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San Joaquin County

Resource Guide

Your parents cared for you as a child, teen, and maybe even a young adult. Now it’s your turn. Watching a parent age can be overwhelming, especially when you are responsible for medical and financial decisions. What you may not know is that San Joaquin County is full of resources to help you make the decisions that are right for your aging family members. Every situation is unique, and the services and support you need can be found in the pages of our useful directory. From independent living to skilled nursing facilities and hospice care, help is out there, and now you can find it when you need it most.

Resource Guide Index Caregiving & Services��������������������������������������������� page 6 Caregiving Home Health Care Hospice Care

End-of-Life Services�������������������������������������������������page 7 Cremation and Burial Estate Liquidations and Consignments Funeral Services

General Resources���������������������������������������������������page 7 Health and Safety Education Nutrition and Meals Senior Advocacy Groups Support Groups

Health Services & Care������������������������������������������� page 11 Clinics and Medical Facilities Chiropractors Dentists Health Services Hospitals Mental Health Optometrists/Ophthalmologists Pharmacies and Drug Stores Physical Therapists Physicians and Surgeons Volunteer Opportunities

Housing������������������������������������������������������������������� page 22 Assisted & Independent Living

Insurance/Legal������������������������������������������������������ page 24 Insurance Services and Providers Legal Assistance

Medical Equipment������������������������������������������������ page 25 Power Chairs and Furnishings Hearing Aids Medical Alarms Medical Care Equipment and Furniture Safety Wheelchairs and Scooters

Senior Centers�������������������������������������������������������� page 26 Transportation�������������������������������������������������������� page 26 Transport Services


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 caregiving & Services

Caregiving & Services Caregiving Adult Activity Center

3635 Calaveras Ave. Stockton (209) 468-2285

Adult Day Services Center

125 S. Hutchins St. Lodi (209) 369-4443

Austin Gardens

2150 W. Kettleman Ln. Lodi (209) 333-8033

Bethany Home Adult Day Care

1010 W. Second St. Ripon (209) 599-1593 www.bethanyripon.org

Catholic Charities

1106 N. El Dorado St. Stockton (209) 444-5900

Community Hospice (209) 578-6300 www.hospiceheart.org

Del Oro Caregiver

Resource Center (800) 635-0220

Family Caregiver Support Program

102 S. San Joaquin St. Stockton (209) 468-2202 (800) 510-2020

Golden Age Senior Day Care Services

920 N. Yosemite Ave. Stockton (209) 546-0715

Golden Haven

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Valley Gardens Healthcare

1517 Knickerbocker Dr. Stockton (209) 957-4539

Home Health Care Addus Healthcare

Apria Healthcare

Housecalls Home Health Care

Lodi Memorial Hospital Adult Day Care Services Center

Arcadia Healthcare 4561 Quail Lakes Dr. Stockton (209) 477-9480

1145 N. California St. Stockton (209) 468-8700

St. Joseph’s Home Health Care 509 W. Weber Ave. #200 Stockton (209) 473-6700 www.stjosephscares.org

St. Joseph’s Interfaith Caregiver Program 1800 N. California St. Stockton (209) 461-5112 www.stjosephscares.org

Homecare Consultants Unlimited

1180 Tony Stuitt Dr. Tracy (209) 832-7064

7514 Murray Dr. Stockton (209) 475-6860

Mental Health Services

www.homeinstead.com

1125 N. Hunter St. Stockton (209) 463-8091

2324 Lever Blvd. Stockton (209) 464-4743

125 Hutchins St. Lodi (209) 369-4443

Home Instead Senior Care 1151 W. Robinhood Drive Stockton (209) 933-9737

www.arcadiacare.com

Comfort Keepers 120 E. 12th St. Tracy (209) 832-1333 www.comfortkeepers.com

Dameron Hospital Home Health Care Service

525 W. Acacia St. Stockton (209) 461-3103

Home Health Care Service

525 W. Acacia St. Ste 14 Stockton (209) 461-3103

1050 N. Union St. Stockton (209) 754-9544

Interim Healthcare

5250 Claremont Ave. Ste 121 Stockton (209) 472-6040

Lodi Memorial Hospital

Lodi (209) 333-3131

Maxim Healthcare Services

1776 W. March Ln. Stockton (209) 477-2737 www.maxhealth.com

Pacific Homecare

Services 2027 Grand Canal Blvd. Stockton (209) 956-2532

Provident Care

(209) 578-1210 (800) 632-4663 www.providentcare.com

Realcare

1803 W. March Ln. Stockton (209) 478-9111

Remolona Family Guest Home

360 Button Ave. Manteca (209) 823-9122

St. Joseph’s Medical Center 1800 N. California St. Stockton (209) 943-2000 www.stjosephscares.org

Tracy Volunteer Caregivers

68 E. 11 St. Ste 117 Tracy (209) 835-2772

Tri Valley Home Health Care

ResCare HomeCare

37 W. Yokuts Ave. Ste C2 Stockton (209) 957-0708

www.rescarehomecare.com

211 East March Lane Suite H Stockton (209) 451-4065

5250 Claremont Ave. Suite 250 Stockton 473-1202/ 800-473-1202

Riverview Place

1291 Riverview Ave. Tracy (209) 836-9124

Senior’s Choice

1806 W. Kettleman Ln. Ste L Lodi (209) 369-7712

St. Joseph’s Home Health Care 509 W. Weber Ave. #200 Stockton (209) 473-6700 www.stjosephscares.org

Unity Home Care

US Healthworks of California

3663 Arch Rd. #400 Stockton (209) 943-2202

Visiting Angels 1545 St. Mark’s Plz #1B Stockton (209) 952-3585 www.jmhomecare.com

Hospice care Aseracare Hospice

2529 March Ln. Stockton (209) 474-8349

www.aseracare.com


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Community Hospice (209) 578-6300 www.hospiceheart.org

Hospice of San Joaquin

3888 Pacific Ave. Stockton (209) 957-3888 www.hospicesj.org

End-of-Life Services Cremation & Burial Cherokee Memorial Park and Funeral Home Hwy 99 & E. Harney Ln. Lodi (209) 944-9898 Stockton (209) 944-9898 Manteca (209) 239-0928 www.cherokeememorial.com

Neptune Society 1111 W. Robinhood Dr. Suite #B1 Stockton (209) 955-4090 www.neptune-society.com

Estate Liquidations & Consignments New & Again Consignment Furniture Gallery 210 S. School Street Lodi (209) 368-2200 www.newandagainonline.com

Funeral Services

Chapel of the Palms

303 S. California St. Stockton (209) 465-0265

Cherokee Memorial Park and Funeral Home Hwy 99 & E. Harney Ln. Lodi (209) 944-9898 Stockton (209) 944-9898 Manteca (209) 239-0928 www.cherokeememorial.com

