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Free Tai Chi Classes

The San Francisco Department of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) and Self-Help for the Elderly, with funding by Supplement Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed), is offering free Tai Chi classes this fall for seniors. They partnered with different agencies around the Bay Area to host 6-week, 12 session classes taught by certified Tai Chi trainers. Click here … Continue reading


Webinar for Older Americans Month

“In honor of Older Americans Month, the Federal Communications Commission hosted the first in a series of webinars created with several key partners to highlight resources for professionals who work with seniors to address their digital literacy and broadband adoption needs. ” You can find the agenda and related materials including the PowerPoint presentations by … Continue reading

Big Ideas, Good Work – Aging & Technology Conference
Aging / Conference / Techonology

Big Ideas, Good Work – Aging & Technology Conference

BIG IDEAS, GOOD WORK  A 1-Day Aging & Technology Conference  How Elders, Caregivers & Senior Services Are Influencing & Inventing Thoughtful Technologies This event will feature tech innovators who are also elders, caregivers, senior-service providers or health professionals. They will guide us in collectively considering new ways to support healthy aging and aging in place: … Continue reading


White House Conference on Aging

The White House Conference on Aging released a policy brief on healthy aging, a key focus area for the 2015 Conference. The Policy Brief on Healthy Aging examines how Americans can enjoy long and healthy lives by maximizing their physical, mental, and social well-being. Members of the public are encouraged to share their thoughts in the comments … Continue reading

Wii Bowling Tournament
Computer Event / Techonology

Wii Bowling Tournament

SCAN Health Plan® and the San Francisco Main Library would like to announce the 2014 San Francisco County Senior Wii Bowling tournament! It will be held on Tuesday, August 19th. Teams of four seniors from Excelsior Community Center, OMI Senior Center, Self-Help for the Elderly, and Stepping Stone Mission Creek will be competing. Open to the Public! Join us … Continue reading