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.
Nothing seems to overwhelm families of the elderly more than figuring out the issue of senior care: Who needs intervention? What kind? How much? How little? What's available? When is it time to step in to help?
Seniors can get free help Sunday picking their 2013 Medicare prescription drug plan, as well as a review of their personal medications.
Beginning Nov. 19, the Sacramento-area Social Security offices will reduce their public window hours by 30 minutes each weekday, the Social Security Administration announced.
Karen Spencer was single until she was 48. Like more than 20 percent of baby boom generation women twice the number as in previous generations she never had children.
The first of a new series of free workshops designed to prevent falls by the elderly begins Wednesday, sponsored by the UC Davis Health System's trauma prevention program.
Displacing thousands, Hurricane Sandy left a trail of destruction and death in its wake in New Jersey, New York and other Eastern states, which are beginning the long, slow recovery process.
The recession has led more people to take responsibility for elderly relatives, and they're often unaware of the difficulties involved, according to a report released Tuesday.
Free advice on Medicare Part D the prescription coverage portion of Medicare is part of a community health fair scheduled Saturday at California Northstate University College of Pharmacy in Rancho Cordova.
Author Len Kovar is set to speak this week about his experience as a prisoner of war during World War II.
Looking back, Jennifer Harrington can see how the stigma surrounding Alzheimer's disease made her mother's last decade of life harder than it had to be.
A $3 million federal grant has allowed UC Davis to establish a research center to study aging Latinos.
After five years, a development battle raging in Carmichael may be ending. A proposed three-story senior living complex in a neighborhood largely comprising single family homes will be up for a vote by the Sacramento County Planning Commission in September.