Park View Mortuary

3661 E. French Camp Manteca (209) 982-1611

Rocha’s Mortuary

215 S. School St. Lodi (209) 368-5128

De Young Shoreline Funeral Chapel

Jesse E. Cooley Jr. Funeral Services

7676 Shoreline Dr. Stockton (209) 472-0335

DeYoung Memorial Chapel

SJ County Catholic Cemetery 719 E. Harding Wy. Stockton (209) 466-6202

640 N. California St. Stockton (209) 948-9750

601 N. California St. Stockton (209) 466-8075

Donahue Funeral Home

123 N. School St. Lodi (209) 368-2444

Frisbie Warren and Carroll Funeral Home 809 N. California St. Stockton (209) 464-4711 P.L. Fry & Son Funeral Service

290 N. Union Rd. Manteca (209) 239-1242

Funeral Consumers Alliance

PO Box 4832 (209) 465-2741

Hotchkiss Mortuary

inquiries@sjcemeteries.com

SJ County Catholic Cemetery

17871 S. Carrolton Rd. Escalon (209) 466-6202

SJ County Catholic Cemetery

1141 Scenic Dr. Modesto (209) 466-6202

Sutter Street Memorial Chapel

520 N. Sutter St. Stockton (209) 464-2214

Thompson Memorial Chapel 2118 E. Lafayette St. Stockton (209) 463-7236

General Resources

ABC Wallace Funeral Services

5 W. Highland Ave. Tracy (209) 835-4072

Bay Area Cremation

725 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi (209) 369-3564

105 S. Washington St. Lodi (209) 333-2649

Lodi Memorial Cemetery

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

445 N. American St. Stockton (209) 464-5329 2449 Station Dr. Stockton (209) 938-0669

Cano Funeral Home

2164 E. Charter Way Stockton (209) 467-1177

Casa Bonita Funeral Home 2164 E. Charter Way Stockton (209) 467-1177

Lodi Funeral Home

5750 E. Pine St. Lodi (209) 333-7171

Neptune Society 1111 W. Robinhood Dr. Suite #B1 Stockton (209) 955-4090 www.neptune-society.com

Alzheimer’s Aid Society

(877) 267-2323 For Deaf Callers Only (866) 266-1819 TTY

Community Center for the Blind

103 W. Flora St. Stockton (209) 466-3836

caregiving & Services – General Resources Discovery Shop/ American Cancer

Society 207 E. Alpine Stockton (209) 941-2737

Disabled American Veteran Charities of San Joaquin 2431 W. March Ln. Stockton (209) 955-1423

Family Caregiver Support Program

102 S. San Joaquin St. Stockton (209) 468-2202 (800) 510-2020

Habitat For Humanity ReStore

2050 E. Fremont St. Stockton (209) 465-5054 www.habitatsjc.org

Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program

(209) 334-9608 (800) 626-2200

Modesto Vet Center

1219 N. Carpenter Rd. Ste 12 Modesto (209) 569-0713

Older Adult Services

Sheriff Team Active Retired Seniors (Stars)

7000 Michael N. Canlis Blvd. French Camp (209) 468-4469

Social Security

1212 N. California St. Stockton (209) 468-3760

(800) 772-1213 For Deaf Callers Only (800) 325-0778 TTY

Parkinson Association of Northern California

United Way of San Joaquin County

900 Fulton Ave. Sacramento (916) 489-0226

401 E. Main St. Stockton (209) 469-6980

Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

Valley Gardens Healthcare

102 S. San Joaquin St. Stockton (209) 468-2208 (800) 510-2020

San Joaquin County Department of Aging 102 S. San Joaquin St. Stockton (209) 468-1104

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1517 Knickerbocker Dr. Stockton (209) 957-4539

Health & Safety Education SJ Safety Council

6004 N. El Dorado Street Stockton (209) 472-7233 www.californiasafety.org


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How to Select an Assisted Care Facility By Joe Talent

There are many things to consider when preparing to move into an assisted care facility. One important facet to consider is the living space and accommodations. These will vary greatly but are most important when deciding where to live. Some things to consider are listed below. Are there adequate community areas for resident use? One of the key components of moving into any multi-family community is the relationships you can build with your neighbors. The community areas will facilitate friendships. Is equipment (such as hobby supplies, easels, yarn, etc.) available and are the residents using the equipment? Whether you are continuing long time hobbies or want to develop new ones, you may want to know if the facility can accommodate your hobby. Are the resident rooms furnished or unfurnished? Regardless of how much furniture you now own, some of it is probably going to have to go into storage or be sold. Your new residence is likely to have a smaller living space than where you currently live. What is the policy about personal belongings? You may have to give up even your most prized possessions. What is the policy for overnight guests? If out of town family come to visit where are they going to stay? If your new residence has restrictions on overnight guests you may want to find a nearby hotel that will accommodate visiting friends and family. Are there guestrooms available? What are the guest fees? Is outdoor furniture available for residents and visitors? A smaller residence can restrict your young visitors. An outdoor living space can help relieve some of the small space stress of the grand kids

coming to visit. Is additional storage space available? Is there an extra fee? You are going to have personal belongings that you will just not have room for. Check on available storage areas for residents or find a low cost storage facility. Does the residence meet the rules for people with disabilities? Most assisted care facilities are going to have many accommodations for disabled residents. However, an older facility may not include some of the conveniences most new facilities will include. Can residents have automobiles? Many facilities provide transportation for residents and discourage self transportation or charge an additional fee for parking. Are there patios and courtyards available for resident use? The outdoor community living space is an important feature for residents who expect many visitors. Is there an area for resident gardening? If you enjoy growing flowers or a few of your own vegetables you will want to ask about a community garden area. Is exercise equipment available? You might not want a large selection of free weights, but to keep in shape and feeling good an exercise facility with a nice selection of easy to use equipment can be a feature that will keep you active and healthy. Does the residence provide security? An on-site security agent can provide a sense of comfort and feeling of a safer community. Are pets allowed to reside in the residence? If so, are there additional fees and or deposits? If you have a pet you will want to be sure and find a facility that allows pets. You are going to have plenty of changes just by moving into a new home. Giving up your friend for life can add more stress.

Asking some of the questions above can help you find an assisted care facility that is a great fit for your lifestyle and help make your

experience smooth and a move to look forward to. Copyright Š 2006 Publishers-Edge


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Nutrition & Meals Aging & Adult Services

102 S. San Joaquin St. Stockton (209) 468-2202 (800) 510-2020

Commodity Food Program

2736 Teepee Dr. Stockton (209) 468-8066 www.sjaging.org

Discovery Shop/ American Cancer

Society 207 E. Alpine Stockton (209) 941-2737

Doyle Gardens

625 E. Oak St. Stockton (209) 469-2562

Emergency Food Bank of Greater Stockton

7 W. Scotts Ave. Stockton (209) 467-7369

Arnold Rue Community Center

5758 Lorraine Ave. Stockton (209) 937-7380

Escalon Community Center

95320 Arthur Rd. Escalon (209) 838-3892

Garden Acres Community Center

607 Bird Ave. Stockton (209) 468-3984

Health For All

125 S. Washington Lodi (209) 367-1552

Gospel Center Rescue Mission

445 S. San Joaquin St. Stockton (209) 466-2138 www.gcrms.org

Haven of Peace

7070 Harlan Rd. French Camp (209) 982-0396

Kennedy Community Center

2800 S. D St. Stockton (209) 468-3986

Meals on Wheels for San Joaquin County

102 S. San Joaquin St. Stockton (209) 953-5500

Senior Advocacy Groups Adult Protective Services (APS)

