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CARLSBAD PINE & SENIOR CENTER FOR ADULTS

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December

Grandfriends Kindness Project Thursday, Dec. 5, 3—4:30 p.m., DN Join Kids for Peace the first Thursday of each month for an intergenerational play date! Youth and seniors will partner up to complete fun acts of kindness like planting a garden, creating a gratitude jar and making treats for local firefighters. Thanks to the generosity of the Carlsbad Charitable Foundation, instruction and all supplies will be provided free of charge. You only need to bring your kind heart. All youth and seniors are welcome! Children under eight years-old should be accompanied by an adult.

Now that the hustle and bustle of the holiday season has officially arrived, let's take a moment and come together with Kids for Peace to remember 'tis better to give than receive. Youth and adults will participate in a food drive, write notes of compassion for the homeless, and sing songs of joy and peace. We hope you can join us for this beautifully meaningful and timely event.

Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Tuesday, Dec. 10, 10—11:30 a.m., #116 Alzheimer’s disease is not a normal part of aging. Join us to learn about the impact of Alzheimer's; the difference between Alzheimer's and dementia; stages and risk factors; current research and treatments available for some symptoms; and Alzheimer's Association resources. This program will help you learn: •Warning signs and symptoms •Causes and risk factors •Diagnosis and treatment •Stages of Alzheimer’s disease •Ways the Alzheimer’s Association can help

Free Hearing Screenings & CTAP Phone Distribution Event Wednesday, Dec. 11, 9 a.m.—12 noon, Lobby Audiologist, Dr. Joyce Crawford with Sonus Hearing Care Professionals, will provide free hearing screenings in conjunction with California Telephone Access Program (CTAP). This program provides specialized telephone equipment and services to residents who have an active phone line but have difficulty hearing. All hearing-impaired, eligible residents from this event will be provided with a free amplified phone on-site. Age and income level are not considered. Reservations are required. Call 760-602-4650 to reserve an appointment.

Holiday Hula Recital

Wednesday, Dec. 11, 1—2 p.m., AUD Come celebrate the holiday season with the warmth of aloha, as the students of Halau Hula 'o Pualani present their 18th annual ho'ike (recital). Wear a lei, bring your Aloha spirit and enjoy the story-telling dances of Hawai'i, performed in beautiful costumes. Doors open at 12:40 p.m. Come early as seating is limited for this free performance.

Let’s Go for a Ride: How to use Uber, Lyft and Turo

Thursday, Dec. 12, 10—11:30 a.m., #111 Learn about easy and affordable alternatives for getting around, using your smartphone or computer. Companies like Uber, Lyft and Turo are changing the way we order rides or rent cars. Different types of vehicles are available, including ones that can handle wheelchairs or car seats. We will explore how to use apps (access) for these services in a hands-on, free session. Bring your own smartphone and all your questions for this informational meeting.


Introduction to Heart Coherent Tai Chi Kung Friday, Dec. 13, 10:30—11:30 a.m., #107 A balanced, harmonious heart impacts the energies of every cell, system, and organ in the body to work coherently together. This releases even unconscious stresses and tensions in the body/mind and energizes the high energies of love, gratitude, joy & expanded awareness, leading to a fulfilling life. In this introductory presentation, attendees will learn and experience: • The value of tai chi as body/mind/spirit exercise for aging human bodies • Format & structure of classes designed to make learning easy & pleasant • Fundamental consciousness-expanding principles of heart coherence • The comfort and ease of Heart Coherent Tai Chi Kung moving meditation Richard & Renee Wing are partners in life and work and have taught Heart Coherent Tai Chi Kung classes for the past 20 years.

Guided Imagery and Meditation

Monday, Dec. 16, 11 a.m.—12 noon, #116 Guided imagery and meditation are related paths for exploring how body and mind can collaborate to create the serenity to handle pain and anxiety. Guided Imagery is an ideal tool for exploring hopes and dreams. Meditation includes a variety of strategies for quieting and centering mind, heart, and physical energy. In this class, we will explore a number of guided imagery and meditation practices to find what really works for you. This class will include some light, physical stretches and tension releases. We'll move to a brief explanation of the specific imagery or meditation practice to be explored, and then undertake a guided inner journey to a destination where you can study and explore your own inner inspirations, feelings, fantasies and fulfillment.

