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Diabetes Educational Services
- Diabetes Empowerment Education Program (DEEP) - Click to see the Program Brochure
- Sponsored by On Lok, Midwest Latino Health Research, Training and Policy Center, and the City and County of San Francisco, Department of Aging and Adult Services
- This program is accredited by the American Diabetes Association Certified Diabetes SelfManagement Education
- DEEP is interactive and engaging. Participants will have the opportunity to share their experiences, engage in hands-on activities and problem solving, and make action plans each week.The next workshop will start October 5th and ends in November 23rd, Mondays from 3-4:30pm.
Elder Law Attorney Referral: http://www.canhr.org/LRS/index.html
All-around Senior Services: Independent contractors
- Katie Owens (Case Manager and Placement Advocate): 415-815-7820
- Christopher Valente (Geriatric Placement Advocate): 415-264-1529
- Ned Rozbicki: 415-275-1636
- Launi Condit (American Alliance for Elder Care): 415-370-8335
- Marlena del Hierro (Seniorly Online Services): http://www.seniorly.com
Shanti exists to enhance the health, quality of life and well-being of people with terminal, life-threatening or disabling illnesses or conditions. Through a continuum of services, including in-home and onsite patient and care navigation, emotional and practical support and preserving the human-animal bond, Shanti strives to achieve the highest medical and quality of life outcomes for San Francisco’s most vulnerable.
CANHR (California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform)
They are an advocacy organization that offer a “Lawyer Referral Service”. When you call their number, they do a 10-15 minute assessment and then refer to you an appropriate elder law attorney to help with your needs.
Companioa, by Institute of Aging
Companioa, by Institute on Aging, provides customized dementia care that helps loved ones remain at home. The Companioa family of services includes the newly launched care coaching program, dementia-certified home care, and social day services at the recently re-opened Enrichment Center in the Presidio. Each service can be delivered individually or as part of a specialized care plan to meet your needs. IOA is a Bay Area non-profit with a mission to help aging adults live in the community with grace and dignity.
The main contact person there is Katie Owens, and she has experience in helping people find assisted living facilities for respite stays and can also assist in finding in-home care. Her services are free of charge.
Institute of Aging (IOA)
415-750- 4111 (Contact: Cherie Golant)
Free 30-minute consultation then private pay $155/ hr
MSSP- 65 and over, Medi-Cal recipient, app submitted through website
Linkages- under 65, with Medi-Cal
Jewish Family and Children’s Services
Private pay $150/ hr. Initial assessment lasts 1.5 hrs and includes care plan. CM will check in weekly or monthly depending on needs. There might be a short-term grant, and there is a sliding scale component for low-income Jewish clients.
Sage Elder Care Solutions
Telephone Support Group
Support group that meets the 4th Monday of each month. Email Heather Gray at [email protected] to receive the necessary information to participate in the Support Group
Every 3rd Friday of the month, meet at 2pm in Atrium
4 locations, call to schedule, 1-day free trial with meal
Openhouse Bob Ross
LGBT Senior Center
65 Laguna St
San Francisco, CA 94102
Openhouse enables San Francisco Bay Area LGBTQ seniors to overcome the unique challenges they face as they age by providing housing, direct services and community programs.