LeadingAge California would like to congratulate the following Members accepted to the grant-funded iNSPIRE Project:
Artesia Christian Home (Artesia), Brandel Manor (Turlock), Carlsbad By The Sea Care Center (Carlsbad), Eskaton Care Center Fair Oaks (Fair Oaks), Eskaton Care Center Greenhaven (Sacramento), Eskaton Care Center Manzanita (Carmichael), Eskaton Village Carmichael Care Center (Carmichael), Hollenbeck Palms (Los Angeles), Laurel Creek Health Center at Paradise Valley Estates (Fairfield), Lincoln Glen Skilled Nursing (San Jose), Little Sisters of the Poor (San Pedro), Monte Vista Grove Homes (Pasadena), Mt. San Antonio Gardens (Pomona), Pilgrim Place Health Services Center (Claremont), Plymouth Village (Redlands), Regents Point – Windcrest (Irvine), St. Paul’s Towers (Oakland), The Redwoods (Mill Valley), The Forum at Rancho San Antonio (Cupertino), The Reutlinger Community (Danville), University Retirement Community (Davis), and Villa Gardens Health Center (Pasadena).
The Integrate fuN, Sustainable, Programming that is Innovative, Rewarding and Enriches (iNSPIRE) Project provides skilled nursing facilities with the iN2L engagement technology, which offers thousands of computer-based experiences aimed at improving quality of life, reducing psychotropic drug use, providing stress relief, and much more.
Funded through a CMP grant awarded by the California Department of Public Health