Resources for Seniors

At Seniors At Home, we are dedicated to providing compassionate, personalized care that meets the unique needs of each individual we serve. With over 100 years of experience in the field of senior care, we have the expertise and resources to help you or your loved one maintain independence, dignity, and quality of life in the comfort of home. On this page, you can find a wide range of information, support, and services to help seniors and their families navigate the challenges of aging.

Government Agencies to Support Seniors

There are several government agencies that exist to support seniors and senior care.

Senior Resources Near You

The Bay Area provides seniors with many resources that can support those aging and their families.

Dementia Care Resources

Dementia can be difficult to manage independently, which is why many local and national resources exist to support those affected by dementia.

  • Alzheimer’s Association of Northern California—Find local chapters serving communities throughout Northern California for support, information, treatment and research.
  • Alzheimer’s Association Research Center Trail Match—A free clinical studies matching service that connects individuals with Alzheimer’s, caregivers, healthy volunteers and physicians with current studies nationwide.
  •—A free website and daily email resource for family caregivers. Discover practical, valuable, and positive tips for people caring for older adults.
  • Ray Dolby Brain Health Center | CPMC Neurosciences Institute—Provides patient care, education and research in the area of memory loss. Employing a multidisciplinary team of health professionals, the center provides a variety of services to anyone experiencing memory loss changes at any age.
  • UCSF Memory and Aging Center—An international leader in the field of memory disorders and dementia the center offers comprehensive evaluations for the diagnosis and treatment of patients, conducts research on new therapies and offers support groups for patients, family members and friends.

Palliative Care Resources

You’re not alone in caring for your loved ones as they age, learn more about palliative care resources and options.

LGBTQ+ Resources

There are several resources available to support seniors that are a part of the LGBT+ community!

These sites are not affiliated with Seniors At Home or its programs, and their listing should not be considered an endorsement of their products, services, or sponsoring institutions.