RMCCF’s Traveling Triplets, a memory care therapeutic doll program for dementia patients, was born in 2019. Doll therapy offers meaning and purpose for someone who is living with dementia. There is a familiarity with being a caregiver for the baby that can be comforting and purposeful. Instead of constantly being a receiver of assistance and care, a baby offers the opportunity for meaningful interaction that is directed by the person living with dementia.
Our staff members bring the triplet (doll) babies for a one-hour visit, where we will work with your staff to introduce the babies to individuals that you think will benefit the most.
Cost and Scheduling
Visits are free. Our current coverage area includes the City of Riverside and surrounding areas based on availability and resources. To schedule a visit with our Travelling Triplets, please fill out the interest form below!
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, all Travelling Triplet staff members wear masks on-site and are fully vaccinated for the safety of themselves and others.
- Facility must be located in the city of Riverside
- Facility must agree to leave one or two staff members present during visit
- Facility must have a memory care wing
- Facility must be a licensed skilled nursing home or assisted living facility in the state of California
- Visits not available for in-home care or for private request
NOTICE OF EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
Scholarship advisory committee members must be able to make independent decisions on behalf of the scholarship fund and the Riverside Medical Clinic Charitable Foundation without potential or perceived influence caused by a conflict of interest.
They must evaluate the eligibility of all applicants without bias and make selection recommendations based on the established objective criteria for the scholarship. Advisory committee members should avoid any situation where personal and business relationships could have, or give the appearance of having, undue influence on the member’s judgment in matters under consideration. In case of a potential conflict of interest, the member shall declare the conflict, and refrain from participating in the discussions and decision-making process.
Riverside Medical Clinic Charitable Foundation does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of any applicable protected classification including, but not limited to, race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its activities or operations. These activities and operations include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, advertising for available scholarships, selection of scholarship recipients, and the provision of related services. Riverside Medical Clinic Charitable Foundation is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of its staff, volunteers, vendors, applicants, and scholarship recipients.
CONFLICT OF INTEREST STATEMENT
A potential or actual conflict of interest exists when commitments and obligations are likely to be compromised by the employee or board member’s material interests or relationships (especially economic), particularly if those interests or commitments are not disclosed. As such, no RMCCF employee or board member (or familial relation of either) may apply for scholarship funds. If found to be applying for funds, said application will be withdrawn from consideration. These restrictions do not apply to Riverside Medical Clinic (RMC) employees unless the said employee is a relative of an RMCCF employee or board member. Please contact us via email if you have any questions or concerns or wish to report a potential conflict of interest.
Questions? Contact Foundation Program Coordinator by email or 951-321-6513.