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with edgewood center for children and families to provide family caregiver support, kinship program, during a period of july 1, 2018, to june 30, 2021, in a $171,417, plus 10% conticy totamou not to exceed $188,558. dates and the amounts have been modified. so, with those two changes, may i have a motion to approve the agenda? >> so moved. >> second? >> second. >> thank you. all in favor? >> ay >> opposed? thank you. item 3, approval of the may 2, tion totinminu s. >> so moved. >> do i have a second? >> second. >> thank you. any comments or questions? any comments or questions from the public? hearing none, call the question all in favor, aye. any opposed? thank you, the motion carries.
item is the director's report. >> good morning, commissioners. so, i'll just start by saying maybe you did not know but we had an election yesterday. and so while we, the results are not in for everything, just want to say one of the things we worked on last week as a department was doing a continuity work plan for the new mayor. the request from the office was to talk about two things we are doing in the next 30 days, the nextix months, and the next year. and so i just wanted to give you just a very general idea of what we, what i sent over to the mayor's office. the first wasking abou enhancements to the public conservatorship process, i mentioned before to you, but certainly wre worng with other departments to try to streamline the process to make dire that people wholy hat we have.e to access the
also, we have been working very closely w senator wiener's officeisbill, senate bill 1045, which would expand the powers of the conservator to serve a broader population. the second thing is that we have been working on world elder awareness day, outreach, we want to do, expanded outreach in the city about elder abuse and i'll talk more about i minute. but that's what sent also to them. and the six months, we talked about theramg aging san francisco, which you know about already. that's a couple of things that we are going to be doing around really broadening outreach to san francisco, the vision i think is to make sur that we can all age well in san francisco and that everybody understands what that means. and the next thing isimizgagind.
we are partnering with ucsf aging collaborative for best practices in dementia care. the front line workers, adult protective services workers have uc and incorporate dtiarom screenings. both doing this viaobile application andhen they find somebody who might need further follow-up they can follow that up. [please stby]>> lisa,eb
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it's really been helpful to have you two step up. buth i'm goio talk about all of you., thsmmtee, employeeed group focussed on employees fromield fety, workace violence and disaster issues, to make a few. ntatwin from all programs, volunteers meet monthly and work on is to work on communication. employees coirhe meetings, create theirown agen and action items, regular prese at the daasmeetgs. stafferestnd a variety of safety addressing training and safety issues from theirespecteprograms, and creating documents like the field safety tips and reference guide for building a work-related saf issue. during the april 2018 daas quarterly leadership meeting, they share the current floor
ans, fire extinguishers on easily referenced document. the daas safety committee is an example of the exceptional staff at daas who not only care about serving our clients but also utca our work environment and are willing t and nd responsiti promote safety and awareness. this committee wasormed after foer effory management and supervisors and our innovations team really working togethe to aress safety concerns and i really just am grateful to you for ghis now for what's been two years, and for sticking with it and also for the managers here, who really support the staff to take the obviously that means ings t ans coming out of their regular jobs to do that. so, thank you all, and you are all employees of the month for june. [applause]
that meeting a that longime senior member dr.ce spear regned. senior senator for c.s.l. for our area and hdfter f y serce to city and county san francisco and to daas. e tak in place, one ofdates the persons will be taking dr. spear's will be, this is, her name i-- mrs. hammond, warren and allegra will be the person taking dr. spear's place. also at the meeting dr. edelman
gave her report, and that's lgbt summit, summit held on, tomorrow, from 8:30 to at the milton mark conference er, a it's open to everyone. mrs. lawrenc diane lawrence a attended the senior rally on may 8, and hopefully she will give that. i was not there at the meeting, i was out, excuse me for kind of stumbling over sof stuff. >> you leon for steg in. >> president serina: comments or questiear hg none mo on. joegislative committee report, diane lawrce. >> good morning, comminers and director. ow that i' beenalledn o to s sdiscusior rally day, it - tre were about 600
