Resources

Brain Fitness

AARP

http://games.aarp.org/

Posit-science Brain Training Software

http://www.positscience.com/games-teasers
(full versions of the PositScience Brain Fitness software are available for use free all the BTOP I’m Connected Computer Sites. For locations, click here (don’t have live link yet)

Economic Security – National Council on Aging Benefit Check-up

http://www.benefitscheckup.org/
See if there are programs and services to help you make ends meet

Health Matters in San Francisco

learn and engage around San Francisco public health issues
http://www.healthmattersinsf.org/index.php

Referral and Assistance Line

Our staff can direct you to many services for older adults and adults with disabilities, including home-delivered meals, case management services, caregiver support, and the Community Living Fund. Call (415) 355‑6700 from 8 a.m. — 5 p.m.

Guides to Services for Seniors and Adults with Disabilities

Find additional information about services and resources in the community in these handy guides.

Aging and Disability Resource Centers

http://www.sfhsa.org/403.htm
For in-person help finding programs and services in your neighborhood, call or visit one of our resource centers for information, referrals and assistance, including translation, help filling out forms, volunteer opportunities and more! 

Health Insurance Counseling and Information Program (HICAP)

http://hicap.org/

Chronic Disease Self-Managment Program

http://patienteducation.stanford.edu/programs/cdsmp.html

Consumer Rights for Community Living (CRCL

 http://www.crclsf.org/

Consumer Rights for Community Living (CRCL), dedicated to ensuring the right of seniors and people with disabilities to live independently in the community.  CRCL assists people as they navigate the complex web of home and community-based support services. CRCL staff and peer advocates give individual hands-on support for solving problems.  We can assist you in resolving complaints, connect you to services that will make it easier for you to live in the community, and help you get connected to people who are working for change.   Call 415–703-0286  TTY: 703‑0186 or email helpline@planningforelders.org