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    • 31 OCT 12
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    Oxnard Family Circle: 10 Year Anniversary

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    In July of 2002, Oxnard Family Circle Adult Day Health Care Center officially opened its doors to the public. Our company’s goal has always been to create a place for seniors to receive quality care during the day while their caregivers are away.

    With an increase in participants over the years, in April 2008 our company added an additional 2400 square feet to support a larger physical therapy area.

    Initially there were only two participants with dementia at Oxnard Family Circle, but as the years passed our staff became aware that more participants were enrolling at Oxnard Family Circle with dementia. Memory Care became a stronger focus and a separate unit designed specifically for Alzheimer’s and dementia participants was implemented. This separate Memory Care Unit provides unique care to individuals with dementia that no other location in Ventura County can provide.

    Our pride in providing high quality senior care can be supported even more at our new location in Oxnard, which is now closer to the 101 freeway for easier access to our participants. Our new facility is much more spacious than our old building with large, open rooms to provide ample space for the participants who spend their days at Oxnard Family Circle. Designated exercise, activity, and showering areas are provided to ensure that all your loved one’s needs are met on a daily basis. Our new and larger facility allows more room for fun activities such as guest singers and speakers, and Zumba fitness dancing for participants. Oxnard Family Circle has made it a priority to provide the best senior care center for your loved ones over the last 10 years, and we hope to exceed all caregivers’ and participants’ expectations for many years to come.

    Oxnard Family Circle employees outside of the new facility

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  • Posted by Jezzer on November 23, 2012, 7:29 pm

    I helped move my mom from a one boedorm independent apartment in a residential care facility to a studio apartment. Mom is running out of money and I quickly. No one really anticipated this. The good news is that she has remained independent longer than we thought. (Mom has Parkinsons and a long term care policy that will kick in when she needs assisted living.) The bad news is that she will probably run out of money before she needs the care. I am exhausted and living in a fog. My sister is helping her unpack and settle in this weekend. She flew in from CA leaving her husband and two young girls who start school on Monday. I don’t think she will get everything done with mom because mom will have to get rid of at least 50% more stuff to really make the small space work. I dread dealing with the left overs when she leaves. Mom has Parkinsons and needs more and more help. I thought I was in the thick of things 8 years ago when she was diagnosed and she moved from her condo. Now I realize that it is really just being for me. The last years of a move, multiple falls, emergency room visits, managing multiple medications well that is seeming easy now. I am not looking forward to the next stage. I am not looking forward to aging myself.

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    • Posted by molly on November 30, 2012, 7:43 pm
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      Hi Jezzer,

      Thank you for sharing your story. My heart goes out to you and your sister for working so hard to help your mother. I know that this is probably creating unbelievable amounts of stress for you as Parkinson’s can be extremely debilitating, even if your mom is still independent. Moving is a giant task even without these additional factors.

      I am sorry that this is causing you to have such a negative view on aging. I know that these experiences for you. . the stress of moving, the concern and fear that comes with Mom’s falls and emergency visits – they may have become easy but don’t let this take over your life. Obviously you love your mother and want to reach out to her and help her – that is a wonderful thing. It is wonderful that you and your sister help her and I’m sure that she appreciates it. In the midst of everything, don’t forget to give yourself personal time distinctly FOR YOURSELF – allow yourself a little break when you need it, even if it’s just for fifteen minutes, to just rest your mind and breathe. Don’t let yourself forget what you enjoy and love and keep that with you in all your years throughout aging.

      I know I may sound cliche or overly-optimistic for you. But I genuinely believe that you are doing a good thing here – so don’t let yourself forget that, give yourself credit, and don’t take your years for granted. When you age, be proud of your successes. I wish you and your family all the best.

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