At a recent presentation I attended by Patty Gurney, Community Advocate for Nevada’s Aging and Disability Services Division, part of the Department of Health and Human Services, I was pleasantly surprised to hear about the wealth of services available to seniors in our community.
Patty explained the program they call No Wrong Door. Their mission is similar to that of the Foundation Assisting Seniors, in that their aim is to keep people healthy and in their homes for as
Senior housing is finally getting the attention it deserves through a unique partnership between medicine, construction, and academia. University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Architecture is collaborating with the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health to design residences that accommodate the needs of seniors. Those who benefit from their work to date include residents of Las Ventanas Senior Living Community in Summerlin.
Led by Dak Kopec, Associate Professor, Master of Healthcare Interior Design, and Attila Lawrence, Professor, Interior
We call seniors on a daily basis to check on their safety and welfare. Here’s how to sign up.
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We lend durable medical equipment and offer medication reminder programs and appointment transportation for seniors.
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