102 S. San Joaquin St. Stockton (209) 468-2202 www.sjaging.com

Beth Haven

368 Wilma St. Ripon (209) 599-7670

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Council for the Spanish Speaking (El Concilio)

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

308 N. California St. Stockton (209) 644-2610

3601 Pacific Ave. Stockton (209) 946-7658

Golden Age Senior Daycare Services

Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

920 N. Yosemite Stockton (209) 546-0715

Home Health Care Agencies 224 S. Sutter St. Stockton (209) 468-1104

Information and Assistance Program 102 S. San Joaquin St. Stockton (800) 510-2020

Lodi Senior Citizens Commission 125 N. Hutchins St., Ste B Lodi (209) 369-6921 www.hutchinstreetsquare.com

Manteca Caps

102 S. San Joaquin St. Stockton (209) 468-2208

Victim Witness 222 Weber Ave. Stockton (209) 468-2500

Support Groups Alzheimer’s Aid Society 105 S. Washington St. Lodi (209) 333-2649

Alzheimer’s Support Group Lodi (209) 333-2649

Alzheimer’s Support Group

178 Austin Rd. Manteca (209) 239-7072 www.mantecacaps.org

Stockton (800) 540-3340

Manteca WorkNet

Tracy (209) 835-1500

302 Northgate Dr. Manteca (209) 825-1300 www.edd.ca.gov/eddhome.htm

Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP) 102 S. San Joaquin St. Stockton (209) 468-2202 www.sjaging.org

Norcal Center for Deafness 7602 Murray Dr., Ste 106 Stockton (209) 474-3088 www.norcalcenter.org

Office of Clients’ Rights Advocacy (OCRA) 702 N. Aurora St. Stockton (209) 955-3329 www.pai-ca.org

Alzheimer’s Support Group

American Cancer Society 207 E. Alpine Ave. Stockton (209) 941-2676 www.cancer.org

Community Center for the Blind 130 W. Flora St. Stockton (209) 466-3836 www.communitycenterfortheblind.org

Community Hospice (209) 578-6300 www.hospiceheart.org

Community Partnership

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Family Resource Network 5250 Claremont Ave., Ste 239 Stockton (209) 472-3674 www.frcn.org

Gospel Center Rescue Mission 445 S. San Joaquin St. Stockton (209) 466-2138 www.gcrms.org

Haven of Peace 7070 Harlan Rd. French Camp (209) 982-0396

Health For All 125 S. Washington Lodi (209) 367-1552

Hospice of San Joaquin 3888 Pacific Ave. Stockton (209) 957-3888 www.hospicesj.org

In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) 102 S. San Joaquin St. Stockton (209) 468-1104 Information Line www.sjaging.org

Lodi Senior Citizens Commission 125 S. Hutchins St., Ste B Lodi (209) 369-6921 www.hutchinstreetsquare.com

Manteca Caps 178 Austin Rd. Manteca (209) 239-7072 www.mantecacaps.org

Multiple Sclerosis Support Group First Congregation Church Stockton (209) 477-4067

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

11 S. San Joaquin St., Ste 501 Stockton (209) 466-3425

1212 N. California St. Stockton (209)468-3755

www.cpfsj.org

www.namicalifornia.org


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General Resources – Health Services & Care | 11 Parkinson Association of Northern California

900 Fulton Ave. Sacramento (916) 489-0226

S.J. County Behavioral Health Services Activity Center

3635 Calaveras Ave. Stockton (209) 468-3116

Senior Peer Counseling

Lodi (209) 369-6921

Senior Peer Counseling

South County (209) 825-2301

Senior Peer Counseling

Stockton (209) 953-3490

Somerford Place

3530 Deer Park Dr. Stockton (209) 951-6500 www.somerford.com

Stockton Shelter for the Homeless

411 S. Harrison St. Stockton (209) 465-3612

www.stocktonshelter.com

Stroke Support Society American Heart

Stockton (209) 477-2683

Stroke Support Society Lodi Memorial Hospital

Lodi (209) 333-3127

Stroke Support Society St. Joseph’s Hospital Stockton (209) 943-2000 United Cerebral Palsy

333 W. Benjamin Holt Dr. Ste 1 Stockton (209) 956-0290 www.ucpsj.org

Health Services & Care Clinics & Medical Facilities 5th Street Medical Clinic

1839 S. El Dorado St. Stockton (209) 466-2080

Community Hospice (209) 578-6300 www.hospiceheart.org

Da Vita Healthcare

545 E. Cleveland St. Stockton (209) 944-9055

Dialysis of Stockton

1801 W. March Ln. Stockton (209) 473-6890

Dameron Hospital 525 W. Acacia Stockton (209)944-5550 Doctors Hospital of Manteca 1205 E. North St. Manteca (209) 823-3111 www.doctorsmanteca.com

Edison Health Care Center

1425 S. Center St. Stockton (209) 547-3990

www.deltahealthcare.com

Health Care Clinical Labs

89 W. March Ln. #3 Stockton (209) 957-0534

Kaiser Permenente Medical Offices

7373 West Ln. Stockon (209) 476-2000

Lodi Memorial Hospital

1235 W. Vine St. Lodi (209) 339-7600 www.lodihealth.org

Lodi Pain Clinic

777 S. Ham Ln. Lodi (209) 339-0300

Meridian Medical Group

Manteca 330 Northgate Dr. Manteca (209) 624-5288

Recovery Hospital Therapy

3215 N. California St. Stockton (209) 464-6016

Renal Advantage

2350 N. California St. Stockton (209) 943-0854 www.renaladvantage.com

Renal Advantage

3115 W. March Ln. #A Stockton (209) 955-7527 www.renaladvantage.com

St Joseph’s Medical Center 1800 N. California St. Stockton (209) 943-2000 www.stjosephscares.org

Stockton Medical Clinic

1508 West Ln. Stockton (209) 948-2886

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation Stockton Medical Plaza

2405 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton (209) 957-7050

Tokay Dialysis Center 312 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi (209) 369-5418

Wandisan & Rosete Medical Group

4600 S. Tracy Blvd. Tracy (209) 836-4920

Women’s Laser Surgery Center

999 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi (209) 334-1800

Chiropractors Accident and Injury Recovery Clinic

2531 N. California Street Stockton (209) 464-7738 www.accidentinjuryrecoveryclinic.com


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Tips For Choosing a Funeral Home By Amanda Knoles

