Learn how to use herbs & spices to eliminate salt and sugar from your diet.
Join Marina Lazzara, local poet, health educator, California native plant gardener and kitchen herbalist. She has studied with witches in the East Bay and professors in City College San Francisco’s Horticulture Program, as well as Strybing Botanical Gardens.
WHEN: Saturday Nov. 17, 2018
WHERE: Community Room, Northern Police Station
1125 Fillmore St at Turk St, San Francisco (no parking in police lot)
MUNI # 5, 22, 31 & 38 (4 block walk)
www.owlsf.org Phone 415-712-1695
SF ReServe has three roles:
- Activities Coordinator (10 hrs a week)
- Partnership Development Associate (20 hrs a week)
- Digital Literacy Instructor (10 hours a week)
To apply use this link:
Are you ready to learn new skills, train, and go back to work?
SCSEP is a federally funded job-readiness program that helps older adults transition
from on-the-job-training back into the work force.
Eligibility requirements are:
1. 55 years or older
2. Resident of San Francisco
3. Currently unemployed
4. Low Income
Contact Amy Yu, Program Director: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 415/345-1002.
Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) helps Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries avoid, detect, and report health care fraud. They both protect beneficiaries and help preserve the integrity of the Medicare and Medicaid programs by recovering and avoiding the billions of dollars typically lost to health care fraud each year. https://cahealthadvocates.org/fraud-abuse/senior-medicare-patrol/
In collaboration with researchers at UCSF’s Aging, Metabolism and Emotions Center, directed by Drs. Elissa Epel & Aric Prather, the Brain Health Registry is working to better understand the daily and psychological experience of caregivers
Caregivers care for people with different disabilities, injuries, and illnesses – brain disease, heart disease, autism, and other conditions. Many are caregivers for someone who needs extra help due to age.
Caregivers have a difficult task before them: How do they provide the best care for their loved one AND take care of their own health and wellness? While the answer is complex, research shows that one of the most important things caregivers can do is to take care of themselves.
The FDA Office of Women’s Health (OWH) is partnering with the NIH Office of Research on Women’s Health to initiate a Diverse Women in Clinical Trials Campaign (DWCT). The campaign’s goal is to raise the awareness of the importance for women of different ages, races, ethnic backgrounds, and health conditions to participate in clinical trials.
The following websites offer excellent information:
The Alliance for Retired Americans is pleased to launch www.medicare50th.org. Click on the link to read the personal stories of what Medicare has meant to several Alliance members personally since its inception, and how much it has changed their lives. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary year, we will add new features and details about Alliance events to mark the occasion and ways you can help remind policymakers to protect this essential, earned benefit. (Click RESOURCES above).
The growing Alzheimer’s crisis is threatening to bankrupt America. To be an advocate and find out more: Alzheimer’s Association website www.alz.org.
Tell Congress to increase funding for Alzheimer’s research this year! Click Resources above.