Little House, Roslyn G. Morris Activity Center

 

Little House Activity Center 

The culture of Little House is to fill each day with a balance of health & wellness, intellectual stimlation, and socialization. We provide a way of life based on the belief that no matter what their age:

  • People have not done all the things they would like to do
  • They have not met all the people they care to know
  • They have not contributed all they could to the health and well-being if their community        

 Click Here for Monthly Program Calendar


                                  Join us on February 11th

          Valentine's Day Dinner and Dance!

  Enjoy a Wonderful Evening of Fine Dining and Dancing to Live Music - click here for details


  

 

News & Announcements

Minding Our Elders: Steps to take when planning for future caregiving

Dear Carol: I’m an only surviving adult child. My parents, who are in their late 70s, have been healthy and active all of their lives. They have no trouble keeping track of their medications. They haven’t fallen and don’t have memory problems beyond what you’d expect with age. Even then, as I see the years ...READ MORE
US deaths from Alzheimer’s disease rise significantly

From: dailymail.com; by AFP PUBLISHED: 06:19 EST, 9 December 2015 Nearly 10,000 more people died of Alzheimer’s disease in the United States last year than in 2013, a significant rise of 8.1 %, according to US health data released Wednesday. Global health authorities have warned that cases of Alzheimer’s — the most common form of dementia — would ...READ MORE
Aging in America, Through Immigrant Eyes

by Chris Kenrick , Palo Alto Online Monday, August 10, 2015. In this book on aging, Stanford geriatrician, and his biologist wife, share observations that Americans can learn from more “traditional societies” around the world when it comes to the treatment of older people, says Mehrdad Ayati, a Stanford University geriatrician, who grew up in Iran. Arriving ...READ MORE
Karae Lisle Appointed CEO for Peninsula Volunteers, Inc.

Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. (PVI) has  announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Karae Lisle as its Chief Executive Officer and member of the Board of Directors. “During this time of transformation, there is no better person to lead PVI than Karae Lisle” said Anna Marie Janky, President and Chair of the Board of Directors.  “Karae ...READ MORE
Volunteering – It’s What We Do!

Looking for a way to give back to the community? Peninsula Volunteers is always looking to provide those opportunities. Check out our current volunteer openings below at Little House: Community Services Desk – Provide information and referrals about issues such as housing, food, transportation and other social services over the phone or in person. Front ...READ MORE

Partnerships


Pacific Stroke Association Hosts Support Program at Little House

For more information about these meetings, please click here

 

Sequoia Healthcare District

 Living Healthy Program forms weekly walking group at Little House. Learn more here.

 

 

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