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Learn About SDG&E Programs Tuesday, Dec. 17, 10—11:30 a.m., #116 Join us for a free presentation from an SDG&E Representative on various changes to your SDG&E bill. Also, attendees will learn about: • Solutions to help manage your bill • Ways to save on your SDG&E bill • The New Rate Reform • Level Pay Plan • CARE program • Rebates and much more

Osher Lifelong Learning – Architecture of the Silk Road: China Wednesday, Dec. 18, 10—11:45 a.m., AUD December brings the first-part in a five-part series on the Architecture of the Silk Road, which has brought to mind the images of exotic lands, adventurous travel, inspiring cuisines and luxury goods. The lecture will focus on the architecture of Beijing, the Great Wall and Shanghai concessions. The results of contact with Indian Buddhism and the West will also be explored. Diane Kane, an architectural historian and retired Senior Planner for the City of San Diego, provides her expertise on the subject. This is a free activity, but registration is encouraged to reserve your spot. Register online in advance at www.carlsbadconnect.org.

Seaside Singers 6th Annual Holiday Concert Wednesday, Dec. 18 & Thursday, Dec. 19, 1:30 p.m., AUD Join us this holiday season for numbers that will include carols by Alfred Burt, a Hanukkah selection, a sing-a-long, The Christmas Song by Mel Torme, solo selections, a Spanish piano solo by Violeta and a concert selection of "T'was the Night Before Christmas," by Clement Moore, as presented by Fred Waring.

The (mature) 35-member voice group is backed by Jeff Sell as Director, Mark Phelps on Bass and Violeta Petrova as Pianist. The four- and five-part choral group was formed to give area residents an opportunity to sing and perform with others who share their passion for singing. Members must be able to read music and use a computer to read emails and print their own music.


The Culinary Lab

Carlsbad Newcomers host Amanda Domnitz

Wednesdays, 11 a.m.—1 p.m., PACC 2nd floor The Culinary Lab is for experimental foodies who want to

whip up fun, food, health and science to optimize an epicurean lifestyle. Become the master of your taste buds while learning the health benefits of creative and fresh grown food. Channel your culinary artist while sharpening your science acumen. The lab is located on the 2 nd floor of the Pine Avenue Community Center, 3209 Harding St, next to the Senior Center. $10 per class offered weekly.

Belly Up, Belly Down, Belly Dance! NEW! Fridays, 3:30—4:30 p.m., #107

Join us for this new Introductory into the Mid-Eastern dance class! The class will focus on isolations, rotations, circulations, balance, posture, arms and hand movements to lubricate our joints, while listening to chimes from the ancient East. Instructor, Nicki Vaccar, is knowledgeable and experienced in Middle-Eastern Belly, Greek Folk and Hawaiian dance. Senior Commission Corner

Wednesday, Dec. 4, 9:45—11:30 a.m., #111 Recently, sound healing has emerged as an alternate wellness modality. Some Doctors now prescribe sound healing therapies including drum circles and group singing. Amanda Domnitz, RN, RSH, E-RYT will share easy and fun sound-healing techniques you can use immediately for health, and connection to Source Energy. After 16 years as a Registered Nurse, Amanda is now an educator and maverick in Sound Healing. She orchestrates a Sound Healing Education Program with the faculty at the Soul of Yoga in Encinitas. Amanda focuses on empowering individuals through the experience of Sacred Sound. She is the founder and director of the Soul of Yoga Sound Institute and coowner of the gallery & studio, Sacred Sound of the Soul.

Dance: The Vidals

Thursday, Dec. 5, 1—3 p.m., PACC Gym Prizes and refreshments are graciously sponsored by Superior Home Care Services. $4.

Book Club

The book club does not meet in December but will resume their meetings in January. January’s book selection is, “The Silent Sister,” by Diane Chamberlain. The book club meets the 2nd Monday of every month and welcomes newcomers!

Movie: The Polar Express

The Senior Commission WORK PLAN will be submitted to City Council for review and approval on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 6 p.m. The next Senior Commission meeting will be held on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020. The Mission of the Senior Commission is to champion an age-inclusive environment that promotes wellness, vitality and education that leads to a vibrant quality of life. Agendas, minutes and more information are available online at: http://www.carlsbadca.gov/cityhall

Thursday, Dec. 12, 1—3 p.m., AUD A young boy's faith in the holiday spirit is revived after he makes his way by train to the North Pole on Christmas Eve in this warm-hearted computeranimated tale inspired by Chris Van Allsburg's awardwinning children's book. (Netflix summary) Cast: Tom Hanks. Free.

