November 23, 2020

COVID 19: What Seniors and Caregivers Need to Know (In Spanish) WelbeHealth Holds Webinar

STOCKTON, California, Nov. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- WelbeHealth, operator of four PACE programs across California, is offering a free webinar in Spanish to address coronavirus safety and manage risk for our elderly. COVID-19: What Seniors and Caregivers Need to Know, will be presented in Spanish on December 2, 2020 from 2:00pm to 3:00pm. To register call 800-734-8041 or email [email protected] and include your name and email address.  Space is limited.

Our goal is simple: We want to help seniors live more independently in their homes and communities. Our team will coordinate every aspect of their care. When seniors and their families are not worried about getting to appointments or keeping track of their medications, they?ll have the freedom they deserve to live the life they want.

Dr. Colin Robinson, MD, MPH, Medical Director for Welbe Health will be the presenter of this valuable information. Dr. Robinson will address the latest guidance on coronavirus safety and how to manage risk while staying active and engaged, as well as answer any questions about the virus, symptoms, safety, and more. The webinar will also include a Q&A session to answer questions you may have about the virus and ways to keep safe.  

During this COVID-19 global pandemic, we have all received information from various news, government and community sources on how we can stay safe. While most were helpful, some information conflicted with others creating questions for many seniors. Masks or no masks? Three feet of space or six? Stay away from all groups or just those greater than 10?

The Medical Team at WelbeHealth wants to make sure that the seniors are informed and prepared. The webinar will educate seniors and caregivers with symptoms to watch out for as well as inform on how to reduce risk of exposure to coronavirus.

Older adults and people with underlying medical conditions are at particularly high risk during the COVID-19 pandemic, underscoring the need for aggressive action to protect PACE participants. According to the National PACE Association, the average PACE participant in the U.S. is 77 years old with 8 medical conditions, many of which are chronic conditions such as diabetes, dementia, coronary artery disease, and cerebrovascular disease.

WelbeHealth operates PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly), a comprehensive medical and social care model with a decades-long track record of improved quality of life, life expectancy and personal empowerment for frail seniors. Most PACE participants are able to live safely and independently in their own homes and communities rather than receive care in a nursing home. WelbeHealth operates PACE programs in San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties ? Stockton PACE; Pasadena ? Pacific PACE; Long Beach ? LA Coast PACE; and Fresno ? WelbeHealth Sequoia PACE. 

For further information email [email protected]

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