Dr. Patrick Arbore was the special guest as this year’s honoree for the Norma Satten Community Service Innovation Award, held on September 22 at the Marine’s Memorial in San Francisco. Once again, the community of individuals and organizations who believe in the importance of helping seniors and people with disabilities age in community came together. Highlights […]
On Saturday, CLC hosted our first even Good Neighbor Block Party to thank the many neighbors and community-members who are creating the connections seniors and people with disabilities need to age and thrive in their own neighborhoods. The event thanked neighbors connected to CLC programs across San Francisco, and also honored seven neighborhood volunteers whose […]
You may not have heard about the Cayuga neighborhood before, but that is changing! This neighborhood and its leaders, including Rev. Glenda Hope and CLC Community Connector Patti Spaniak, are being honored by the Neighborhood Empowerment Network (NEN) as the “Come Back Neighborhood of the Year.” The event is being held on January 27th from […]
The October 23rd “Party with a Purpose” drew nearly 300 participants for an active and engaging afternoon to celebrate the 10 year Anniversary of the Long Term Care Coordinating Council and showcase the work of their Aging and Disability Friendly Workgroup. This Workgroup launched a process two years ago when the Mayor signed a letter requesting […]
The Community Living Campaign was fortunate to have Deloris McGee as an early staff member who helped create this role of Community Connector, which has been one of the hallmarks of our work in San Francisco. Who is a Community Connector? A local leader, often a senior or a person with a disability, who […]
Hats off to Glenda Hope and the Cayuga Connectors for finally getting me in an exercise class – and one that fits my abilities and my pocketbook. Thanks to 30th Street Senior Center and On Lok, we now have a wonderful trainer coming to a church in the Cayuga Neighborhood. With her help, there is […]
Sometimes it helps to look at life from a new perspective. I’m not a big video game fan, but I found this TED talk by game designer and traumatic brain injury survivor Jane McGonical so thought-provoking and insightful, I had to share. Really about ways to have a better life until the end of […]
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