Creating Connections to Help Neighbors Age and Thrive at Home
The Community Living Campaign empowers seniors and people with disabilities to come together, organize, and use their many skills and interests to reduce isolation and end economic and other barriers to aging in their own homes and neighborhoods.
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Don't miss out on this month's CLC and community news and events! * Celebrating Our Work Together * Dignity Fund Receives Award * CLC Computer Trainers Around the City * SF Tech Council Promotes Design for Everyone * Meet CLC's Good Neighbors * Cayuga Honored with n4a Award * Creating an Age and Disability Friendly SF * August 8: Bayview Transportation Fair * and much more...
Meet Wanda, one of CLC's computer trainers. On Saturday afternoons in the Excelsior, she's a whirlwind of energy, rushing around answering students’ questions. She helps Cantonese-speaking seniors "learn how to use the computer or at least the smart phone so they can communicate with their family and friends..."
During this year's City budget process, the Dignity Fund Coalition, the Budget Justice Coalition, the Coalition of Agencies Serving the Elderly, the Human Services Network and others all worked to increased funding to match the growing number and needs of seniors and adults with disabilities. The Dignity Fund Coalition chose the theme Summer of Love – 50 Years Later to call attention to the need to support those who helped make the City the compassionate, creative, caring, inclusive place it is now. Read more on our SF Healthy Aging blog.