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99

of all senior clients had NO hospital readmission within 30 days of discharge—thanks to CASL’s dedicated and caring staff.

(Fiscal Year 2020-2021)

96

of In-Home Service clients had NO symptoms of depression; the rest received evidence-based program intervention.

(Fiscal Year 2020-2021)

99

of Adult Day Service clients had NO symptoms of depression; the rest received evidence-based program intervention.

(Fiscal Year 2020-2021)

We work with seniors, caregivers, and their families…

CASL enables seniors to achieve healthy living and aging in place through our person-centered, culturally competent, and integrated home and community-based services. Programs for seniors support the mental and physical health of aging adults in the community and encourage them to live healthy, happy, independent, and engaged lives. During the pandemic, CASL’s senior programs continued to function! Staff contacted seniors by phone and video chat every day, prepared and delivered meals every weekday, and provided the same in-home services with the utmost health consciousness and protection. As of Summer 2022, all senior programing is fully in person again!

Adult Day Service

Seniors participate in enrichment activities at a full-day community center to enhance their physical, mental, and social well-being. Safe transportation via CASL bus is provided along with nutritious meals. A licensed Social Worker and a Registered Nurse are on staff.

In-Home Service

Trained staff help seniors live independently in their own homes; cooking, cleaning, and providing companionship. This provides support for the entire family unit by allowing the children of seniors to work without concern.

Pine Tree Senior Council

Also known as Songnian Zhongxin, Pine Tree Senior Council is a self-driven social and civic engagement group that empowers seniors to remain active and engaged in the community through group activities, hobbies, and advocacy.

Mr. and Mrs. Chen’s Story

Mr. and Mrs. Chen were making a difficult life change by moving from their home and into senior housing. They did not have anyone else to help them. CASL In-Home Service staff stepped in to assist with moving out of their old home and into their new one—cleaning, packing boxes, and arranging transportation. Staff introduced the couple to other Chinese seniors living in their new building and showed them how to take a bus to Chinatown. Now, Mr. and Mrs. Chen are living happily thanks to CASL’s assistance.