seniors fromstatewide, s bernardino county was t largest reesented. they had gotten on bses late the night before and traveled to sacramento. there were speakers from the legislature, from both ,hoes pervisor wiener, exc , state senie did believe, assemblymanphl tang. those who spoke, spoke about their commitment to atio a seniors in california, and because they bzed that so many that impact seniors and thei programs and funding gothrough so many varied coees,hey put togeth work group, if you will, from both houses, and from a number t ose stamline the process.ca were actually handed a template of all of the agencies that touched seniorssues and
itookan like periodic t for those of you who took chemistry. and a little more colorful and, but -- and then there were some workshops on sombers met with legislators to advocate for rtain bills. some met with, i went to a workshop on kind of process and that was very, helpful. so, it was -- it wa a worth while day. it was beautiful, and of course in may you have lots of school chen traipsing the halls and so it was, it was just a nice event, and a lot of energy. then the following week we met in, as usual, with ouro legislative co again, we did not have a quorum, we were waiting approvals. discussed 23 of the 3 we are
following, and going to highlight about seven of tho and then havou theail in t eight newls were a to eth because we ar wng d the legislative session, it will end at the end of this month, and will be the end of that two-year session, so a whole brand-new bunch of legislation to begin looking at early next year. we are at that point where things are moving in and out of committees rapidly, whe there's a lot of federal wording changes, you know, striking lang and ading language. but there were, as i , seven i would like to point out. one is ab23, 24 by assemblyman rubio, and on elder or dependent adult abuse, and it requires mandated reports and expands the definiion of disorderly conduct to include looking throa hole or opening in the wall, concealed camera or concealed
secretecoramer and the bill would require mantory repog, it's a major change there. er o is on ab2877 by mathis, and this is on vehicular pollion,nd a t was for rural s. help them get toet efficie vehicles with gas efficiency to reduce pollution in rural areas. some, som dol added this time mits, the one in the bill in s $25,000. senator wiener's conservatorship bill, sb1045, narrowed the fo of the bill to two pilot programs, sunset in january 1st of 2024, the counties of los angeles and the county of san francisco. so we'll continue to watch that
one. ab2025 creates, we talked about it before, it's now called elders, and's -- rs liviit dignitpathy, respect and support. it names aajor change and it will create a bond fund so there will be a bond on the 2020 balloto create a $200 million bond found for ab2021 by accosta, and added a pilot program for senior volunteers to encourage senior r cagiver resource center, and that would create a pilot program, obviously, require reporting to sunset in 2024, before it moves forward. and then in assemblyman irw bill, ab2019, greatest social
need to include cultural or social isolation caused by sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. and then lastly, senate bill 821 by jackson, it d es the, come out of the santa we h rosa firesnd then the hurranes where we saw some challenges in other jurisdictions over getting seniors out of residential care facilities. and as i say, defines emergency plan just for the purposes of emergency seic. so, i'm sure, in the july report, a lot more changes given where we are in the legislative cycle and then i august tracking what's past and what's at the governor's desk. >>haane. one question, the adjustments or amendments that senator wiener
made to theonservorill to it to los angeles county, does that improve the cha f passage? >> i'm not sure if it does or not. since it iswed narro d and help refine someone in the department may have better insight. it probably does, yeah. >> thank you. >>wo t quick questions. if you had more information, my understanding that two additionalcesie of legistion om senator wien also cently passed, one bng extending drug prices to prevent price gouging for consumers, and twobeing priding full dental coverage for low income people with developmental disabilities. i don't have a lot of background in foatwondering if you did. >> i will put those as action items in report next month. >> commissioner pappas: thank you, mr. chair and director, i expressed to diane an interest
to sit on this committee in addition to my work on the nominating committee, if that has -- ifskith you >>resideina:eryes, that would be great. any comments or questions from the public? thank you very much, diane. as usual, very thorough. >> thank you. >> presidserina long-term care coordinating council report. >> good morning, commissioners and guests. my name is jaycee coen, long-term care coordinating council, which i am a member to share highlights from our may 201 meeting. when i'm not at council efstra gic partnerships at the arc san francisco, adults 18
