Recent Fire Safety Fair by Sunnyside Community Connectors

Sunnyside Community Connectors recently held a Fire Safety and Emergency Preparedness Fair. More about this community organization here: https://www.facebook.com/CommunityLivingCampaign/

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Supervisor Yee (center), Lt. Jonathan Baxter, SFFD (fourth from left), Michael Wong, CYC Program Director (third from left) and the Community Youth Center staff
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Mary Notch,  Product Safety Investigator, US Consumer Product Safety Commission, and Inspector Darrel Stone, SFFD.

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Jan 15: Fire Safety and Emergency Preparedness Fair at Sunnyside

Fire Safety and Emergency Preparedness Fair on Wednesday January 15th, 11 AM – 2 PM, at 419 Hearst Avenue (Edna).

Sponsored by Sunnyside Community Connectors. Educational material, demonstrations, and free giveaways of smoke alarms and handcrank flashlight-radios.

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From Sunnyside Community Connectors: Aging with Style series

Sunnyside Community Connectors invites you to AGING WITH STYLE Part One this Wednesday at 10:30am at St. Finn Barr (Edna and Hearst Street)
Join facilitators Juliet Rothman, PhD a social worker specializing in cultural and ethical considerations in Aging and Melaine Grossman, PhD a licensed social worker for a two-part workshop on Aging in Style!]

You are welcome to attend one, both…up to you! All we need is you! Just show-up and explore.

The Community Living Campaign, “Changing Strangers into Neighbors, and Neighbors into Friends”  Continue reading “From Sunnyside Community Connectors: Aging with Style series”

New for seniors: Aging and Disability Resource Center

From Sunnyside Community Connectors: Now available for seniors: Every month on the third Monday (9-11 AM), the Aging and Disability Resource Center will be at St Finn Barr Auditorium (415 Edna St/Hearst) to help you with information and assistance on a range of issues–and it is free!:

  • In home support
  • Health and wellness
  • LGBT programs & services
  • housing and shelter
  • Translation services
  • Food and nutrition
  • Transportation
  • Caregiver assistance
  • Benefits
  • Other community resources

For more about the available services, which come through the City and County of San Francisco, please visit this site: https://www.sfhsa.org/services/access-empowerment/aging-and-disability-resource-centers

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Oct 30: La Casa de las Madres event

From Sunnyside Community Connectors:

OCTOBER is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Join Sunnyside Community Connectors as they host: La Casa de las Madres 

  • Wednesday October 30th at 10:30 AM
  • St. Finn Barr Auditorium, 415 Edna Street (at Hearst).

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Free program on Sept 18: Learn about Vial of Life

vial-of-life_2019_09Sunnyside Community Connectors is holding an informational session of the Vial of Life program. Learn about how individuals can have their complete medical information ready in their home for responder personnel to use during an emergency.

This easy-to-use Vial provided crucial medical information when a patient is not able to speak or remember this information. The Vial program is easy to implement and you can do it this to protect yourself in the event of an emergency. More here: http://www.vialoflife.com/how_to_use_the_vial_of_life/

  • Date: Wednesday September 18th
  • Time: 10:30 AM
  • Place: St Finn Barr Hall, 415 Edna Street (Hearst)
  • Questions? Patti Spaniak patti@sfcommunityliving.org

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