The Camarillo Health Care District was named Ventura County’s 'Optimal Aging Organization' in a ceremony Wednesday, May 10, by the Ventura County Area Agency on Aging, in an inaugural presentation recognizing several agencies for their dedication and innovation in providing services that enhance quality of life for older adults.
The District was recognized for its long history of supporting, serving and inspiring the community in maximizing health status and independent living, while optimizing aging. The District provides resources and education to support both the aging individual and his/her family and caregivers through a variety of services and programs, including Home Assessments, Hospital-to-Home Care Transitions Services, Case Management, the Building Hope Adult Day Center, the Wellness & Caregiver Center of Ventura County, Memory Cafés, a Senior Nutrition Program, and Care-A-Van Transportation Services.
“The District is very honored to be selected from such a great and diverse group of Ventura County entities who advocate for older adults,” says District CEO Kara Ralston.
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