If you are a senior or take care of a senior, or just care about seniors, now is the time to speak out and give your input as part of the citywide 2022 Dignity Fund Community Needs Assessment. Every four years, the SF Department of Disability and Aging Services (DAS) gathers feedback on the needs of older adults and people with disabilities so they can continue to improve how San Francisco residents are served and identify priorities for services.
Judy Goddess is a Sunset District resident, a writer and living proof that aging does not need to mean slowing down. A lifelong learner, she is an expert in several fields, including education and senior issues.
On a sunny Saturday in October more than 42 community members gathered at the Richmond Senior Center (at Geary Boulevard and 26th Avenue) to volunteer their time to help more than 20 seniors and adults with disabilities living in The Richmond District.
Please join us for a free community meeting to listen to Guest Speaker Nicole Agbayani, office of the Assessor-Recorder share “Property Tax Savings for Seniors,” followed by Bret Putnam on why the 2020 Census Matters and the jobs it can provide. join in with the Qigong exercises, followed by neighborhood announcements and light refreshments.
Assembly member David Chiu addresses the Sept. 20, 2019 CA Master Plan On Aging forum with San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer, Shireen McSpadden, executive director San Francisco Department of Aging and Adult Services, and Janet Spear, CEO of the Metta Fund and S.F. Aging and Adult Services commissioner. To share your input and questions about the CA Master Plan On Aging visit www.sfdignityfund.org and follow @SFDignityFund.
The Sunset District is getting another recreation center for senior citizens thanks to a donation from a local family and SF Supervisor Katy Tang’s acquiring about half a million dollars from the SF Recreation and Park Department.
The Medical-Legal Partner ship for Seniors, or MLPS as it is known, is working to help seniors overcome those obstacles by using a new model for delivering legal help to vulnerable populations.
A solo ager is someone who does not have a spouse or children, or their children are geographically or emotionally unavailable, and there are no other family members close by …
Negative stereotypes about older adults persist even today. But, when it comes to creativity, old age defies the myths.
The Institute on Aging (IOA) will be holding its first Keep a Senior Warm for the Holidays
Drive!, collecting new and unused clothes and personal grooming goods through January
to help seniors stay warm this winter.
The idea of community collaboration to help seniors age at home was conceived in 2002 in Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood. The Boston model became a prototype for the “senior village” movement, which has spread across the country.
Taiko drumming also elicits feelings of camaraderie and community in the
The San Francisco Village (SFV) had a grand opening of its new home, an
intergenerational community space located at 3220 Fulton St.
Things to do in the Sunset District
Teen Computer Corps is available to answer patrons’ questions about email,
lap-top computers, tablets, cell phones, digital cameras, electronic gadgets and the