Socialization

Helping Seniors Stay Socially Active

Seniors At Home’s clubs bring Bay Area older adults together through social, cultural, and day programs.

Unique programs cater to different needs and interests, providing stimulating activities for seniors, health and wellness programs and—most importantly—opportunities to make community connections.

L’Chaim Adult Day Health Care Center: L’Chaim Adult Day Health Care Center offers a wide range of services, including nursing and personal care, case management, physical, occupational, massage, and speech therapy, nutritional counseling, and recreational and socialization activities. Transportation, meals, and snacks are included. L’Chaim hosts a variety of activities, from bingo to lectures to concerts to English language and computer classes. The center serves Russian emigre clients from San Francisco and northern San Mateo County. Visit L’Chaim Adult Day Health Center website for more information.

Memory Cafe: Memory Cafe is a social group that helps people with early-stage Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia and their care partners to stay active and engaged in life together. These regularly scheduled, free outings and activities take place in San Francisco and Marin Counties.

Skyview Day Club: Skyview is a social and memory wellness program that provides individuals with memory loss an exceptional daytime program in a warm and welcoming community. Skyview meets virtually, five days a week.

Widow/Widower Cafe on the Peninsula: Widow/Widower Cafe on the Peninsula is a social group for people who have experienced the loss of a partner or spouse. The group organizes local events for seniors on a monthly basis. Activities include museum outings, theater performances, lunches, and other outings. If you wish to join Widow/Widower Cafe on the Peninsula, fill in this form and we will contact you.


Seniors At Home knows how important it is to be socially active. We offer a variety of activities and social clubs for older adults to help them stay connected to their community and live their best lives.

For people who prefer virtual activities, we have created a guide with many online options, from museum tours to virtual concerts. Click here to see the guide.