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December 2019 Activities Calendar

WEEKLY PROGRAMS

MONDAY 9–11 9–11 9–12 11–1 11–5 1–2 2:45–4

Writers Group **Spinal Fitness Spanish – Levels I, II & III †Better Balance & Mobility (12/2) *Elderhelp HomeShare †Better Balance & Mobility (12/2) †Functional Yoga with Guided Visualization (12/2)

TUESDAY 118 PACC 106 107 119 107 AUD

WEDNESDAY

8–11 Needlecraft 9–10 †Aerobic Dancing – Lite! (12/3) 9–10 Line Dancing – Improver 9:45–10:45 †Live Long: Do Qigong! (12/3) 10–11:30 Line Dancing –Intermediate 10:30–11:30 Garden Club 11–12 *Gentle Chair Yoga with Optional Standing Poses (NO class 12/24) 11:30–12:30 The Skinny Gene Project 12:30–4 Ping Pong 12:30–4 Bingo (NO Bingo 12/24 & 31) 1–3 Writing Our Lives 1–4 Chess 1–4 Double Deck Pinochle

106 111 PACC 107 PACC PARK

PACC PACC 107

10–1 11–12 1–3

119 107 116

9 Primordial Sound Meditation (Intro 9:15–9:30) 11:30–1:15 Line Dancing – Beginner 1:15–2:30 Line Dancing – High Beginner 3–4:15 †Gentle Yoga

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*Ask the Attorney Presentations: Understanding Alzheimer’s & Dementia *Notary Public †Chair Tai Chi Chuan

119 116 RR 107

16 11–12 *Presentation: Guided Imagery and Meditation 11:30–1:15 Line Dancing – Beginner 1–2:30 Book Club: Resumes in January 1:15–2:30 Line Dancing – High Beginner 3–4:15 †Gentle Yoga

23 †Gentle Yoga

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Senior Center closes at 3 p.m.

*CTAP Free Phone Distribution *Diet & Nutrition Counseling †The Culinary Lab †AARP Smart Driver Program Hawaiian Hula Holiday Recital

Remember to share on the WORDS OF HOPE board!

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*Low Vision Consultations

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9:45–11:45 12:30–4 12:30–4 12:45–2:30 3:30–4:30

*Elderhelp HomeShare 119 **Spinal Fitness 111 †Discover Your Inner Artist with Oil or Acrylic (12/13) 106 †Social Dance for Seniors (12/6) 106 Party Bridge AUD Ping Pong 111 Hawaiian Dance – Adv 107 Belly Up, Belly Down, Belly Dance 107

†Intermediate Watercolor Canasta Monthly Dance: The Vidals Tech Help with Teens Senior Commission Meeting Grandfriends Kindness Project †Social Dance

106 118 PACC Lobby CH DN PACC

†Intermediate Watercolor *Presentation: Let’s Go for a Ride —How to Use Uber, Lyft and Turo Monthly Movie: The Polar Express †Social Dance

106 111 AUD PACC

†”24k” Zumba Gold with Saleemah †Social Dance for Seniors

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13 9–10 †”24k” Zumba Gold with Saleemah 107 9:45–11:45 †Social Dance for Seniors 111 10:30–11:30 *Presentation: Introduction to Heart Coherent Tai Chi Kung 111 10:30–12 Stamp Collectors Meet 118

20 9–10 9:45–11:45

†”24k” Zumba Gold with Saleemah †Social Dance for Seniors

26 9:30–12:30 *Hearing Screening & Hearing Aid Adjustment Screening

Happy New Year!

Senior Center closes at 3 p.m.

Jan. 2nd 1 p.m. AUD - Save the date! Grandfriends “Launch Your Kindness” Project with Dr. Packard

Saturday Classes and Activities

Newsletter now online! Subscribe to the newsletter online. Go to: www.carlsbadca.gov/seniors and click on “sign-up for our email updates” and follow directions on screen.