years and older. chair of the nominations committe work group of the long-term care coordinating council. thisork group is chargith w recruiting into long-term care coordinating members, interviewing candidates, and increasing the diversity of the long-terreoordating col membhith dignity sun coalit april 26th mayoral town hall was a huge success. with 980 of the 990 seats filled at the theater and 440 individuals watg live stream. it was the largest mayoral event to date. long-term care coordinating council member mark burns, on april 23rd, led a team at the scan foundation advocacy day at thepitol, collaborati with the 23 regionaltions,
collaborative for lo-term supports. general conversation in support heatady request listed as the top policy ask for the collaboration, followed by support for the more specific asks around mssp, mui-purpose senior services program, the pace program, programs of all-inclusive care for the elderl, and the need to tablesh ihssmo maintenance of effort, balanced an fair to counties that provided them with incentive to continue support quality and choice in the program. members of the long-term care coordinating council steering and finance committees have held three energetic strategic planning and development meetings, with the fourth scheduled tomorrow to refe the long-term care coordinating council strategic framework, and set the tone for our work plan
for next year. this is all in preparation for the june 14th long-term care codinating council reeat. the joint committee drafted a revised long-term care coordinating council, mission, emeon and core values and principles for further discussion and review at the da focus f eting.as well as between january and march, a series of three presentations to e council on employment and work force challenges of older adults and people with disabilities. to help the m dss and identify policy recommendations to put forward te long-term care coordinating council. the council drafted the following work force policy recommendations. on work force, the san francisco long-term care system to be successful and meeting its vision, the long-term care coordinating council support
long-term cak force policies, which develop an sustain and appropriately skilled work force of sufficient capacity to meet the needs of the long-term care population. on employment or san francisco older adults and people with disabilities, to thrive in their homes and communities, there must be sufficient employment opportunity for all those who wish to participate. therefore, the long-term care coordinating council support employment policies which help create and build employment equity for older adults and people with disabilities. on may 9 supervisor ye hosted a hearing about the gaps in employment and red services for olderdults and adults with disabilities. the hearing included much public commt, both frustrations and positives. a number of suggestions, including a small group to look at loca state and federal
lel policies andograms, and idenestnd look at disability and capability together. thank yo thor opportunity to presnt today. rt very comprehensive report. any comments oestionfrom e mmission? any comments or questions from the public? e reem. rt. >> good morning, commissioners. director. catholch ities, i'm here to present the case report today. we'll keep it short andswt, weave very busy agenda. just to let you know, our members are extremely busy, continuing the visits the board of supervis abo the case platform ask where we see hegesteeds in the community for additional funding, and we added one ask to our platform that we had already given, and thatll to look at adult day health care and they are pioning and
asking the state to increase the fees for medical reimbursement, they have not gotten an increase in over ten years, and we are hoping you will do that as well. on 14, we did have a meeting and the , about compassion and choices with reverend bob drake, and that's to do with the california end of life options act. and right aer our meeting, ifave news, the act is now been overturned, and so the board and the members of looking at is there any advocacy we want to do around that adding additional options and choices for clients who are really at the end of life stage, and so we'll see what we do with that going forward. we do have a meeting on monday, june 11th, from 3 to 5. our meetings are currently held at stepping stone presentation adult day health care, at 301 ellis street. and this month we are having a
presentation on justicend a ughlaw.fighting senior poverty and we are having the executive a presentation anderingille do continuing education units, something we have been able to do recently and are very fortunate he kaitlynorgan helping us with that. t my presentation. is there questions? >> thank you very much, patty. he t compassionate c i thk just a superior court judge in southern california that has ruled against it, but i don't think there's been any final court decision that completely overturns the ac >> that's something we are looking at. i've heard a couple different utit, wen ang to follow it as a board and mbers and see where it go and w we want to do, if it does actuallyet fully overturned. >> thank you, maybe you can let us know next month. >> president serina: comments or questions? anything from the public? thank you, hearing none, item 5,
