Helping Seniors Stay Socially Active
Seniors At Home knows how important it is to be socially engaged. Though our social clubs cannot physically meet due to the current social distancing order, we have created a guide with many online activities from museum tours to virtual concerts.
We can all get through this together! Please let us know if we can help.
We look forward to resuming our social clubs as soon as we are able.
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, health and wellness programs and—most importantly—opportunities to make community connections.
The Plaza Social Club: Offers weekly programming to older adults in San Francisco. Each week, members enjoy a delicious lunch, conversation, and a mix of inspiring lectures on relevant health and wellness topics, art and music, and so much more.
L’Chaim Adult Day Health Care Center: Provides outstanding medical, rehabilitative, and social services to elderly and disabled clients. The center serves Russian emigre clients from San Francisco and northern San Mateo County.
Skyview Day Club: A social and memory wellness program located in Marin County, provides individuals with memory loss an exceptional daytime program in a warm and welcoming community. Skyview Day Club offers onsite respite care, excursion programs, and support groups for caregivers.
Memory Café: A social group for people with early-stage Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia and their care partners to stay active and engaged in life together. Seniors At Home’s Memory Café will organize regular, free activities and outings in San Francisco, Marin, and San Mateo counties.