Age Friendly Communities Manager Maritza Maksimow shares how the need for housing units will directly impact older adults in San Diego.
Age Friendly Communities Manager Maritza Maksimow shares how older adults have “hacked” the Millennial economy to benefit themselves and their workplaces.
The San Diego Foundation today announced $130,000 in additional grant funding for programs that enhance the quality of life of older adults and create a region where older adults can age in their communities, live affordably, and be socially and civically engaged.
Age Friendly Communities Manager Maritza Maksimow shares how San Diego County and the City of Chula Vista are establishing action plans to support successful aging across the life-spans of residents.
Over 200 community leaders, nonprofit organizations and government staff filled the room at the Town & Country Conference Center on November 8 to learn more about age friendly communities at the Developing a Dynamic Community for the 21st Century sessions.
Senior Project Coordinator for the Healthy Chula Vista Initiative Stacey Kurz shares how Chula Vista is working to meet the needs of its aging population.
Learn how local organizations such as Age Friendly Communities grantee Serving Seniors are enhancing the quality of life for older adults by offering unique opportunities for San Diego's aging population.
The San Diego Foundation today announced $225,854 in grants to local nonprofits that will help enhance the quality of life for older adults and create communities where older adults can age in place, live affordably, and be fully included and engaged in all aspects of daily life.
Learn how the RE'FLECT documentary series on KPBS brings a fresh and inspiring look to the topic of aging in San Diego County.
The San Diego Foundation, in partnership with The Del Mar Healthcare Fund at The San Diego Foundation, today announced the availability of grant funding through the Age Friendly Communities Program.