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CARDIAC CARE SERVICES - TFHD

TAHOE FOREST HOSPITAL DISTRICT #4662329


location_on A
  • 10121 Pine Avenue
    Truckee, Nevada

Tahoe Forest Health System's Cardiac/Pulmonary Rehabilitation program offers exercise for Cardiac Recovery, Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Seniors or anyone needing to work with nurses and exercise physiologists for an individualized, medically monitored exercise plan. These classes are appropriate for all fitness levels.

Tahoe Forest Heart to Heart - A Pritikin Intensive Cardiac Rehab Program
Are you recovering from a cardiac event?
Pritikin Intensive Cardiac Rehab is a Medicare-approved, comprehensive lifestyle program designed specifically for patients recovering from a cardiovascular disease-related event, such as a heart attack or surgery.
Tahoe Forest Heart to Heart can help on your path to recovery.
  • Improve your strength and quality of life
  • Learn skills that will help you commit to a new, healthier lifestyle
  • Work with a rehab team consisting of experts in exercise, nutrition, and stress management
  • Develop a plan to reduce heart disease through healthy cooking classes and nutrition works…
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ACHIEVE TAHOE

ACHIEVE TAHOE #65631260


location_on B
  • 2680 Alpine Meadows Road
    Alpine Meadows, Placer

The Achieve Tahoe Program Center is located at Alpine Meadows Resort in the North Lake Tahoe area of Northern California.

ADAPTIVE SKI AND SNOWBOARD INSTRUCTION FOR ALL ABILITIES
Achieve Tahoe is open daily for lessons from December 1st through April 28th (conditions permitting). They are a member school of the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA). Their PSIA-certified instructors and trained volunteers make skiing or snowboarding possible for anyone with physical, sensory, or intellectual disabilities.

ADAPTIVE SUMMER SPORTS: A variety of summer sports are available in the Tahoe and Sacramento areas, such as water skiing, paddle sports, and sailing.

MILITARY ADAPTIVE SPORTS CAMPS: Achieve Tahoe conducts a winter and summer sports camp for military service members disabled during active duty.

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INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER - FREED

FREED CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING #4662914


location_on C
  • 435 Sutton Way
    Grass Valley, Nevada

FREED Independent Living Center offers advocacy, information, referral, and assistance with aging and disability issues.

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MEDICAL CARE - CHAPA-DE

CHAPA-DE INDIAN HEALTH #67267152


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  • 1350 E Main St
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-887-2800

Chapa-De Indian Health offers excellent primary medical care for every member of your family (from newborns to seniors) at two centers (locations; Auburn, Grass Valley).

Some services include:
  • Well Child Checks with Immunizations
  • Complete Physical Examinations with Immunizations
  • Family Planning, Including Placement of Intrauterine Devices & Vasectomy
  • Testing and Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Well Woman Exams
  • Pregnancy Testing and Prenatal Care
  • Management of Chronic Illnesses
  • Counseling on Nutrition, Exercise, and Lifestyle
  • Screening Exams for Vision, Hearing, Tuberculosis, and Cancers
  • Confidential HIV Testing
  • Blood Tests
  • Electrocardiogram (EKG)
  • Minor Surgery
  • Treatment of Sprains or Simple Fractures

Specialty Services:
In the event that you require services not available at our healthcare centers, Chapa-De Indian Health will help coordinate care with a specialist. Chapa-De can refer you to any specialist in the region if they accept your health insurance plan and if the… [read more]
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES - DOR

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION #4660976


location_on E
  • 721 Capitol Mall Dr.
    Sacramento, Sacramento
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-823-4040

The California Department of Rehabilitation offers Vocational Rehabilitation services for Californians with disabilities and Student Services for students with disabilities.

You are eligible for DOR Vocational Rehabilitation services if you:
  • have a disability and want to work
  • are having trouble getting or keeping a job because of your disability
  • need services such as job placement, training, and/or other job preparation to help you get or keep a job, or advance in employment
To get DOR Student Services:
  • You must be a student (you need to be enrolled in school, but it's okay if you're on break or if school hasn't started yet).
  • You're between the ages of 16 and 21 (including 16 and 21).
  • At least one of these options is true:
    • You have a 504 Plan, or you’re eligible for one if you want one.
    • You have an IEP.
    • You have a disability.
    • Others think you have a disability.
DOR programs include:
  • Assistive Technology
  • Independent Living
  • Services for people who are blind
  • Servi…
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PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES - NCPHD

NEVADA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT #4661945


location_on F
  • 500 Crown Point Circle
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-265-7258

Nevada County Public Health Department provides education and information about communicable disease prevention and treatment, child development and parenting, lead poison prevention education, and childhood and adult immunization administration.

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HORSES FOR HEALING INC.

HORSES FOR HEALING INC. #65631297


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  • 1255 Monument Place
    Newcastle, Placer

Horses for Healing is a therapeutic riding center dedicated to enhancing the physical, mental and spiritual well-being of special needs individuals and their loved ones through involvement with horses.

Therapeutic riding provides the opportunity for people with special needs to use horses as their therapists.

Through this multi-sensory approach, the horse helps to heal the individual both physically and psychologically.

Come see how we are changing lives one ride at a time!

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THERAPEUTIC HORSEBACK RIDING - RTW

RIDE TO WALK #65631413


location_on H
  • Riding Facility 2460 Delmar Ave.
    Penryn, Placer
local_phone
  • Office
    916-791-2747

Ride To Walk (RTW) is a therapeutic horseback riding program founded by Dr. Kristine Corn in 1985.

Their mission is to enhance the lives of children and young adults with neurological disabilities by providing innovative therapeutic horseback riding activities that are recreational in nature and adapted to the individual's needs and disabilities.

Ride To Walk received non-profit status in 1988 and is certified by the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH). They serve children with disabilities such as autism, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, attention deficit disorder, head trauma and sensory processing challenges.

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A TOUCH OF UNDERSTANDING, INC.

A TOUCH OF UNDERSTANDING, INC. #65631197


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  • 5280 Stirling Street
    Granite Bay, Placer

A Touch of Understanding’s mission is to encourage acceptance and respect for all individuals. ATOU's educational programs are designed to increase understanding of differences, thereby minimizing discrimination, bullying, and social isolation suffered by children and adults who are perceived as different for any reason, but especially those with disabilities.

ATOU's in-school workshop provides a potent, life-changing opportunity for students to meet people with disabilities and to experience for themselves what it may be like to have a disability. The workshop is broken up into two parts.
  • Part 1: Speakers with disabilities talk about their life, their challenges, and how they achieve their goals. During the hour and a half session, students are encouraged to interact with these volunteers and ask questions.
  • Part 2: Students visit activity stations where they: use a wheelchair and white cane, learn to write their names in Braille, perform a task using a mirror to simulate a le…
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ALS ASSOCIATION

ALS ASSOCIATION #65631163


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  • 5701 Sunrise Boulevard
    Citrus Heights, Sacramento

The ALS Association leads the way in research, care services, public education, and public policy- giving help and hope to those facing Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.

The Chapter provides local comprehensive care services, from supporting Multidisciplinary Centers of Excellence, providing grants to patients and caregivers, local & national legislative work, to the funding of global research programs. A care services team provides:
  • Caregiver Support Services
  • Information, referrals
  • Support group meetings
  • In-home evaluations
  • Loaned speech communication devices
  • Loaned durable medical equipment to people with ALS and their caregivers
  • Patient/caregiver support groups
  • Other services related to ALS
See website for more information.