While most people feel compelled to shop around for other services, they choose a funeral home based primarily on location, family history, and personal recommendations. Overcome with grief from the death of a loved one, they may naively assume that those providing funeral services wouldn’t take advantage of them at such an emotional time. Planning a funeral involves many decisions that can be overwhelming. A traditional funeral including a casket and vault may cost $6000, while extras like flowers, printed notices, and limos can escalate the price to $10,000 or more. In 1984 the Federal Trade Commission enacted the Funeral Rule, which states that all funeral homes must provide a written price list itemizing their fees. Some funeral homes won’t provide it unless you specifically ask for it, or they may exclude some fees such as direct cremation or burial. Others bundle items like vaults or transportation in a way that makes consumers believe they are required. Your best course of action in choosing a funeral home is to request price lists by phone from several locations in your area and let the funeral directors know you are making comparisons. Narrow your list, and visit the locations you are seriously considering in person. Many people end up paying far more for a funeral than they can afford because they feel embarrassed to question prices while making funeral decisions for a loved one. It is a good idea to bring a close friend or business associate with you who can help you make decisions objectively. To help avoid the high cost of a

funeral many families are choosing cremation over traditional burial. If your loved one is being cremated, you may opt for an unfinished wood box or alternative container. If you are having a viewing before the cremation, you may also be able to rent a casket from a funeral home rather than purchasing one. One of the largest expenses in a funeral is the coffin. The average price is around $2,000, but some models can be as high as $12,000. Funeral directors are required to list prices for all coffins they sell but many don’t keep the more inexpensive models on display. If the caskets you are being shown are out of your price range, ask to see a brochure with more inexpensive models. You may also be able to buy a reduced cost casket from a third party dealer such as a funeral supply store. The funeral home is required by law to handle any coffin you choose without charging additional fees. Be cautious about agreeing to add-ons like protective steel vaults that can add $1,000 or more to the cost. Most people don’t realize that embalming isn’t always necessary. If you will be holding a public viewing, the funeral home may have an embalming requirement, but if the body will be cremated or buried immediately, it isn’t required. Make sure the funeral home you choose has been in business for many years and that it is large enough to accommodate your needs. It should be clean, well staffed, and provide adequate parking as well as comfortable areas for viewing and visitation. Trust your first impressions when you meet with the funeral director. Is he sympathetic, kind and knowledgeable? Is he someone you feel

you can trust to help honor your loved one and help you through a difficult time? Ask questions and listen carefully to options that are offered. Do all of his suggestions seem to be escalating the price? If you and your family are unsure of what type of service you would like, the funeral director should explain the various choices including a service at the funeral home chapel, a local church, or at the gravesite. Remember that when you arrange for a funeral you have the choice of buying a package that includes certain goods and services or selecting only the items you need. If the funeral home arranges for flowers, clergy, obituary notices, etc., ask if they charge cost for the items or if they add an additional service fee. In some cases you may get a better price if you make some

arrangements yourself. The funeral director should give you an itemized statement of the total cost for the services you choose. It will also list any legal, state, cemetery or crematory requirements regarding certain goods and services. You can decide at that time whether to add or subtract additional items. If the cost of some items like flowers is unknown, the provider must offer a good faith estimate. Most states have a licensing board regulating the funeral industry. You may also contact your local Better Business Bureau and Chamber of Commerce for a list of reputable funeral homes or for a list of those with registered complaints. Copyright © Publishers-Edge


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Dr. Dinh V. Le Professional Chiropractic 7743 West Ln. A-4 Stockton (209) 952-1883 www.stocktonpainreliefcenter.com

Dr. Eric M. Dah 1212 W. Robinhood Dr., Ste. 1F Stockton (209) 474-8215

Dr. David C. Cox D.C. 965 E. Yosemite Ave., Ste #9 Stockton (209) 239-2121 www.mantecafamilychiropractic.com

Premier Chiropractic 5380 West Lane, Ste. A Stockton (209) 477-7777 www.painfreedr.com

Dr. Robert Shapiro 1231 Monaco Ct. Stockton (209) 957-1035 www.shapirochiropractic.com

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Stewart Chiropractic

Caring Dental Center

www.bestyoucanfeel.com

8014 Lower Sacramento Rd. Stockton (209) 478-9999

400 E. Kettleman Lane Stockton (209) 368-0619

Dentists

Central Dental Care

Alton Franklin Family Dentistry

929 Central Ave. #D Tracy (209) 836-4521

Bradford Dickey DDS

1920 E. Grant Line Rd. Tracy (209) 836-5393

1208 W. Tokay St. Lodi (209) 334-4370

801 S. Ham Ln. Ste L Lodi (209) 334-0630

Bright Dental

541 S. Ham Ln. Ste C Lodi (209) 333-9888

Brookside Dental Care

3031 W. March Ln. Stockton (209) 952-8804

California Oral Surgery Center 6529 Inglewood Avenue   Stockton (209) 473-3788

Comfort Dental Care

Country Club Dental 2828 Country Club Blvd. #9 Stockton (209) 466-2828 www.countryclubdental.com

Daniel Dozier DDS 2509 W. March Ln. Stockton (209) 957-9000 www.dozierdds.com

Davis Denture Center 2627 Pacific Ave. Stockton (209) 462-9300


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Delgado Dental Group

Gary Sakai DDS

8 W. Swain Rd. Stockton (209) 474-8888

3031 W. March Ln. Stockton (209) 951-0673

Dental Care Plus

Gentle Dental Stockton

3254 N. Tracy Blvd. Tracy (209) 832-8883

Edward T Graham DDS

602 Lincoln Center Stockton (209) 477-4089

El Dorado Dental

1211 N. El Dorado St. Stockton (209) 462-2049

Eric B Wall DDS

6529 Inglewood Ave. Stockton (209) 473-3788

Family Dental Center of Manteca

1150 W. Center St. Manteca (209) 823-1705

Fremont Health Dental Group

2043 E. Fremont St. #1 Stockton (209) 463-2345

Gary J Silva DDS

1205 W. Vine St. #18 Lodi (209) 369-0294

555 W. Benjamin Holt Dr. Stockton (209) 473-7888 www.interdent.com

Henry C Zastrow DDS

700 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi (209) 333-2900

Innovation Dental Group

702 Porter Ave. Stockton (209) 478-9648

James Rore DDS 4255 Pacific Avenue #12 Stockton Lodi (209) 477-0222 Joseph H Gums DDS 301 S. Ham Ln. Ste B Lodi (209) 333-8537

