Everything a senior might need in daily life is listed in the links shown below. There are health resources, emergency contacts, neighborhood social activities, services available from universities, housing resources, and even some links which handle abuse. Browse through some of these websites, and you’ll find virtually everything you could want in resources for seniors living in the San Fernando Valley.
Community Resource List for the San Fernando Valley is a well-organized listing of available services and information. Ranging from general questions to places to socialize, educational opportunities, and emergency services, this list is a great place to find answers.
If you are looking for more social interaction and fun activities, the city of San Fernando has you covered. Get out and meet new people or catch up with old friends while enjoying a lively round of pickleball. Maybe line dancing is more your style? For the card sharks, check out the Recreation Lounge and sit in on a game of cards.
Senior Centers are a great place to pick up new tips and tricks from the staff or other visitors and Los Angeles County is no exception. The Parks and Recreation web site provides all the information for senior centers in the area.
The San Fernando Public Library always has great information on a wide range of topics. Check out recent publications, ask a librarian, or click over to the Los Angeles County Public Library web site for a detailed list of available resources.
Generally, there is a Council On Aging for most communities. They provide information and services to help seniors live independently, enjoy area social events, and assist caregivers and families of seniors. The California Department of Aging is excellent for gathering much-needed information.