Family Caregiver Alliance’s New Website Offers Easy Access to Info

If you’re looking for information on caregiving situations and needs, try visiting the Family Caregiver Alliance (FCA)‘s new website. They’ve organized the site by types of situations and care needs - from new caregivers to those facing a loved one’s advanced illness and complicated care demands and decisions. You’ll find resources, publications, advice, research, policy reports, […]

Leaders From the Netherlands Help Launch Tenderloin Project

Officials from the Netherlands Come to SF to Kick Off Project Senior Vitality Based on a Successful Dutch Model   Program Connects Seniors to Social Workers and Family via Internet The Mayor of Amsterdam, Eberhard van der Laan, and Aging and Adult Services Director Anne Hinton  joined Curry Senior Center Executive Director Dave Knego and CLC Director Marie […]

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Living Solo in Later Life

What does it take for elders older than 80 to remain at home, alone?” is the question discussed in a thoughtful article by Robert L. Rubinstein and CLC Board member Elena Portacolone.   The article appears in the January-February edition of Aging Today. While the options may be fairly good for those with substantial resources and know-how, for […]

Support Grows Through Breast Cancer Luncheon 2013

The Community Living Campaign is happy to support efforts of “communities working to help themselves.”   One way is with the annual OMI Breast Senior Cancer Luncheon, held on October 17th at the Lutheran Church of our Savior at 1011 Garfield Street in the Oceanview-Merced Heights-Ingleside (OMI) neighborhood.   The first luncheon three years ago launched a […]

Digital Technology for the Family Caregiver

For so many years, Family Caregiver Alliance (FCA) has been the “go-to” organization for resources, research, policy issues and practical tips for caregivers — in English and a host of other languages.   Now they are once again providing leadership regarding caregiving and technology. A recent fact sheet prepared by FCA  offers an introduction to some of the […]

10 Ways to Network in the Real World

I came across this article on LinkedIn by Patty Azzarello and thought it offered some useful advice on building networks in our day to day life. . LinkedIn, Facebook and other social networking tools are fine, but they don’t do the work for you. To put real value in your network (and stay connected to people who […]

Confessions of a New Blogger

First, I have to give you the corrected link for the last Timebank post — I hit “publish” by mistake, before it was done.  Corrected link is http://www.sfhealthyaging.org/the_timebank/ Second, I had so many things I wanted to write about but good intentions quickly became draft posts that never got finished…So please forgive me while I hit the […]

The Timebank — About Something More Important Than Money

Need a massage, a ride to the doctor, or just a friend to share dinner with? Community Living Campaign has been working with a local nonprofit, Bay Area Community Exchange Timebank, to help more seniors and people with disabilities to use this free software to build relationships through exchange. With this system, you can get more […]

Summit Registration is Open

It is time to close the digital divide so that all of us, regardless of age, income or abilities, can tap its amazing potential for social engagement, health and well-being, financial security, and opportunities for social action, creative expression and life-long learning. Sign up to be an active part of this movement by registering to […]

Aging and Disability Technology Summit May 15th

SAVE THE DATEMAY 15, 2012 8:30 to 5:00 SAN FRANCISCO CITY HALL Subscribe to this blog and get all the latest details!