Attend Senior and Disability Survival School!
Learn about healthcare, transportation, benefits, & housing and know your rights!
Senior and Disability Survival School is a program of Senior and Disability Action.
Upcoming classes–Please call Sarah Jarmon at (415) 546-1333 ext. 307 to register
Fridays March 3, 10, 17, 24
Excelsior Library 4400 Mission Street
Spanish and Chinese translation provided
Fridays May 5, 12, 19, 26
Francis of Assisi 350 Guerrero
Spanish and Chinese translation available
Tuesdays July 11, 18, 25, August 1
Our work is to bring useful & accessible information to seniors and people with disabilities throughout San Francisco. Utilizing presentations, discussions, and popular education activities, Senior and Disability Survival School trains seniors and adults with disabilities to effectively access vital community resources and to exercise their rights when they do. Each session of Senior and Disability Survival School includes presentations from a variety of service providers, agency representatives, and advocates. Classes are free of cost and are offered in neighborhoods throughout San Francisco. To date, Senior and Disability Survival School has trained over 2700 seniors and people with disabilities. We have translated our classes and materials into nine languages including Spanish, Cantonese, Russian, and Tagalog. Our graduates become strong advocates for themselves and for their communities. For more information about Senior and Disability Survival School, or to find out about upcoming sessions, please contact Sarah at 415 546-1333 x 307.