Rosener House

Life IS Better with Rosener House
      For You and Your Family!

  • Promoting Health and Independence

  • Stimulating Social Environment

  • Respite and Peace of Mind for Families

Directions to Rosener House

Thanks to all who attended our Open House!

If you missed our Open House, please continue to read, below...

We invite you to visit Rosener House to see if the program would be good for you and your family. Call to arrange a visit: 650-322-0126.

We are open Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 5:30pm.

Answers to your questions about Rosener House: 


News & Announcements

Why sleep may be far more important than you think

November 10, 2015 Sleep could be the missing link in dementia By Mark Taylor, Chicago Tribune   Mom was right. Getting a good night’s sleep may prove even more important to long-term health than our parents advised. Scientists already have documented connections between sleep loss and memory problems, which explains why many schools are starting ...READ MORE
Dementia Awareness: A Path for Families – Continued

After the initial success of the Dementia Awareness discussion at Rosener House, there will be two more opportunities to engage on this subject, with a panel of experts, including Rosener House’s own Florence Marchik, MSW. The dates are: Part I: Friday, November 6, from 8:00 – 9:30 PM An esteemed panel of Bay Area experts ...READ MORE
Rosener House Walkers Tops in Fighting Alzheimers

Ranked the top fund raiser in California and #12 in the entire nation, Peninsula Volunteers “Rosener House Walkers” team gathered at San Francisco’s Fort Mason Great Meadow on Saturday, September 19th, for the annual Alzheimer’s Association “Walk to End Alzheimer’s®” . Participants in the walk included members of the Peninsula Volunteers, Rosener House staff members, ...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
Peninsula Volunteers Receives two Grants from Sequoia Healthcare District

July 1, 2015-Menlo Park, CA—Two grants totaling $155,00 have been awarded by the Sequoia Healthcare District today to Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. for its Meals on Wheels (MOW) program and Rosener House Adult Day Services. “These two generous grants will help us continue to fund our hugely successful Meals on Wheels program and our Rosener House ...READ MORE

What's Coming

Dementia Awareness: A Path for Families. October 8, from 7:00 to 8:30 at Rosener House, for more information, click here
  • Learn how to Recognize the Signs of Dementia
  • Understanding Symptoms and Behaviors
  • Accessing Resouces & Support Available for Caregivers

Join us for classes led by professional staff, information sessions with our social work staff, Registered Nurse and therapists.


How You Can Help

Our Wish List

  • Donate iPods for our Music and Memory program
  • Donate music CDs for our Music and Memory program 
  • Flexor Exercise Bike
  • Portable 3' x 4' Whiteboard
  • Watercolor paints and paper, artist easels, mat boards for framing
  • Travel and Cooking "Coffee Table" Books
  • New or Gently used IPads (up to 6)