Finding the help you need when you need it can sometimes be difficult. Knowing where to turn to get questions answered makes life a little easier.
Below are links that will come in handy if you’re looking for information or assistance on services such as dental care, end-of-life services, abuse, adult daycare, emergency services, home security, legal assistance, insurance, in-home care, or financial services. Resources can change from time to time. However, these will be an excellent starting point for you or your senior loved one.
Access a comprehensive list of resources for older adults and find information on a wide range of services geared to seniors. Resources For Older Adults at 211 San Diego has taken a ton of information and transformed it into an easy-to-navigate repository of services that include their Key Partner Agencies as well as financial services, housing, nutrition, respite, social connection and support, and many more. Their site is a great place to start. Access all the information here.
Resources of interest to seniors can be found at Aging and Independence Services for San Diego County. Their goal is to assist seniors who wish to remain in their homes. Topics of interest to family members and those with disabilities can also be located on this list.
Boasting more than 30,000 articles and resource sheets, this is a wonderful compilation of services and resources for seniors and people with disabilities. All the information is easy to navigate at the San Diego Network Of Care.
The San Diego Parks and Recreation offer AgeWell Services which includes the Senior Lounge in beautiful Balboa Park, among other activities. Get all the information here.
Lastly, there is Elderhelp of San Diego, a non-profit network of services and information to help seniors who wish to remain independent. Coordinating a team of volunteers and staff, Elderhelp provides many services including a transportation option “Seniors A Go-Go”. Find out about all their services here.