Cal is a public health insurance program in California that provides free or low-cost medical services to eligible participants. To ensure only eligible participants receive these services, the program must redetermine their eligibility periodically. With the resumption of normal Medi-Cal renewal processes this year, there’s been some confusion about what that means and how it […]

Navigating the Impact of Inflation on Social Security Benefits in 2023

The U.S. Labor Department’s latest data, as of June 2023, has brought to light a concerning economic trend: an annual inflation rate of 4.0% over the past 12 months. This follows a slightly higher rate of 4.9% in the preceding year. The implications of these staggering inflation rates are far-reaching, particularly when considered in conjunction […]

App For Care Crafting Journal

We are developing a mobile app version of our Care Crafting Journal We’re excited to announce that we have begun the process of design and development of a mobile application which users will be able to utilize in similar fashion to our Care Crafting Journal. Take a sneak peek at the current user interface in […]

Story of Sheila Davis

Sheila Davis arrived at Centinela hospital after an unexpected accident, while working on thefootball field at So-Fi Stadium in Inglewood, CA. She suffered a fractured tibia and fibula to herlower right leg. It’s fair to say her life was suddenly altered after losing the ability to walk. She said, “During mytwo weeks stay in the […]

Story of Andie

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When caring for your loved one, it’s a good idea to remember you can only do so much. Somethings are completely out of your control. There are even times when family members do notagree with your decisions. In the case of Andie Parker, she did all she could to help transition hermother to an assisted […]