Judy Goddess provides helpful tips for Sunset seniors.
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.
Self-Help for the Elderly operates three centers on the west side: one in the Richmond District and two in the Sunset 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.
Seniors are among California’s fastest growing population. Currently, 10 percent of Californians are seniors; by 2030, that percentage is expected to almost double to 19 percent. How can we create a future that guarantees that every senior lives with the dignity and independence we all deserve?
Please get the word out asap to homeowners in SF turning 65 this year
that the deadline for submitting the 2019-20 Senior Exemption application (on property taxes) is June 30, 2019.
Helping seniors is rewarding by Richard Corriea Last summer there was an advertisement in the Richmond Review seeking volunteers to become long-term care ombudsmen (L.T.C.O.). In response, I called on Benson Nadell at the San Francisco L.T.C.O. program office, […]
News items from the Sunset District and Presidio.
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 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
Teen Computer Corps is available to answer patrons’ questions about email,
lap-top computers, tablets, cell phones, digital cameras, electronic gadgets and the