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september 2018

tue25sep3:00 pm6:00 pmFall Prevention Community ForumNational Fall Prevention Week CEI San Leandro PACE Center

Event Details

National Fall Prevention Week starts September 23rd and CEI is opening the doors to our San Leandro center to help you learn more about the steps you can take to prevent falls for an aging person in your life.

What to expect:

  • Physical Therapist led workshops
  • Q & A session with a Physician
  • Fall Prevention community resource information
  • Much more!

Free parking is available on-site. Refreshments sponsored by SilverRide.

The good news about falls is that most of them can be prevented!

Time

(Tuesday) 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Location

CEI San Leandro PACE Center

1850 Fairway Drive, San Leandro, CA 94577

sat29sep1:00 pm3:00 pmCreating Age Friendly Oakland - District 3The Oakland Mayor’s Commission on AgingWest Oakland Senior Center

Event Details

Join The Oakland Mayor’s Commission on Aging to find out how you, your friends, and your neighbors can help make Oakland more Age Friendly – a livable community for all ages.

Community presentations and listening sessions on the Eight Age-Friendly Domains for Livable Cities:

  1. Health & Wellness: Do supports and services provided within communities work to maintain health, independence and quality of life?
  2. Outside Spaces & Parks: Does the outside environment and public building space interact with individuals to support aging?
  3. Transportation: Do older adults have access to transportation and the ability to move around within their communities?
  4. Social Participation & Inclusion: Do seniors have access, information and the ability to participate in leisure, social, cultural and spiritual activities in the community that build relationships?
  5. Volunteering & Civic Engagement: Are there accessible opportunities to volunteer and engage in the community political process?
  6. Community Information: Do people receive timely, practical information to manage their lives, attend events, stage connected and be informed about emergency preparedness?
  7. Employment & Learning: Do older adults have access to learning or employment opportunities if they wish to pursue them?
  8. Housing: Are seniors safe and sheltered and do they have a choice of housing design and location if their needs change?

For more information please contact Scott Means at (510) 238‐6137 or (510) 238‐3254 for TDD/TTY or email smeans@oaklandca.gov

Time

(Saturday) 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location

West Oakland Senior Center

1724 Adeline Street, Oakland, CA 94607

october 2018

thu04oct6:00 pm8:00 pmCreating Age Friendly Oakland - District 1The Oakland Mayor’s Commission on AgingNorth Oakland Senior Center

Event Details

Join The Oakland Mayor’s Commission on Aging to find out how you, your friends, and your neighbors can help make Oakland more Age Friendly – a livable community for all ages.

Community presentations and listening sessions on the Eight Age-Friendly Domains for Livable Cities:

  1. Health & Wellness: Do supports and services provided within communities work to maintain health, independence and quality of life?
  2. Outside Spaces & Parks: Does the outside environment and public building space interact with individuals to support aging?
  3. Transportation: Do older adults have access to transportation and the ability to move around within their communities?
  4. Social Participation & Inclusion: Do seniors have access, information and the ability to participate in leisure, social, cultural and spiritual activities in the community that build relationships?
  5. Volunteering & Civic Engagement: Are there accessible opportunities to volunteer and engage in the community political process?
  6. Community Information: Do people receive timely, practical information to manage their lives, attend events, stage connected and be informed about emergency preparedness?
  7. Employment & Learning: Do older adults have access to learning or employment opportunities if they wish to pursue them?
  8. Housing: Are seniors safe and sheltered and do they have a choice of housing design and location if their needs change?

For more information please contact Scott Means at (510) 238‐6137 or (510) 238‐3254 for TDD/TTY or email smeans@oaklandca.gov

Time

(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

North Oakland Senior Center

1714 Martin Luther King, Oakland, CA 94612

sat06oct10:00 am12:00 pmCreating Age Friendly Oakland - District 4The Oakland Mayor’s Commission on AgingJoaquin Miller Elementary School

Event Details

Join The Oakland Mayor’s Commission on Aging to find out how you, your friends, and your neighbors can help make Oakland more Age Friendly – a livable community for all ages.

