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Solutions For Care is committed to preserving the independence and dignity of all older adults and those living with disabilities, being their advocate, and working to find the best available resources that lead to greater self-sufficiency and a higher quality of life.

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Flu & People 65 Years and Older

People 65 years and older are at higher risk of developing serious flu complications. This increased risk is due in part to changes in immune defenses with increasing age. While flu seasons vary in severity, during most seasons, people 65 years and older bear the greatest burden of severe flu disease. The best way to protect against the flu and its potentially serious complications is with a flu vaccine.  Flu vaccines are updated each season because flu viruses are constantly changing. Also, immunity wanes over time. Annual vaccination helps to ensure the best possible protection against the flu. Click the helpful links below if you are interested in getting your flu shot. 

 

Vaccines.gov

Illinois Department of Public Health 

 

 

COVID-19 and In-Home Vaccines

COVID-19 is a continuing public health emergency, and age is complicating factor for COVID-19. We just want to remind all of our partners that if you have any client in suburban Cook County who needs an initial first or second COVID-19 vaccination or a first or second booster shot, we can help. Read more about our in-home COVID-19 vaccination program at https://www.ageoptions.org/support-resources/emergency-preparedness/covid-19-alerts/ and please refer people for their COVID vaccinations. Reach out if you need any support in spreading the COVID-19 vaccine message.

Office Updates:
  • Office will be closed to the public Friday, December 16th. 
  • In observance of the Christmas holiday the office will be closed Friday, December 23rd.
  • Office closed to the public Friday, December 30th.
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