Given the current coronavirus pandemic crisis and lockdown, the Center for Successful Aging in Santa Barbara wants to help combat the loneliness and isolation this situation can cause.
The center is extending its CareLine Telephone Reassurance Program and offering this free service to anyone who is 50 years and older. A trained volunteer will call every day (or on any schedule requested) to check on an individual’s well-being.
To enroll, call the center at 805-898-8080.
The center has also announced that its spring Successful Aging newspaper is out. To read the paper online, go to www.csasb.org and click on “newspaper.”
The Center for Successful Aging is a nonprofit organization that provides education, emotional support, and personal services to seniors and their families. Its mission is to promote the physical, emotional, spiritual and psychological needs of seniors so they can age in place.
For more information, visit csasb.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 805-898-8080. The Center for Successful Aging address is 228 E. Anapamu St. Ste. 208, Santa Barbara, CA 93101.