Community presentations and listening sessions on the Eight Age-Friendly Domains for Livable Cities:

  1. Health & Wellness: Do supports and services provided within communities work to maintain health, independence and quality of life?
  2. Outside Spaces & Parks: Does the outside environment and public building space interact with individuals to support aging?
  3. Transportation: Do older adults have access to transportation and the ability to move around within their communities?
  4. Social Participation & Inclusion: Do seniors have access, information and the ability to participate in leisure, social, cultural and spiritual activities in the community that build relationships?
  5. Volunteering & Civic Engagement: Are there accessible opportunities to volunteer and engage in the community political process?
  6. Community Information: Do people receive timely, practical information to manage their lives, attend events, stage connected and be informed about emergency preparedness?
  7. Employment & Learning: Do older adults have access to learning or employment opportunities if they wish to pursue them?
  8. Housing: Are seniors safe and sheltered and do they have a choice of housing design and location if their needs change?

For more information please contact Scott Means at (510) 238‐6137 or (510) 238‐3254 for TDD/TTY or email smeans@oaklandca.gov

Time

(Saturday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location

Joaquin Miller Elementary School

5525 Ascot Drive, Oakland, CA 94611

sat13oct7:00 am12:00 pmCEI's PACE Setters support the Wheels for Meals Bike RideBecome a PACE Setter! Bishop Ranch

Event Details

Become a PACE Setter Today!

Join the Center for Elders’ Independence’s (CEI) PACE Setter Team to bike ride with CEI staff, board members, and donors as we proudly support our community partners, Meals on Wheels of Alameda!

CEI is committed to giving back to the communities and organizations that our Participants live in and benefit from. That’s why we are sponsoring a team of riders to help raise funds for Meals on Wheels of Alameda at their 9th Annual Wheels for Meals Bike Ride.

Everyone who registers as a PACE Setter will receive a CEI tee shirt and be part of our team photo!  Once you’ve completed registration contact Elana Sissons – esissons@cei.elders.org – with your tee shirt size and pickup availability. All shirts should be picked up in advance. Delivery options available up to one week prior to the event.

To register, visit CEI’s team page – Use Code: CEI at checkout for a 100% discount. All are invited to join us.

Happy Riding!

Time

(Saturday) 7:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location

Bishop Ranch

2600 Camino Ramon

sat13oct10:00 am12:00 pmCreating Age Friendly Oakland - District 6The Oakland Mayor’s Commission on AgingCenter for Elders' Independence - Eastmont Town Center

Event Details

Join The Oakland Mayor’s Commission on Aging to find out how you, your friends, and your neighbors can help make Oakland more Age Friendly – a livable community for all ages.

Community presentations and listening sessions on the Eight Age-Friendly Domains for Livable Cities:

  1. Health & Wellness: Do supports and services provided within communities work to maintain health, independence and quality of life?
  2. Outside Spaces & Parks: Does the outside environment and public building space interact with individuals to support aging?
  3. Transportation: Do older adults have access to transportation and the ability to move around within their communities?
  4. Social Participation & Inclusion: Do seniors have access, information and the ability to participate in leisure, social, cultural and spiritual activities in the community that build relationships?
  5. Volunteering & Civic Engagement: Are there accessible opportunities to volunteer and engage in the community political process?
  6. Community Information: Do people receive timely, practical information to manage their lives, attend events, stage connected and be informed about emergency preparedness?
  7. Employment & Learning: Do older adults have access to learning or employment opportunities if they wish to pursue them?
  8. Housing: Are seniors safe and sheltered and do they have a choice of housing design and location if their needs change?

For more information please contact Scott Means at (510) 238‐6137 or (510) 238‐3254 for TDD/TTY or email smeans@oaklandca.gov

Time

(Saturday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location

Center for Elders' Independence - Eastmont Town Center

7200 Bancroft Avenue, Suite 275, Oakland, CA 94605

sat20oct8:00 am11:00 amCEI's PACE Setters support Walk to End Alzheimer'sBecome a PACE Setter! Heather Farm Park

Event Details

Join the Center for Elders’ Independence’s (CEI) PACE Setter Team to walk with CEI staff, board members, and donors as we proudly support our community partners, The Alzheimer’s Association of the East Bay!

CEI is committed to giving back to the communities and organizations that our Participants live in and benefit from. That’s why we are sponsoring a team of walkers to help raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Association of the East Bay at their annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

Everyone who registers as a PACE Setter will receive a CEI tee shirt and be part of our team photo!  Once you’ve completed registration contact Elana Sissons – esissons@cei.elders.org – with your tee shirt size and pickup availability. All shirts should be picked up in advance. Delivery options available up to one week prior to the event.

To register, visit CEI’s team page –  All are invited to join us.

 

Time

(Saturday) 8:00 am - 11:00 am

Location

Heather Farm Park

301 N San Carlos Drive