Keith Kanegawa Pro Dental Group

600 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi (209) 369-3114

Dr. Lance Turner

816 W. Lodi Ave. Lodi (209) 369-2681 & 6529 Inglewood, Ste B-1 (209) 329-5073 www.lodi-dentist.com

Lathrop Dental Care

15136 S. Harlan Rd. C2 Lathrop (209) 234-6863

Lockeford Family Dental

18962 N. Highway 88 Lockeford (209) 727-9600

Lodi Dental Group

531 W. Kettleman Ln. Lodi (209) 366-1850

Luisa M. Bermudez DDS

221 Tuxedo Ct. Stockton (209) 466-0254

March Lane Dental Care

1502 St. Mark’s Plz. Stockton (209) 957-8776

Millenium Dental

436 W. Beverly Pl. Tracy (209) 835-6487

Mountain House Dental

561 Wicklund Way Crossing Tracy (209) 839-8755

Rick Castelanelli DDS

(800) W. Lodi Ave. Lodi (209) 334-0633

Smile Care Dental Group

5756 Pacific Ave. Stockton (209) 472-1765 www.smilecare.com

South Tracy Dental Care

797 S. Tracy Blvd. Tracy (209) 839-8594

Steve West DDS

3031 W. March Ln. Stockton (209) 472-2088

Tracy Center for Dentistry 2643 Naglee Rd. Tracy (209) 221-8838

Valley Oak Dental Group

1511 W. Yosemite Ave. Manteca (209) 824-7230

Venetian Square Family Dental

4555 N. Pershing Ave. Ste 8 Stockton (209) 474-0888

Health Services Bethany Home Nursing & Rehab

930 W. Main St. Ripon (209) 599-4221

www.bethanyripon.org

Sutter Tracy Healthy Connections Resource Center

35 E. 10th St. Ste A Tracy (209) 833-2420

www.suttertracy.org

Valley Gardens Healthcare

1517 Knickerbocker Dr. Stockton (209) 957-4539

Hospitals

Doctors Hospital of Manteca

1205 E. North St. Manteca (209) 823-3111

www.doctorsmanteca.com

Lodi Memorial Hospital

1115 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi (209) 339-7575

Lodi Memorial Hospital

1235 W. Vine St. Lodi (209) 339-7600

San Joaquin County Mental Health

1212 N. California St. Stockton (209) 468-8700 www.sjcbhs.org

San Joaquin General Hospital

Ambulatory Surgery Center

500 W. Hospital Rd. French Camp (209) 468-6000

www.ascstockton.com

St. Joseph’s Community Home 7400 Shoreline Dr. Ste 4 Stockton (209) 478-9547

2388 N. California St. Stockton (209) 944-9100

Crestwood Hospitals

7590 Shoreline Dr. Stockton (209) 478-5291

Dameron Hospital

525 W. Acacia St. Stockton (209) 944-5550

www.dameronhospital.com

St. Joseph’s Medical Center 1800 N. California St. Stockton (209) 943-2000 www.stjosephscares.org


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St. Joseph’s Medical Group 3132 W. March Ln. Stockton (209) 475-5500 St. Joseph’s Manteca 1341 Historical Plaza Way Manteca (209) 824-1893 Sutter Tracy

Community Hospital 1420 N. Tracy Blvd. Tracy (209) 835-1500

Mental Health San Joaquin County Mental Health

1212 N. California St. Stockton (209) 468-8700 www.sjcbhs.org

St. Joseph’s Behavioral Health Center

2510 N. California St. Stockton (209) 461-2000

www.StJosephsCanHelp.org

Optometrists/ Ophthalmologists Burke Optometry

441 S. Ham Lane, Ste B Lodi (209) 224-5454 Burkeoptometry.com

Central Valley Eye Medical

36 W. Yokuts Ave. #1 Stockton (209) 477-5578

Delta Eye Medical Group

1617 St. Mark’s Plz. Ste D Stockton (209) 478-1797

Hand Opthamology

1801 W. March Ln. #C350 Stockton (209) 474-2121

Harder Optometry

1079 Eucalyptus Manteca (209) 823-8329

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Zeiter Eye & Clinic 1801 E. March Ln. # C350 Stockton (209) 951-1178 255 E. Weber Ave. Stockton (209) 466-5566 421 S. Ham Ln. Lodi (209) 466-5566 36 W. 10th St. Tracy (209) 834-0700 1630 W. Yosemite Manteca (209) 239-3880

Pharmacies And Drug Stores Abala Pharmacy

1421 N. Tracy Blvd. Tracy (209) 832-7080

Alpha Pharmacy

707 E. March Ln. Ste 13 Stockton (209) 477-1796


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An Pharmacy

CVS Pharmacy

4545 Georgetown Plz. #E25 Stockton (209) 473-7474

1000 W. Kettleman Ln. Lodi (209) 368-2722

Angkor Pharmacy

1201 W. Main St. Ripon (209) 599-6090

Bluepoint Pharmacy

4713 Quail Lakes Dr. Stockton (209) 952-3341

Calmont Pharmacy

1885 W. 11th St. Tracy (209) 836-2300

4555 N. Pershing Ave. Stockton (209) 473-4706 7743 West Ln. Ste B3 Stockton (209) 952-7000 2800 N. California St. Ste 9 Stockton (209) 943-7676

Carepoint Pharmacy

73 W. March Ln. Ste D Stockton (209) 957-2295

Charter Way Pharmacy

201 W. Charter Way Stockton (209) 466-2223

CVS Pharmacy

CVS Pharmacy

CVS Pharmacy

Dameron Pharmacy

420 W. Acacia St. Ste 4 Stockton (209) 466-2954

Doug’s El Dorado Drug Store

2005 E. Mariposa Rd. Stockton (209) 464-7722

East Main Medical Pharmacy

2524 E. Main St. #B Stockton (209) 463-1191

Fifth Street Pharmacy

1839 S. El Dorado St. Stockton (209) 466-2439

Forty-Nine Drug Co

937 N. Yosemite St. Stockton (209) 465-2671

Fremont Center Pharmacy

2525 E. Fremont St. Stockton (209) 948-0546

Happell’s Pharmacy

1530 Waterloo Rd. Stockton (209) 466-2522 www.happells.com

March Lane Medical Pharmacy

89 W. March Ln. #2 Stockton (209) 870-2760


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Caring for Your Aging Parents When We Become Our Parent’s Parents By Kimberly Ripley

It’s become a national phenomenon. A much higher number of people these days are caring for their aging parents than this country has seen in several decades. Many of these families are still caring for dependent children at the same time. That particular concept is referred to as “sandwiching.” Welcome to the sandwich generation! A very delicate matter comes into play when we find ourselves in this precarious situation. It changes our entire family dynamic when we become our parent’s parents. Certainly we still respect the boundaries of parenthood when we care for our aging parents. We don’t insinuate that we are now the “Mom” or “Dad,” and we continue to call them by their respectful names. However, when all is said and done, and responsibility and safety issues become a priority we in fact wind up being the parental forces. Help! Help is imperative and help is available. Those parenting their parents should repeat these two facts like mantras. There is a lot of emotional baggage that comes with this job even for those who had seemingly idyllic childhoods. Check with your local center for aging or senior citizens center. Most communities have programs where your parent or parents can enjoy a day out. This occurs in a supervised setting with trained personnel. There are dinners, luncheons, programs and day trips. Many of these are free of charge. Those that require payment are typically nominal. Most folks attending these programs must qualify. The terms are usually simple. They must be of a certain age and/or disabled. There’s nothing wrong with asking for help. Caring for your parents can become a trying situation. You

