A number of excellent healthcare resources are identified among the links below, as are links for all the services typically required by retirement-age citizens of Los Angeles county. Assisted living, transportation, legal assistance, abuse hotlines, health insurance, mental health services, pharmacies, and prescription services, and a number of senior centers are all listed here for seniors to take advantage of.
The Los Angeles Department of Aging operates 16 Multipurpose Senior Centers throughout LA. Each location provides services such as in-home assistance, nutrition and meal delivery, transport, and education. Find out more about them on their web site.
211 LA County maintains a web site with many available resources. Visit them for more information or assistance with health care, food or nutrition needs, housing options, and caregiver support. A link to this information can be accessed here.
It’s no small surprise that all manner of helpful information can be found at the library and the Los Angeles Public Library is no exception. The library maintains an extensive list of valuable links including a program launched by the California State Library that contains a searchable database of services for seniors. The program “Transforming Life After 50” and other resource links is on their web site.
Seniors and those with disabilities In Los Angeles can access a list of available services geared toward their specific needs. Find information on In-Home Supportive Services, Area Agency On Aging and other useful links by clicking here.
Most large cities host senior centers to provide such services as social interaction, fitness programs, classes, trips, and more. A full list of available Los Angeles area Senior Centers can be found on the Parks and Recreation web site.