general public comment. opportunity for the public to comment onms not on the agenda. is the any public comment? seeing none, moving on to item 6, old business. any old business? none, moving on, new business. item a, requesting authorization to enter into a new contract agreement with rtz associates, inc., for the provision of access, development and support 2018 through june 30, et care d 2020, in the amount of $2,192,312, plus a 10% contingency, not to exceed $2,411,543. welcome, thank you. >> good morning, commissioners. executive director. i'm presenting on the rtz
contract that incorporates scopes of work for daas and department of public health. i can speak to general questions and daas specific areas and of the contract, i will defer specific questions to our counterparts. since 2003 for contract efficiency and having had the majority of the scope of work with rtz, dph has overseen the contract on daas behalf, as dph is moving to a new system, daas is taking on the oversight of the contract and will cenu thereafter. provided by rtz are integral f our daas benefits and resource, also known as the integrated intake unit. office on aging contracts and
the long-term care contracts. centralizing and, information and allowing for data sharing between the partners, in a manner that's consistent with our privacy laws. these databases also allows us to workfficent shenly with our contract torques as well as to track data for reporti requirements and for planning. this concludes my re i ct, entertain questions. >> president serina: any comments or questions? commissioner loo. >> vice president loo: i'm just okinlo at thet page, the item three. the information system. the first, the last page of the whe the budget is. apix you got it? >> item three? >> vice president loo: yes, item thr. >> there are two budget, one for
da b, and tn b1 is dph. defer it to kelly. >> vice president loo: my question here is in 2018-19, 34,000 and then 1920 is48,000, is a jump of 43%. st ai'm juing the question. >> good morning, mm i'm the director of san francisco health with the department of public health. hope sf is a start-up project, so they are doing the program design what's happening in this and then in next, it's inbe plemted, so input ata to b tracked. hat t sys will ere is such a actually be in use. >> vice president loo: thank you. >> president serina: any other comments or questions? >> one brief question. thank you as always, carrie.
the contract talks aout data analysis and also the ability to inform and support potential new projects. so, ias just curious, is this the type ofa analysis that could augment any gaps during the community needs assessment? >> talking about item 2c in appendix b? >> in general with the contract. >> well, it has the potential to do that. but it's really more about the databases, all of them, there are diffe prortams involved and some data is to inform the needs assessment and the planning that our department does. we>>o use the data for that. we also use other datasets that we have throughout the agency, so, yes, of course we want to know who we are serving and what
the demographics look like and will pull data from there. >> thank you, any other comments or quesons? any comments or questions from the public? hearing none, call the question all in favor? any opposed? thank you, the motion carries. item b. ter into a newnt aeemento with family caregiverllia ae for the provision ofilyam caregiver support programming during the period of july 1, 2018, through june 30, 2019, in the amount of $674,696, plus a 10% contingency, amount nod to exceed $742,165, welcome monte cimino. >> good morning. this morninge seek your approval for familyar alliance, family caregiver support services. family caregiver alliance
provides services to caregivers rancco incoordination with three subcontractors. together they provide services to a wide range of c in english, jae,s korean, chinese and spanish. services include outreach, information and referral, individual counseling, caregiver support groups, training and respite care. thank you, happy to answer any questions you may have. >> president serina: thank you, any comments or questions? from the public? hearing none, call the question. all in favor? any opposed? thank you, the motion carries. item c. the first part, introduction and ovviw forge items c-h, daas office on aging, funded
naturalization programs. this is an information only item. thank you, paulo. my n is paulo salta. the next agenda items are comprises the naturalization program and i would like to take this opportunity to give you a brief introduction and i will answer any questions relating to the grants on those items presented. naturalization is a process which which u.s citizenship is granted to qualified lawful permanent residents. this program is solely for green card holders or lprs, and elometurazed. becoming a u.s. citizen provides new benefits -- oh. becoming u.s. citizens, becoming a u.s. citizen provides benefits, new benefits, privileges, rights and responsibilities, include an increase in financial security, freedom to travel, access the government, and most