need and deserve a break every now and then. Unfortunately, aging parents don’t always agree with this philosophy. “After all, we took care of you,” they sometimes say. And yes, this is very true. But didn’t Mom and Dad have the occasional vacation, Friday night date or dinner out? You need and deserve the same for your own well being as well as that of the relationship with your parents. If local community services aren’t available, considering hiring someone to come in and “baby sit” every now and then. Depending on the overall health condition and demeanor of your parent or parents, older teens, housewives or young seniors might be well suited to this job.   Boundaries Boundaries need to be carefully and tactfully laid in these types of situations. Parents (yours) don’t always relinquish the role of being parents, and sometimes might try to step on your very own toes. Yes, some grandparents like to point out their children’s parenting flaws and this can be especially trying in sandwich generation families. No one needs to have their parenting skills critiqued by an aging parent. It’s time for them to gracefully pass the torch and allow you to parent your own kids especially under your own roof. Lay down firm but kind rules regarding who has the right to discipline your children. Ask your mother or father to tactfully point out things that bother them, rather than complaining or whining and promise that you’ll do the same for them. Respect that this life change is enormous for them. Ask them to respect that it is quite a large change for you and your family as well. If your housing situation allows it, it is best to provide a private sitting

area and bedroom for your parent or parents. This allows him or her to entertain guests, while enjoying a respectable amount of privacy. It also allows you and your family some much needed time to regroup and breathe deeply! Some families declare a certain hour as “private time,” when Grandma or Grandpa go off to work on a crossword puzzle, while the rest of the family has a group chat or schedule planning session.   Laugh! A sense of humor can make the difference between night and day when taking care of aging parents. There are going to be days when you have all you can do to regain small bits of your composure. There will be extra laundry. There may be dietary restrictions and perhaps even finicky eaters. The best rule of thumb is to think back to when your children were small. For those without children, try recalling a neighborhood toddler you once cared for. Put yourself in the place of your aging parent, and you may very well find yourself in the place of a very small child. Be kind. Be patient. And by all means laugh about these situations! A laugh in the midst of a stressful moment or careless mishap might be just the medicine to remedy the situation. Laughter relieves stress.

It is said to help us live longer. It will be an additional lifeline while caring for your aging parents.   Cry It’s perfectly okay to cry at those those moments that become overwhelming. It is sad to watch your once agile and athletic father confined to a walker or wheelchair. It’s heart wrenching when your own mother no longer knows your name. Share your thoughts with your family, especially your spouse. Check with local senior citizen agencies about support groups for people just like you. This is becoming more and more common and so many people share these same feelings. Finding out you’re not the only one in this situation is healing. The very best advice I ever heard or accepted with regard to caring for aging parents (or not-so-aging parents for that matter!) is this: Honor thy father and mother. Regardless of the hand life has dealt you; if you find yourself in this place in life, make the best of it. Get help. Talk to others who understand. Regardless of the present burden this lifestyle bears, there is one burden you will never experience after caring for your own parents and that is the burden of regret. Copyright © Publishers-Edge


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Med-America

3526 Manthey Rd. #H Stockton (209) 475-1020

Neighbor Care Pharmacy

927 Industrial Way Lodi (209) 333-4900

www.neighborcare.com

Parkwoods Drug

1782 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton (209) 475-1008

Pharmacy Care Concepts

Silva’s Pharmacy

2333 N. California St. Stockton (209) 462-2145

Smart Foods Pharmacy

St. Joseph’s Outpatient Pharmacy 1800 N. California St. Stockton (209) 461-3358

4502 N. Pershing Ave. Ste A Stockton (209) 478-9869

www.StJosephsCares.org

Stockton Pharmacy

Harold K. Reich’s Pharmacy & Medical

Target

Rx Express Pharmacy

711 E. Market St. Stockton (209) 462-1465

Target

16858 Golden Valley Pkwy. Lathrop (209) 242-5041

3330 E. Main St. Stockton (209) 466-0411

www.reichsmedical.com

2355 W. Kettleman Ln. Lodi (209) 369-9371

4725 Quail Lakes Dr. Stockton (209) 952-3599

7720 Lorraine St. Stockton (209) 957-8787

33 W. 10th St. Tracy (209) 834-1383

Target

10424 Trinity Parkway Stockton (209) 235-0252

Target

4707 Pacific Ave. Stockton (209) 954-9178

Van Pharmacy

Walgreens

75 N. Ham Ln. Lodi (209) 369-0798 www.walgreens.com

Walgreens

1071 N. Main St. Manteca (209) 825-5477 www.walgreens.com

Walgreens

15 W. Harding Way Stockton (209) 941-2964 www.walgreens.com


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Walgreens

678 N. Wilson Way Stockton (209) 467-1852 www.walgreens.com

Walgreens

1830 W. 11th St. Tracy (209) 832-1495 www.walgreens.com

Walgreens

7850 West Ln. Stockton (209) 473-9515 www.walgreens.com

Walgreens

29 E. March Ln. Stockton (209) 478-0891 www.walgreens.com

Walmart

3223 E. Hammer Ln. Stockton (209) 473-8951

Walmart

2350 W. Kettleman Ln. Lodi (209) 368-6696

Walmart

1205 South Main St. Manteca (209) 824-2000

Walmart

10355 Trinity Parkway Stockton (209) 235-0558

Walmart

3010 W. Grantline Rd. Tracy (209) 836-5786

Waterfront Pharmacy

123 S. Commerce St. Stockton (209) 463-7777

Weston Ranch Pharmacy 3526 Manthey Rd. Stockton (209) 234-1020 Woodbridge Pharmacy

2401 W. Turner Rd. Lodi (209) 365-9200

Physical Therapists

Physicians & Surgeons

Delta Physical Therapy

Allergy Immunology & Asthma

6735 Herndon Pl. Ste A Stockton (209) 952-0470

www.deltaphysicaltherapy.com

Lodi Physical Therapy

631 S. Ham Ln. Lodi (209) 368-7433 www.lodipt.com

Novacare Physical Rehabilitation

1973 N. Tracy Blvd. Tracy (209) 833-9490

Manteca Physical Therapy

1041 N. Main St. Manteca (209) 239-4325

Sutter Tracy Community Hospital

1420 N. Tracy Blvd. Tracy (209) 835-1500

4628 Georgetown Pl. Stockton (209) 951-5353

Alpine Orthopedic Medical Group

333 E. Alpine Ave. Stockton (209) 948-3333

www.alpineorthopaedic.com

California Vein & Vascular

2216 N. California St. Ste C Stockton (209) 462-8346

Community Medical Center

1721 E. Hammer Ln. Stockton (209) 751-5200

Doctors Hospital of Manteca 1205 E. North St. Manteca (800) 470-7229 www.doctorsmanteca.com

