Santa Anita Family Service Senior Center is committed to serving individuals 60 years and older, low income individuals with disabilities, and caregivers. It is widely known that the nation is experiencing population aging. By 2030, 1 in 5 persons in the United States will be over the age of 65. This presents a great social challenge as we seek to meet the evolving needs of both the older adult and those that are participating in their care as caregivers.
The purpose of the Senior Center is to promote the autonomy and independence of the older or disabled adult through supportive services. It is our goal to decrease premature institutionalization that can be costly both economically and emotionally. We meet this purpose by directly working with the older or disabled adult or alongside their caregiver(s).
- Information and referral
- Comprehensive in-home assessment
- Care plan development
- Service linkage
- Housekeeping and personal care
- Caregiver registry connection
- Caregiver training
- Caregiver support group
- Caregiver respite
- Telephone reassurance
- Taxi vouchers and bus tokens to low-income
- Annual tax assistance in coordination with AARP
Selected services offered to adults with disabilities.
Services are offered at no cost to the clients in our programs.
For more information, please contact our senior center at (626) 358-1185.