importantly, the right to vote. the following grantees will provide services to aid older adults and adults with disabilities on their path to citizenship. classes available for students to learn basic u.s. history and government, and the same time, improving their english proficiency to successfully pass a test. grantees will have one-on-one assistance, counseling, representation, as it relates to citizenship or natl issues. grantees will have attorneys on staff. this program also deters exploitation by l.p.r.s, having successful organizations in the community. thank you, and this concludes my introduction. >> president serina: thank you. a motion to approve so we can then discuss, i should have been doing that. >> so moved. >> president serina: thank you. any comments or questions? mmpappas.>> cmissioner pappas: being done in concert with the
pathways to citizenship program? >> right. yes. >> commissioner pappas: specific engagement? >> through the office of th program is more hands on, it's targeting the population, adults with disability, we offer classes. workshop, 5 to 6 workshops a a year, and all through, in -- and the help to fill out the application. >> president serinhank tyou. any other comments or questions of a general nature? c, motion to approve, requesting orizatn to enter, to renew the grant agreement with centro latino de san francisco, during the period july 1, 2018, through june 30, 2019, $115,503, and not
to exceed 127,053. a motion to approve for discussion? >> so moved. >> thank you. centro latino has been providing naturalization services for s. program educator and coordinator for years, and instruction and method is down to a science. it will be e.s.l. classes and one-on-one assistance, and preparation and submission, mock u.s., c.i.s. interviews and the united states citizenship immigration services, and if needed,scort services to the u.s.c.i.s. office for spanish speaking l.p.r.s with approved language waiver. i seek your approval on this grant renewal.>>han tyou. a motion to discuss?
>> so moved. >> a question, f all six contcts, notice that outreach was not explicitly bucketed as part of the contract. ch plan for the services, and i'll preface that with the question it's unbelievably important, so very glad to se the contracts are before us. are we to assume the general, e i'm sure they already do robust outreach and coordination with the constituency they serve. >> andlso a the pathway to citizenship program. a lot of workehin trying to recruit as many ple a possible and i have attended, and attended a lot of the classes andf them is a class at 9:00 in the morning, there's people standing on the pelehat te takingge of the resource. thank you. >> president serina: thank you. any other comments or questions? >> i just had one.
only because it's something i'm working on in conjunction with all of is. are there concerns about 2020 census involved with these contracts as well, because this is online, a lot of data collection. is there ah t get into the programs as a result of that, or -- >> right. i think there's definitely going to be numbers, for example, about 51,000 individuals in san francisco that are eligible to becomenaturazed. and i think the work is going to continue, the census might skew that number a bit, but we still will know that there's still green card holders out there that are able, and i think through advocacy and outreach, trying to make sure that the benefit to becoming a citizen is kind of not put out there. help a lot. >> president serina: thank you. any other comments or questions from the commission? any comments or questions from the public? call the question on item c, all
in favor? any opposed? motion carries. item d. requesting authorization to renew the grant agreement with international institute for the bay area for the provision of naturalization services for older adults and adults with disabilities, july 1, 2018, through june 30, 19, $185,198, plus 10% contingency, grant amount eoteed $203,717, once again, paulo salta will present. >> so moved. >> president serina: thank you. >> thank you. international institute of the bay area or iiba mission, to provide high quality immigration legal services, education, and civic engagement opportunities to immigrants and refugees to
contribute to the property. providing citizenship/esl taasses, one-o and legal services. gal serces may include representing applicants who submit the application, and providing advice about the strengths of the potential naturalization applicants, the medical waiver form, exempts them from the english and civics test. classes are cone 201 church street, affordable housing in tenderloin and 1111 market. i seek your approval on this grant removal. >> president s thaerina:k you, comments or questions? comments oestionfrom the public? all in favor? opposed? thank you, the motion carries. item e. requesting authorization to renew the grant agreement with jewish family and children's services for the provision of naturalization services for older adults and adults with