Gould Medical Group

9421 Thornton Rd. Stockton (209) 952-1455

Hugh Vu MD

1617 St. Mark’s Plaza Stockton (209) 476-7074

Lodi Plaza Head & Neck

999 S. Fairmont Ave. Ste 215 Lodi (209) 333-8510

Pacific Complementary Medicine

645 W. Harding Way Ste 15 Stockton (209) 464-4800 www.wuway.com

Pacific Heart Association

1801 W. March Ln. Stockton (209) 464-3615

www.pacificheartandvascular.com

Stockton Cardiology Medical

415 E. Harding Way Ste D Stockton (209) 944-5750

Stockton Diagnostic Imaging

1262 E. North St. Manteca (209) 823-7646

Manteca Medical Group

2800 N. California St. Ste 4 Stockton (209) 466-2738

Modern Nuerocare Medical Center

Stockton Orthopedic Medical

1801 W. March Ln. #B-220 Stockton (209) 951-8830

1901 N. California St. Stockton (209) 948-1641


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St. Joseph’s Medical Center 1800 N. California St. Stockton (209) 943-2000 www.stjosephscares.org

Stockton Urgent Care Medical 1148 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton (209) 952-9696 Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Urgent Care Stockton Urgent Care Medical 1148 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton (209) 952-9696 Sutter Gould Medical Foundation Urgent Care

2545 W. Hammer Lane Stockton (209) 954-4040 www.suttergould.org

Stockton Medical Plaza 2545 W. Hammer Lane Stockton (209) 957-7050

Volunteer Opportunities

Tate Diagnostic

Community Hospice (209) 578-6300

312 Lincoln Center Stockton (209) 952-9300

Valley MRI Center

546 E. Pine St. Stockton (209) 467-1000

www.valleymri.com

Valley Sleep Disorder Center

www.hospiceheart.org

Housing ASSISTED & INDEPENDENT LIVING Arbor Place

1805 N. California St. Ste 206 Stockton (209) 466-8011

115 Louie Ave. Lodi (209) 333-3338

West Lane Medical Clinic

102 S. San Joaquin St. Stockton (800) 510-2020

4873 West Ln. Ste A Stockton (209) 472-1515

Assisted Living Facilities

Atria Bayside Landing 3318 Brookside Road Stockton (209) 473-1300

Bethany Home Beth Haven Assisted & Memory Care

368 W. Wilma Ave. Ripon (209) 599-7970 www.bethanyripon.org

Bianchi Manor Country

4951 Eight Mile Rd. Stockton (209) 334-1151

www.seniorcarehousing.com/find/ bianchimanor

Camlu Retirement Apartments

6037 N. Pershing Ave. Stockton (209) 951-2030

Chancellor Place

2220 W. Kettleman Lane Lodi (209) 367-8870

Commons at Union Ranch 2241 N. Union Rd. Manteca (209) 463-9100 (209) 463-9101 fax www.commonsatunionranch.com

Commons on Thornton 10711 Thornton Rd. Stockton (209) 476-1500 (209) 476-1551 fax www.commonsonthornton.com

Commons at Dallas Ranch 4751 Dallas Ranch Rd. Antioch (925) 754-7772 www.commonsatdallasranch.com

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Commons at Elk Grove 9564 Sabrina Ln. Elk Grove (916) 683-6833 www.commonsatelkgrove.com

Dale Commons 3900 Dale Rd. Modesto (209) 526-2053 www.dalecommons.com

Courtyard at Venetian Terrace

5020 Virtue Arc Dr. Stockton (209) 951-1545 www.seniorsatvt.com

Delta Plaza Senior Apartments

702 N. San Joaquin St. Stockton (209) 464-9212

Emeritus at Austin Gardens

2150 W. Kettleman Lane Lodi (209) 333-8033

Fulton Villa

517 E. Fulton St. Stockton (209) 466-2116

O’Connor Woods 3400 Wagner Heights Rd. Stockton (209) 956-3400

Hammer Lane Village 210 East Iris Avenue   Stockton (209) 951-7327

1319 N. Madison St. Stockton (209) 466-4341

Golden Living Centers

1221 Rosemarie Ln. Stockton (209) 477-2664

www.goldenlivingcenters.com

Plymouth Square

Prestige Senior Living

at Manteca 1130 Empire Rd. Manteca (209) 239-4531

2740 N. California St. Stockton (209) 477-0271

Golden Living Centers

Rio Las Palmas 877 E. March Ln. Stockton (209) 957-4711

www.goldenlivingcenters.com

www.riolaspalmasretirement.com

Merrill Gardens at Carson Oaks

Somerford Place

6725 Inglewood Ave. Stockton (209) 957-6257

3530 Deep Park Dr. Stockton (209) 951-6500 www.somerford.com


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Sunny Place

807 W. Swain Rd. Stockton (209) 956-8677

Active Life Medical 4217 Coronado Avenue   Stockton (209) 943-2118

The Vintage 2145 W. Kettleman Lane Lodi (209) 642-8007

1330 W. Robinhood Dr. Ste A Stockton (209) 473-8981

The Vintage at Laguna II 9204 Big Horn Blvd Elk Grove (916) 724-3906 Wine Country Care Center 321 W. Turner Road Lodi (209-334-3760

Insurance/Legal Insurance services and providers AAA Insurance

222 N. El Dorado St. Stockton (209) 462-5075

Insurance Service

Bankers Life & Casualty Company

2291 W. March Ln. Ste B215 Stockton (209) 478-2171

James Craig Northwest Mutual

1806 W. Kettleman Ln. Lodi (209) 334-9578

Blue Cross & Blue Shield

1751 W. Euclid Ave. Stockton (209) 957-8206

California State Auto Association

2715 E. Kettleman Ln. #201 Lodi (209) 334-9671

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California State Auto Association

Golden Bear Insurance Company

Mid Central Valley Insurance

145 Trevino Ave. Manteca (209) 239-1252

709 N. Center St. Ste 2a Stockton (209) 948-8191

PO Box 490 Lodi (209) 334-4242

Capital Express Insurance

Hull & Co California-Inc

Milton Insurance

829 Rosemarie Ln. Ste H Stockton (209) 473-0836

Conference Claimants Endowment

37 W. Yokuts Ave. Ste A3 Stockton (209) 472-7288

Gaddy Ward & Co

66 E. Walnut St. Lodi (209) 333-1136

Gary J Vochatzer Insurance Service

6507 Pacific Ave. PO Box 332 Stockton (209) 951-4993

2389 W. March Ln. #200 Stockton (209) 474-9100

1330 W. Robinhood Dr. Stockton (209) 475-1247

Interplan Corp

New York Life

2575 Grand Canal Blvd. Ste 200 Stockton (209) 473-1102

3255 W. March Ln. Ste 300 Stockton (209) 955-2400

Larry Benson Insurance

Richard R. Paulsen Insurance

445 W. 11th St. #B Tracy (209) 229-1096

2800 W. March Ln. Ste 324 Stockton (209) 956-2800

State Farm Insurance

2401 W. Turner Rd Lodi (209) 365-0988

State Farm Insurance

1509 W. Yosemite Ave. #A2 Manteca (209) 823-7880

State Farm Insurance

9 S. El Dorado St. Stockton (209) 461-0170

State Farm Insurance

229 E. 11th St. Tracy (209) 832-0532

Truex Insurance

1350 W. Robinhood Dr. Stockton (209) 957-9433

7337 Pacific Ave. Stockton (209) 954-1000

Sanguinetti & Co

2291 W. March Ln. Ste A100 Stockton (209) 478-5023

Merin Insurance

Sol Insurance Service

2021 W. March Ln. #300 Stockton (209) 957-6800

Maffei Insurance & Financial

1222 Monaco Ct. Ste 4 Stockton (209) 957-4675

3740 West Ln. Stockton (209) 941-2600

USI Northern California


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Ward & Assoc Insurance

5250 Claremont Ave., #134 Stockton (209) 472-6099

Legal Assistance Beattie & Agharzarian Law Firm 3031 W. March Ln # 211W Stockton (209) 222-3686 Legal Support Service

