The City of West Hollywood, in collaboration with Partners in Care Foundation, West Hollywood Community Housing Corporation and Jewish Family Service – Los Angeles, has been awarded the Social Change and Diversity Award by the American Planning Association (AMA) California Chapter, Los Angeles Section. The award is for the City’s Aging in Place/Aging in Community five-year strategic plan, which aims to improve the quality of life and well-being of older adults living in West Hollywood. The plan is designed to help seniors maintain health and well-being, enabling them to remain ...
July 10, 2017Daylyn Presley
Partners in Care Foundation CEO, June Simmons was interviewed for this article in California Health Report on how promatoras can boost seniors’ health in a way that honors their culture.
July 7, 2017Daylyn Presley