disabilities, during the period of july 1, 2018, through june 30, 2019, in the amount of $81,225, plus 10% contingency for a total grant amount not to exceed $89,347. michael zaugg welcome. >> good mo executive di ior me zaugg, director on office of the aging. jewish family and children's servi fnatulizati provides legal services between 30 and 31 avenue. also provide citizenship, esl classes, at their post street location in thefillmore area. inhouse language includes russian, as well as some languages depending on volunteers, right now they have a spanish-speaking volunteer who is helping with some translation
services. things for consideration, i'll be hap anyo questions. >> president serina: thank you, michael. siy comments or questions from the public? hearing none, call the question. all in favor? opposed? f.ank you, the motion carries. ting authorization to renew the grant agreement with la raza centro legal inc. for the provisionf naturalization services for older adults and adults with disabilities during the period of1, 2018, to june 30, 2019, $43,519, and 10% contingency, not to exceed $47,870. once again, michaenk you. >> hello, again. >> president serina: discussion? >> so moved. >> naturalization program is based out of their office in the mission district on valencia.
providing legal services related to the naturalization process. questions from the ou, rnepacie commission? any comments or questions from the public? hearing none, call the question. all in favor? any opposed? thank you, the motion carries. item g. >> requesting authorization to renew the grant agreement with o a k nihonmachi legal outreach, during the period of july 1, 2018, through june 2019 in e $147,. plus a 10% contingency for total grant amount not to exceed $162,439, michael, again, may i
have a motion for discussion? ael.o moved.sidentyouinmi a.p.i. legal outreach based in the south market igt mission, between 7 and 8 there, providing legal services naturaon services. and a contract for vam elderly association, that may be changing. sort of up in the air right now. we are working with them to see how that's going to play out next year, in the event that they are not able to continue as a subcontractor, we are working to find a sufficient replacement to meet that, the southeast asian population in particular. >> thank you >> language ca.p.i. is extensive. cantserean, japanese, vietnamese, spanish, among
others. >> president serina: comments or questions from the commission? commissioner o. >> v onepr que-n se time when you have subcontract with another agency and when the amount like a little bit high, like one-third or half or 1-fifth percent, i'm wondering whether we can have a copy of the service they provide byhe >>k. that's something we can -- is there -- >> vice prest loo not bcontracts.ut this one, but >> for the subcontract, what percentage are you thinking, or how long? >> please state your name. >>sudodola, director of contracts for h.s.a. >> vice president loo: i would say subcontract like one-third of the budget or whatever, then, reasonable to ask for a copy o
the service they provide. whao >> i think it's a good idea. we can do that. >> president serina: thayou. ok. anyther comments or questions from thecommission? comments or questions from the public? thank you. li taal.ome to m>> good morning i want to share with you the work happening on our front. we have been around for 43 years, we do naturalization. we are involved with a lot of immiio ,ec san francisco county in the greater bay area. i want to share with you that many of the naturalization cases that we are confronted with have been much more complex now with the heightened attac on immigration in san francisco as a sanctuary , specifically many our l.p.r. seniors are sometimes confused when
immigration says we are going to deport you and they don't know the laws, so then there is a rush to try to get for a loolks who did not do that before, are now doing that. a lot of other services like the san francisco o.c.a., the office of civi engagement, all the collaborative effort is to better serve the san francis y.co i want to share with you why it's so complicated, so, government has greater access to petitioners and record electronically, and more scrutiny on the clients, on the background, more time for attorneys to potentially address the issues, because of , haveto doe ed information act, research and background. there are a lot more increase in refusing or denying disability waiver for our adults, elder, and rsequire more detail. the failure to more complex case, with ore s ple cases areea,
but complex are really hard when you are having seniors afraid, trying to track the record, means a lot more work and if you do it wrong, it means deportation. so, we can't have that here. so i wanted to share with you e breadth and the fro line and we also work with a members ofural collaborative to better strengthen san francisco's representation to the seniors. thank you. >> president serina: thank you. any other comments or questions from the public? >> iust j want to thank you for raising those points because as we approach the census, because the data is beg taken online, every concern you mentioned is being lifted up there, and we thosere g toingerwar to fy, but thank you fora those points. >> president serina: thank you. any other comments or questions from the public? hearing none, call the question. all in favor? any opposed? thank you, the motion carries. item g.