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Transportation Services

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19 9–11:30 †Intermediate Watercolor 106 10–1 *HICAP Health Insurance Counseling 119 th 1:30–2:30 Seaside Singers 6 Annual Holiday Concert AUD 6–7:15 †Social Dance PACC

6 9–10 9:45–11:45

12 9–11:30 10–11:30 1–3 6–7:15

10–11:45 *Osher Lifelong Learning - Architecture of the Silk Road: China AUD 10–12 *Ask the Orthopedic Surgeon 119 11–1 †The Culinary Lab PACC th 1:30–2:30 Seaside Singers 6 Annual Holiday Concert 111

8–12 9:30–11 9:30–12:30

5 9–11:30 1–4 1:30–3:30 2–3 3–4 3–4:30 6–7:15

Lobby 119 PACC 116 AUD

Christmas Day Senior Center closed

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AUD 107 AUD 111 106 107

11 9–12 9:30–11:30 11–1 12:30–4:30 1–2

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†PiYo – Pilates/Yoga (12/5) †Aerobic Dancing - Lite! †Functional Yoga (12/5) Carlsbad Tech Users Group (2nd, 3rd & 4th Thursdays) Art Club †Chair Yoga (12/5)

1–4 3:45–4:45

FRIDAY

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17 10–11:30 Presentation: Learn About SDG&E Programs 111 11–12 †Chair Tai Chi Chuan 107 1–3 *Armchair Theatre: The Family Stone 116

116 PACC 118 PACC 107

8:45–9:45 9–10 10–11 1:30–3:30

Carlsbad Newcomers – Guest Speaker: Amanda Domnitz 111 10–1 *HICAP Health Insurance Counseling 119 11–1 †The Culinary Lab PACC 12:30–4:30 †AARP Smart Driver Program 116

10 9–2 10–11:30 10–12 11–12

PACC PACC 107

PACC 107 106 PACC 118 116 107 116 GR PACC 107 AUD 106 118 107

9:45–11:30

9:15–10:30

THURSDAY

3 *Elder Law Legal Assistance †Chair Tai Chi Chuan *Armchair Theatre: Love Actually

3–4:15

8:30–9:30 *Walking Wednesdays 9:30–10:30 †Better Balance & Mobility 9:30–11 5–in–1 Joy Class 9:30–11 **Spinal Fitness 9:30–11:30 Oriental Sumi-e Painting Club 10–11 American Sign Language – Beg. 10:45–11:45 †Better Balance & Mobility 11:30–12:30 American Sign Language – Int. 12:30–3 Mah Jongg 1–2 *Wii Bowling Wednesdays 1–2:15 *Hawaiian Dance – Beg. 1–3:15 Seaside Singers Practice 1–4 Ceramics 1–4 Sewing and Quilting Group 2:30–4 Hawaiian Dance – Int.

SPCC 106 111 AUD 106 107 118

2 11:30–1:15 Line Dancing – Beginner 1:15–2:30 Line Dancing – High Beginner 3–4:15 †Gentle Yoga


Coming January 2020!

Guided Imagery & Meditation Explore multiple levels of conscious awareness. Release and transform life burdens into lessons to be learned and blessings to be earned. Guided tension relaxation, explorations in inner spaces, and regular proactive of expanded awareness in disciplined meditation lead to healing and wellness of body, mind and spirit. The three-week class session starts Monday, Jan. 6 $31.50 residents/$35 non-residents.

Tech Help with Teens Thursday, Dec. 5, 2–3 p.m. L.I.T.E. students will be available for two 30minute sessions at the Senior Center to assist you with all your technology needs. Whether you have questions about the computer, your cell phone, or a camera, they are ready to help. Just bring in your devices and get the help you need! This is a free activity, but registration is required as space is limited. Sign-up at the front desk to reserve a spot in one of the 30-minute time slots.

Be a Friend First Project

Silver Paddles – Pickleball

Learn the fastest growing sport in North America. This one-hour class will prepare you for skills needed to play this fun social game. Instructor, Raudel Barba, Founder and Director of Coaching, United States Professional Pickleball Association, just won a gold medal in Men’s Singles in the 2019 Margaritaville USA Pickleball National Championships in November! The four-week class session starts Thursday, Jan. 2, 9 to 10:30 a.m., $54.90 resident/$61 nonresident.

