Fireside chat with Dr. Anthony Fauci and Stanford Medicine Dean Lloyd Minor.
Avenidas CEO and President Amy Andonian said the layoffs are primarily because of a loss of revenue from fundraisers and suspending classes, the fees for which constitute 40% of the nonprofit’s revenue.
Even with CBAS funding spared, the services that Adult Day Health Centers can offer in the COVID-19 era have changed.
Palo Alto Weekly correspondent Linda Taaffe responded to our June 24th press release about changes to Avenidas’ program offerings.
Avenidas announced today that it is halting the operations of several of its programs and laying off seven of its 53 employees. Three additional programs will scale back their operations to reflect a new virtual service delivery model.
This video was produced in response to Governor Newsom’s proposed budget cuts, which would take away funding for Adult Day Health Services. You may notice a few familiar faces.