Planning for Elders in the Central City is working to improve the quality of life of seniors, adults with disabilities, and their caregivers in San Francisco and beyond. Planning for Elders, a community non-profit founded in 1991, works to fulfill its mission through advocacy, organizing, education and training for San Francisco's seniors, persons with disabilities, and their caregivers.
Thank you for visiting our website; we hope you enjoy it!
If you would like to give feedback on the site,
you are welcome to do so through our contact page.
PLANNING FOR ELDERS HAS MERGED WITH SENIOR ACTION NETWORK. WE ARE NOW CALLED SENIOR AND DISABILITY ACTION.
THE NEW WEBSITE IS WWW.SDACTION.ORG
SENIOR AND DISABILITY ACTION
1360 Mission Street, #400
San Francisco, CA 94103
The Long Term Care News and Views reports on public policy and advocacy efforts to improve SF and California's home and community-based long term care system.
Utilizing presentations, discussions, and popular education activities, Senior Survival School trains seniors and adults with disabilities to effectively access vital community resources and to exercise their rights when they do.
HAT is a coalition of seniors, people with disabilities, caregivers and community agencies working together to advocate for expansion of homecare services and accessible, affordable, supportive housing as well as improvements to hospital discharge planning. We use theatre, song and other creative forms of advocacy and direct action!
The In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) - Health Task Force is an on-going group that brings all of the stakeholders together to work for improvements in the IHSS Program and other homecare services.