Spotlight on Seniors, resources and activities, live and virtual, for San Francisco seniors during a time of physical distancing
Staying connected and involved during this time of COVID-19 can mean the most to San Francisco seniors.
Community Living Campaign
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19): You can get updates and resource info. by calling 311 or at sf311.org. Seniors and people with disabilities can also call Disability and Aging Services at (415) 355-6700 for referrals to services, including take-out meals, home-delivered meals and groceries, and more.
San Francisco's Community Living Campaign brings greater joy, health and connectedness to seniors and people with disabilities in the City through community-building, empowerment and advocacy. Let's make San Francisco a great city to grow older!
To learn more about CLC and its goings-on activities, visit the online events calendar to see all it offers!
As our shelter-in-place continues, some seniors and people with disabilities still have to travel. Join us on Thursday, May 14 as we share the latest information on transportation options in San Francisco.
During the May 14 session, Cathy DeLuca from Community Living Campaign will share the latest information about all transportation options in San Francisco, including Muni, paratransit, SFMTA's new Essential Trip Card program, driving, taxis and Uber/Lyft. And we'll even talk about how to have fun on your local walks.
Cathy will be joined by Natasha Opfell from SF Paratransit's Mobility Management Center, who can answer your questions about City transportation services for seniors and people with disabilities.
How to Get Around San Francisco (Safely) During COVID-19
Sponsored by the Department of Disability and Aging Services
May 14, 2020 (Thursday)
2:30pm - 3:30pm PST
Participants can participate via phone or online (captioning provided)
If you plan to join online, register here or call (415) 638-9183 to register.
Connect with the CLC events calendar to register for this event and learn more.
San Francisco Senior Beat is a great new effort to get the City's senior voices heard and share their experiences, opinions, stories and all they contribute to this city and place called home! Don't we love it?
You may just read about and see someone you know.
No need to feel lonely: when you need someone to talk to or chat with,
stay connected with:
And that's not all! For additional resources, check out the Senior and Disability Action website for resources and more information.
New Restaurant Food Program: Just announced by Gov. Newsom on April 24, the program will deliver three nutritious meals a day from local restaurants to seniors 65+ who meet other eligibility requirements. This program is still in the planning stages in San Francisco and more information should be out by next week. Call 211 for information.
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