Senior Coastsiders aims to support the "successful aging" of seniors living in Coastside communities. The…More organization provides case management to seniors and their families in regards to housing, social services, health insurance and daily living. Those with disabilities do not have to pay for case management services.
Meals are provided at low cost at the organization's Dining Center, while those who are homebound can sign up for the Meals on Wheels program.
Seniors who are too old or frail to maintain or repair their living residences can sign up for assistance from a service managed by Senior Coastsiders.
Classes are also available: physical activity (from Pilates to walking the Coastside trail), all types of writing (poetry, memoir, creative) and arts and crafts. There's even a Spanish language class.
The Seniors Coastsiders Thrift Store on 515 Kelly Ave. (in Half Moon Bay next door to Shoreline Station) helps to raise operating funds.
Located next door to the Police Department, the Ted Adcock Community Senior Center serves many purposes in Half Moon…More Bay.
The Community Senior Center houses the offices of the city's Recreation Department, the City Council chamber, and meeting rooms for city committees and commissions. The six meeting rooms can be rented by the public for temporary use as well.
Residents can also enroll in a number of classes for personal enrichment through the Recreation Department. Classes include jewelry making, watercolor painting, music, meditation and sewing. Many of these classes meet at the Community Senior Center. More unusual classes exist as well, such as the Basics of Selling on Ebay and Dog Training. Residents can apply to teach their own class.
Exercise classes are also available. Jazzercise and dance classes are held at the Community Senior Center, and the Recreation Department offers classes in basketball, soccer, kayaking, tai chi, yoga, flag football, tennis and ice hockey.
A limited number of scholarships are awarded to those who cannot afford to pay for class registration fees. However scholarships cannot be applied toward class supplies.
The Senior Coastsiders organization is also based at the Community Senior Center.
Senior Coastsiders Thrift Store 515 Kelly St, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Completely staffed by volunteers, Next to New Thrift Shop's proceeds support seniors who live on the coast through…More programs provided by Senior Coastsiders. There are plenty of treasures to browse through when you visit this store -- clothing is sorted into men's, women's and children's sections. Ladies are sure to be interested in the rack dedicated to designer brand and new clothing. Glass-fronted display cases show off jewelry and collectibles, and there is a nice window display of eye-catching glassware. Other items include baskets, small furniture items and outdoor garden accessories.
Coastside Adult Day Health Center 645 Correas St, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Since 1982, this business has been providing activities and health services to seniors. Services include nursing and…More personal care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, case management, stimulating group activities, psychological counseling, nutritional counseling, caregiver respite and support groups for clients and caregivers. There is also an in-house memory enhancement program designed specifically for clients who have Alzheimer's or dementia. Seniors must be enrolled in the center; drop-ins are not allowed.