315 W. Pine St. Lodi (209) 365-6670

San Joaquin County Bar Lawyer Referral Service

(209) 948-4620

Medical Equipment Power Chairs & Furnishings Daniger Furniture 4 W. Lodi Ave. Lodi (209) 368-0107 www.danigerfurniture.com

Hearing Aids American Hearing Aids 880 W. Benjamin Holt Dr. Lincoln Center South Stockton (209) 952-9950 www.americanhearingaids.biz

Hearing and Speech Service

35 E. 10th St. #E2 Tracy (209) 836-1124

Hearing Conservation Association

10952 S. Airport Way Manteca (209) 982-1776

Hearing Services Center

1101 W. Tokay St. #4 Lodi (209) 368-9222

www.hearingservicescenter.net

McDonald Hearing Aid 363 S. Lower Sacramento Rd Lodi (209) 363-1382 Miracle Ear

Better Hearing Center

306 E. Main St. Stockton (209) 464-3757

www.betterhearingcenter.com

3350 Naglee Rd. Tracy (209) 839-9730

1231 W. Robinhood Dr. Ste A2 Stockton (209) 957-1744

Miracle Ear

www.miracle-ear.com


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Posey’s Hearing Aid Center

1545 St. Marks Plaza #6 Stockton (209) 477-9181

Posey’s Hearing Aid Center of Lodi 714 W. Lodi Ave. Lodi (209) 333-0338 www.Poseyshearingaid.com

Sears Hearing Aid Centers

Weberstown Mall 5110 Pacific Ave. Stockton (209) 474-9195

Sears Hearing Aid Centers

West Valley Mall 3550 S. Naglee Rd. Tracy (209) 527-7739

Stockton Hearing & Speech Center

4623 Quail Lakes Dr. Stockton (209) 951-6491 www.stocktonhearingandspeechcenter.com

Sutter Hearing Aid Center

2633 Pacific Ave. #2 Stockton (209) 466-2443

UOP Hearing & Balance Center

3601 Pacific Ave. Stockton (209) 946-7378

Wesson Hearing Aid Center

1079 Eucalyptus Manteca (209) 823-2107

Medical Alarms ADT Medical Alert

(877) 238-4255

Apexcare

1803 W. March Ln. Stockton (209) 478-9111

Lifeline St. Joseph’s 1800 N. California St. Stockton (209) 467-6468

2414 W. Kettleman Ln, Ste. 210 Lodi (209) 367-5805

Peace of Mind Products

Re-Bath

2414 W. Kettleman Lane Ste. 210 Lodi (209) 367-5805

Medical Care Equipment & Furniture American Med

2216 N. California St. Stockton (209) 938-0833

Apria Healthcare

7514 Murray Dr. Stockton (209) 475-6860

Daniger Furniture 4 W. Lodi Avenue Lodi (209) 368-0107 www.danigerfurniture.com

Ehler’s Health Supply

656 Rose Marie Ln. Stockton (209) 467-7744

Home Oxygen Company

(209) 523-0202

Lodi Memorial Hospital

1115 S. Fairmont St. Lodi (209) 339-7610

New & Again Consignment Furniture Gallery 210 S. School Street Lodi (209) 368-2200 Scrubs

1083 E. March Ln. Stockton (209) 477-8000

Safety Miracle Method

5750 Roseville Rd. #2 Sacramento (916) 332-3575

Peace of Mind Products

3333 Delaware Ave. Stockton (209) 466-8150

Wheelchairs & Scooters DCA Scooters

508 E. Lodi Ave. #A Lodi (209) 333-0707

Kerry’s Medical

3223 E. Hammer Ln. Stockton (209) 951-3300 www.kerrysmedical.com

Mobility Plus

(209) 466-3466 www.mobility2go.com

National Seating & Mobility

2474 Wigwam Dr., Ste E Stockton (209) 546-1799

Wheelchair Center

3137 Tomahawk Dr. Stockton (209) 467-1173

www.wheelchaircenter.com

Senior Centers Lathrop Senior Center

15707 5th St. Lathrop (209) 941-7380

www.lathropgov.org

LOEL Center and Gardens

105 S. Washington St Lodi (209) 369-1591

Hutchins Street Square Senior Center

125 Hutchins St., Ste B Lodi (209) 369-6921

www.hutchinstreetsquare.com

Manteca Senior Center

295 Cherry Ln. Manteca (209) 825-2301

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Boggs Tract Community Center

533 S. Los Angeles Ave. Stockton (209) 468-3978 www.sjaging.org

Northeast Community Center

2885 E. Harding Way Stockton (209) 468-3918

Oak Park Senior Citizens Center

730 E. Fulton Stockton (209) 937-7749

Stribley Center

1760 E. Sonora St. Stockton (209) 937-7351 www.stocktongov.com/parks/ centers/community.cfm

Taft Community Center 389 W. Downing Ave. Stockton (209) 468-4168

Van Buskirk Center

735 Houston Ave. Stockton (209) 937-7358

Lolly Hansen Senior Center

375 E. 9th St. Tracy (209) 831-4230 www.ci.tracy-ca.us

West Lane Bingo

1442 Paloma Ave. Stockton (209) 607-6978

Transportation Transport Services AC Transport

3151 Stefano Stockton (209) 547-1215

Beth Haven

368 Wilma St. Ripon (209) 599-7670 www.bethanyripon.org

Escalon Dial-A-Ride and Route 96

1854 Main St. Escalon (209) 541-6645 www.sj-smart.com

Greyhound Bus

121 S. Center St. Stockton (209) 466-4604

www.greyhound.com

Kumar’s Transport

1395 Kimiyo St. Stockton (209) 234-0377

Lodi Dial-A-Ride

221 W. Pine St. Lodi (209) 334-5634


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Manteca Transit Dial-A-Ride Service

192 Button Ave. Manteca (209) 239-9236

www.ci.manteca.ca.us/ mantecatransit/

Rainbow Transportation

10203 River Park Dr. Stockton (209) 649-5620

Raj’s Transport

639 Rileyfort Ln. Stockton (209) 983-1681

SJRTD

421 E. Weber Ave. (209) 948-5566

Vantage Transports

121 Bernice Ave. Stockton (209) 475-0708

Vince’s Transportation Stockton (209) 473-0803

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San Joaquin County Elder Care Guide Aug 2012  

The 2012 Elder Care Guide from The Stockton Record

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