Girl Scout Troop 1175 is bringing their goal of being a friend first to the Senior Center. Beginning in January, there will be five jars placed in the lobby. Each of these jars will be filled with messages meant to help uplift and shift your mood. Jars will be available for those who need a smile if they are feeling sad, angry, lonely, or anxious. You can keep the message as a reminder or pass it along to someone who may need it. Either way, the cadettes of Troop 1175 are hoping to lift your spirits in 2020 for your best year yet!

WORDS OF HOPE

Improv Your Life This class covers the basics of improvisational exercise—keeping you quick on your feet and even quicker in your brain! Based on the games from improvisational theatre guru, Viola Spolin, these games will help you to trust your instincts, while having a blast connecting with others. Starts Thursday, Jan. 30, 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Six-week classes $125.10 resident/$139 nonresident. 6 Seaside Insider

Beginning in December, the Words of Hope board will be making an appearance every day in the dining room. Participants are encouraged to write words of hope, and together with students in the L.I.T.E. program and other after school activities at the Pine Center, will build a wall of hope. Everyone is invited to add to the board as well as read what others post. Share a message of hope for others, what hope means to you, or what you hope for in the future. Inspire Carlsbad to carry hope into the New Year and across the generations!


December 2019

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

3 Texas BBQ Beef

4 Tilapia

5 Salisbury Steak

Mustard Cream Sauce Vegetable Medley Ancient Grains Spring Mix Raspberry Vinaigrette Pineapple

Sweet Potatoes Mixed Vegetables Whole Wheat Bread Fresh Fruit Armchair Theater: Love Actually 1 p.m., rm 116

Creamy Herb Sauce Green Beans Mixed Rice & Lentil Pilaf Coleslaw Pears Alternate Salad* Chef Salad, ww bread, fruit

Mashed Potatoes Gravy Spinach Whole Wheat Bread Fresh Fruit

6 BBQ Glazed Chicken Breast Potato Salad Baked Beans Whole Wheat Bread Mandarin Oranges

9 Beef Stew Carrots

10 Chicken a l’Orange

11 Roast Pork

12 French Dip, au jus’ *

California Vegetables Spring Mix Salad Mixed Rice Fresh Fruit

Mashed Potatoes, Gravy Broccoli Wholegrain Bread Peaches Alternate Salad Asian Chicken Salad,

Horseradish Sauce French Roll Greek Quinoa Salad Crudite & Dip (Raw Broccoli, Carrots) Fresh Fruit Monthly movie: 1 p.m. The Polar Express

2 Chicken Dijon

Parsley Potatoes Mixed Green Salad Whole Wheat Bread Fruit Cocktail

Mixed Greens, Cabbage, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, ww bread Fruit

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Beef Burgundy

Stuffed Peppers

Beef with mushrooms, onions, wine sauce

13 Margarita Chicken Mixed Cumin Rice Black Beans Corn Tropical Fruit

Marinara Sauce Ancient Grains Peas & Carrots Fresh Fruit Armchair theater: The Family Stone 1 p.m., rm 116

18 Gyros*

19 Meatloaf

20 Chicken Breast Patty*

Tzatziki Mixed Rice Greek Salad Tabbouleh Salad Pineapple Alternate Salad Tarragon Chicken Salad on Mixed Greens, Carrot Salad, WW Bread, Fruit

Mashed Potatoes Gravy Carrots Stewed Tomatoes Whole Wheat Bread Fresh Fruit

Mashed Potatoes Country Gravy Vegetable Medley Spring Mix, Cranberries, Feta Cheese, Vinaigrette Whole Wheat Bread Peaches

23 Chicken Piccata

24 Holiday Ham*

25 Merry Christmas

26 Meatballs*

27 Chili Con Carne

Herbed Quinoa California Vegetables Spinach Salad Pears

with Brandied Cherry Sauce

Whole Wheat Pasta Marinara Sauce Zucchini Caesar Salad Pineapple

Mixed Rice Raw Carrots with Ranch Mixed Salad Greens Mandarin Oranges

Noodles Broccoli Applesauce

Sweet Potatoes Green Beans Multigrain Bread Fresh Fruit Special Holiday Treat Armchair Theater: Christmas Vacation 1 p.m., rm 116

30 Pea Soup with Ham

31 Roast Beef

Tarragon Chicken Salad Whole Wheat Bread Spinach Salad with Cranberries Mandarins

Red Wine Sauce Scalloped Potatoes Carrots Mixed Baby Greens, Cranberries, Nuts, Feta Raspberry Vinaigrette Whole Wheat Bread Ice Cream with Fruit

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Center Closed

Christmas Day Menu subject to change *Denotes meal ≥ 1000 mg Sodium 1% milk served daily

Happy Holidays!


