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Sequoia Hospital grants aimed at senior services

 

Sequoia Hospital has awarded $110,000 in grants to a collaborative of eight organizations that provide services to help older adults recuperate at home after a hospital stay.

Among the grants were those to Peninsula Volunteers and Catholic Charities CYO. The Peninsula Volunteers Meals on Wheels program provides home-delivered meals every weekday for at least four weeks.

Catholic Charities, together with Peninsula Volunteers, provides those living with dementia a 10-day introduction to an adult day program at Rosener House in Menlo Park or San Carlos Adult Day Center.

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