i'm sorry, we just did. item h. requesting authorization to renew the grant agreement self help for the elderly for the provision of naturalization services for older adults and adults withdisabilities, the period of july 1, 2018, to june 30, 2019, in the amount of $170,017, plus 10% contingency rant amount not to exceed $187,018. welcome back, paulo. may i have a motion? >> so moved. >> president serina: thank you, paulo. >> thank you. self help for the elderly naturalization program, cins esl classith the islandser program. one-on-one assistance is also available, and preparation and submissi mock intervi and assessment on whether t l.p.r. is eligible for the disability or language waiver. services are offered in six san francisco locations, which include the portsmouth square in
chinatown, and a lutheran church at 2400 noriga. >> president seri any comments or qnsiorom the commission? the public? hearing that, tnk you, the motionarries. item i. requesting authorization to enter into a new grant agreement with felton institute for the provision of the daas befits and resource hub community lie asons, $176,436, 10% contingency, not to exceed $194,080. rihanna.
> good morning, mmsioners. and executive director. my name is rihanna albert, analyst with the offic on the aging. felton institute will place community liaisons the goal emp yment opportunities for seniors and younger adults living with a lity the daas benefits and resource hub is a service center that caters to san francisco residents aged 60 or older or between 18 and 59, living with a disability. at the benefits andesource b,hendividuals canss and connect to daas services, such as county veteran services din-home supportive rvices. the community liaisons who are placedthe benefits and resource hub will be responsible for greeting, engaging, and providing direction to new and incoming clients. they may also act as computer lab monitors, assist with daas outreach acesti by employing seniors and younger
adults living with a disability, the program selects the community it serves. creates a more familiar, comfortable and emp environment. ly, iould lik t recent program monitoring done at felton institute was in full compliance. may i answer any questions? >> thank you, any quson or comments? hearing none, comments or questions from the public. motion carries. item j. t agrent wh o a the e for the provision of emergency ter home care for seniors, personal care, chore and homemaker services during the period of july 1, 2018, to june 30, 2019, in the amount of $107,261, plus a 10% ctingency
centlyisch d fe it yet enrin d ihss other consumersay m need very short-term services after the hospitalor whileer caregiver is in the hospital or otherwisevailab. the self-help for the elderly staff respond toeferrals in two days to conduct the intake process so we can get services started very quickly. elf-help for theasld thfak english and cantonese and a large pull in the organization to translate other languages as well, self-help offers a broad suite of other services so each consumer can get the resources they need and referred to organizations ce the pmra is aredrom601 ckson st servis are between 8 and 5 monday through ay. met with self-help staff to conduct a contract monitoring
tont discuss? sod.lpr. >>hank you. chael >> hello agai commissioners.a c tractor the development and maintenance of a website that the staff of mm that ctract with daas and housing and support homelessness will utilize in oder track their time. on the daas side, within our contracted agencies, community services and our case management contract agencies ad rticipng instudy. ayear, may,august, november, -- within the time study system they are breaking down their time spent each day to six differentcategories. the one that is the most relevant here is time spent on health-related activities, this is things like providing he-r inrmati