Carlsbad Paradise Café by the Sea 760-602-4655

The Carlsbad Senior Center serves nutritious, hot meals Monday through Friday in our Dining Room. The requested donation for seniors who are ages 60 and up is $3.50 — you need not be a city of Carlsbad resident to dine. A $5 lunch fee applies to nonsenior guests of seniors. Reservations must be made by 12 p.m. one day or up to two weeks in advance, by calling 760-602-4655. Tell us which day(s) you will be attending lunch and leave your full name and phone number. Cancellations can be made by calling 760-602-4655. Dining room seating is available at 11 a.m. and lunch is served promptly at noon. You may forfeit your lunch reservation if you do not check-in prior to 11:45 a.m. We also deliver home meals Monday through Friday to homebound seniors living in Carlsbad, for a requested donation of $4. In addition, frozen meals are available for the weekend and will be delivered on Fridays. For more information, call 760-602-4650. Transportation for lunch to and from the Carlsbad Senior Center is available Monday through Friday to Carlsbad seniors, ages 60 and up, and who are unable to drive. Transportation for medical appointments is provided Monday through Thursday. Appointments must be made in advance. For all transportation reservations, call 760-602-4650. Wednesdays, transportation is available for shopping. Call 760-602-4650 for schedule and reservations. Special transportation options are available every Tuesday for lunch & bingo, as well as the 2nd Thursday of each month for lunch and our free monthly movie.

Resources & Contacts No eligible person will be denied a meal or transportation because of failure or inability to contribute. Aging and Independence Services for assistance, information or reporting abuse ....................... 1-800-510-2020 Carlsbad Police (Non-emergency): ................................................................................................. 1-760-931-2197 Facilities Elder Abuse Ombudsman ................................................................................................ 1-800-640-4661 In Home Supportive Services, North County .................................................................................. 1-760-480-3424 Medicare Helpline .......................................................................................................................... 1-800-633-4227 Senior Shield Scam Hotline ............................................................................................................ 1-858-715-1648 North County Coastal Mental Health Services ............................................................................... 1-760-967-4475 Activities Coordinators: Patti Gebel ........................................................................................................................... 1-760-602-4653 Valerie Fisher ....................................................................................................................... 1-760-602-4654 Dining Room Reservations (24 Hours) www.carlsbadca.gov/seniors ............................................. 1-760-602-4655 Facility Reservations www.carlsbadconnect.org ............................................................................ 1-760-602-7510 Front Desk (general info & transportation) .................................................................................... 1-760-602-4650 Home Meal Delivery, Shannon Shepherd ...................................................................................... 1-760-602-4652 Elder Law Legal Assistance ............................................................................................................. 1-760-439-2535 x205 Medical Insurance Assistance (HICAP) ........................................................................................... 1-800-434-0222 ElderHelp HomeShare ..................................................................................................................... 1-858-748-9675 Hi-Noon Rotary’s Helping Hands .................................................................................................... 1-760-593-7188 Pine Avenue Community Center .................................................................................................... 1-760-434-5022 San Diego Eldercare Directory ....................................................................................................... 1-619-293-1680 Identity Theft Resource Center ...................................................................................................... 1-858-693-7935 Social Security Office ...................................................................................................................... 1-800-772-1213 Alzheimer’s San Diego .................................................................................................................... 1-858-492-4400 Grief Support Groups: griefshare.org San Diego Food Bank ...................................................................................................................... 1-858-527-1419 North County Transit District (NCTD): Bus service .......................................................................................................................... 1-760-966-6500 Lift (disabled reservation line) ............................................................................................. 1-760-726-1111 Fact Transportation Services .......................................................................................................... 1-888-924-3228

Carlsbad Senior Center | 799 Pine Avenue, Carlsbad, CA 92008 | 760-602-4650 | Mon—Fri, 8 a.m.—5 p.m. & Sat, 9 a.m.—1 p.m.

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