Napa, CA - Queen of the Valley Medical Center is celebrating its 25th Anniversary as a Lifeline Personal Response Service provider. Since 1982, Queen of the Valley has helped thousands of seniors throughout the Napa community, live confidently and independently in their own homes.
By simply pressing the Personal Help Button worn around the neck or wrist, an elder has immediate access to help 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. A professional monitor accesses the caller’s needs and responds appropriately whether its calling a friend, loved one or emergency services. Lifeline serves over 430 people in Napa County.
Damon Tinnon, Manager of Volunteer Services & Lifeline says, "We strive each and every day to help as many seniors as we can live safely at home. We firmly believe that Lifeline positively enhances the lives of seniors throughout the community. It allows elders to maintain their independence and dignity. And it assures family members and caregivers that mom or dad will get the help they need when they need it."
On Monday, November 5th, Queen of the Valley will host a 25th Anniversary Lifeline celebration in their main conference room from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. Free ice cream sundaes will be served. Seniors that attend the celebration and sign up for Lifeline will receive FREE installation, as well as the first month free.
For more information about the Lifeline service call Queen of the Valley Medical Center at (707) 257-4130.