"The Elephant In The Room: Difficult Talks We All
This program is centered around sensitive conversations that need to take place to promote independence and quality of life as we age. We will discuss how to have the "difficult" conversations with ourselves, our children and spouses regarding real and imagined challenges we may encounter in later years.
- Keeping or selling the family home?
- What about re-marriage and blended families?
- Future health considerations
- When it's time to stop driving
Thursday, March 24th
2:00 pm-4:00 pm
The Sequoias at 1400 Geary Blvd.
San Francisco, CA
Please visit Northern California Presbyterian Homes & Services's (NCPHS) website for more information.
What About Me? Self-Care for CaregiversHosted by Senior Focus in Burlingame
The focus is on SELF CARE. It addresses the caregiver's emotional, physical, and spiritual needs. The class acknowledges the void that often exists in self-care because of the intense demands of the caregiving role. The emphasis on self-care will result in the delivery of improved and reliable dependent care. This course is not for professional caregivers.
1720 El Camino Real, #10
10:00 am-1:00 pm
Call (650) 696-3660, or visit the Sutter Health, Mills-Peninsula Health Services website, for more details about dates and times.
April 2, 9, 16, 23
Senior and Disability Advocacy Class
Come learn about community resources and programs in San Francisco, offer feedback to agency representatives, and practice advocacy skills! Open to all, but seniors and people with disabilities from the OMI neighborhood are encouraged to attend. Presented by Senior and Disability University and Survival School.
I.T. Bookman Community Center
446 Randolph Street
San Francisco, 94132
Tuesdays, 9:30 am-12:30 pm
Please RSVP by April 1st
Sarah Jarmon or Pi Ra at (415) 546-1333
Caring For An Aging Loved One Conference
The Aging Services Collaborative of Santa Clara County will be holding the 4th Annual Caregivers Count Conference in Santa Clara. Please see their website for more information.
Learn about a wide range of businesses and organizations, at the JCCSF's Art of Aging Gracefully Resource Fair. Engage with local businesses and organizations, and gain valuable resources to help you stay healthy and energized. Enjoy presentations from UCSF Medical Center professionals on healthy living, and take advantage of sample classes, health screenings, chair massages, giveaways and much more!
April 13th, 9:00 am-4:00 pm
Network Meeting Center
5201 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara
The Art of Aging Gracefully Resource Fair
Come enjoy an afternoon of free food, fun and information on the Affordable Care Act and additional community resources!
Please bring any unused or expired prescription drugs. In partnership with the DEA office and National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, we will be safely disposing of all medications.
Speakers: 9:30 am-2:45 pm
Resource Fair: 10:00 am-2:00 pm
Location: Jewish Community Center of San Francisco
3200 California Street (at Presidio Avenue)
To learn more about the event please see their website, or register, please call (415) 292-1200
13th Annual California Senior Injury Prevention Conference
Courtyard Marriott Hotel
UC Davis Medical Center
9:00 am- 3:00 pm
For more information contact Miriam Rabinovitz (510) 481-4190
20th Asian American Heritage Festival
Twentieth Annual Event Celebrates Asian American Heritage and Older Americans Month with Free Shows and Music.
Hayward City Hall Plaza
Watkins and B Street Festival
Alameda County Meals on Wheels Raffle Alameda County's Meals on Wheels is raffling off two tickets to anywhere Southwest Airlines flies. The drawing will be held May 1, 2013. Tickets are $10/each or 6 tickets/$50. All proceeds go to feeding homebound seniors. For more information please see their website.
Low Vision Examinations
The Lions Center for the Blind & UC Berkeley School of Optometry are now offering Low Vision Examinations at the Lions Center office (address below).
What is a low vision Exam?
A low vision exam is a comprehensive eye exam by an Ophthalmologist specializing in low vision. Exams are designed to evaluate your functional vision and limitations. The doctor will prescribe aids or training that will improve your ability to see and help you adjust to vision loss.
How do I know if this clinic is right for me?
If the best vision you can attain with glasses or contacts is limited by disease or injury and is inhibiting you from performing typical everyday tasks or activities, such as reading, then this clinic might be of assistance. If you are unsure, ask your eye doctor if a Low Vision Examination could be of help.
Lions Center Office
Appointments are available on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 9:00 am, 10:30 am, 1:00 pm, 2:30 pm.
For questions and registration please call (510) 450-1580 extension 221
Cal Clinical Instrument Comparison Study
The Center for Eye Disease & Development at the School of Optometry at UC Berkeley invites you to participate in a study to assess the accuracy and efficiency of a new clinical instrument designed for measuring the optical quality of the eye, which affects how well you see and is influenced by intraocular lens implants. Those with intraocular lenses implanted after cataract surgery welcome!
Requirements: Any type of intraocular lens in one or both eyes; Available for 1 visit
Compensation: $20 for approximately one hour measurement session.
Please contact our faculty research team:
Maria Liu: firstname.lastname@example.org