Seniors First, which administers a host of federally funded seniors programs in Placer County including Meals on Wheels, plans to shut its doors temporarily on Nov. 1 as a result of the federal shutdown.
Sacramento's Ethel M. Hart Senior Center has temporarily closed for long overdue renovations, including a major heating and air conditioning overhaul and the installation of a new roof.
Plans for a long-awaited senior day care center, derailed five years ago by county budget cuts, are back on track in El Dorado Hills.
Federal sequester cuts will take an 8 percent bite out of regional seniors' programs funded through the Older Americans Act, instead of the 4 percent reduction that the Area 4 Agency on Aging was expecting, according to the agency's new executive director, Pam Miller.
USA Properties Fund Inc., a Roseville-based developer of affordable housing, has completed a $10.9 million acquisition of a 184-unit senior housing community in central Los Angeles County.
Orangevale residents are fighting a senior living development, viewing it as a threat to their "high-quality rural lifestyle," as a community plan put it almost 30 years ago.
The California Department of Public Health on Friday issued its strongest citation and imposed a $100,000 fine against a Lincoln nursing home after an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the 2011 death of an 82-year-old stroke patient who had been in the facility's care.
Even when she walked into her first meeting, Debra Johnson wasn't convinced that a support group could help her family.