#EndAgeismSF: Ageism Ends with Action 
Keep looking for San Francisco's EndAgeism.com advertising on bus shelters, light poles, social media, and more.  And take action yourself to help reframe how we talk about the strengths that endure throughout our lives:
  1. Like and follow the  EndAgeismSF Facebook group
  2. Visit EndAgeism.com and take the pledgeSign up for emails with tips on how to share the Reframing Aging message.
  3. Visit SF Senior Beat for profiles on some of the older San Franciscans featured in the campaign advertising: Susie Tyner, Chet Peeples, and Marianne Spencer
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Action Builds Movement
Masterplan on Aging Deliberations Move Forward
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Following the big San Francisco kickoff event, the statewide efforts to create a Masterplan on Aging roll forward.  Meetings and deliberation are open to the public on-line and via call-in line at this website.
The next in-person meeting of the statewide group (and folks can call in to hear the proceedings) is  January 21, 2020: 10:00am-3:00pm at 1414 K Street, Sacramento.  Sign-on to receive emails directly here . Read background  material provided by the SCAN Foundation entitled  Elevating Voices - Strategic Recommendations for the California Masterplan on Aging.    
SAC webinar-only meeting Wednesday, December 18 from 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Here is the latest version of the   MPA Framework document . This is a work in progress, so it may go through a few more revisions before finalized.  Here is a Recommendation Template to systemically capture recommendations from the subcommittees and focus forums.  The deadline for " initial " recommendations is  Friday, Dec.13  via  engage@aging.ca.gov.
Election Results Positive - Housing Bond & More 
Proposition A the Housing Bond, YES A, scores a solid win in November at 71%. 
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D1: 66%  
D2: 64% 
D3: 73% 
D4: 55%  
D5: 82%
D6: 76% 
D7: 58%   
D8 : 76% 
D9:  77%  
D10: 69%   
D11: 61%
Citywide 71%
However, voters in some Supervisor Districts showed stronger support than others, showing we have more work to do to increase the amount of affordable, accessible housing for all.
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And DAAS has become DAS, thanks to voter approval - the new name is Department of Disability and Aging Services.
Because of the holidays, the next DFC meeting will be December 11 from 2:30 to 4:30 at ILRC, 825 Howard St. Agenda will include what's next with the housing bond, the progress on the new SOS housing subsidy program, the End Ageism Campaign and more. 
CLC Events & Activities 
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Senior Beat Tells Great SF Stories
More great stories on SF Senior Beat! 
You can help support Senior Beat with a donation through a Go Fund Me site Visit  www.sfseniorbeat.com or "like" their facebook page to learn about new  articles when posted.  
And check out SF Senior Beat's  calendar of local events and add your organization's events
Sidewalk Hazards can be reported by calling 311 
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The late Mayor Lee & The Giants' Lou Seal Team Up in SF311's "Everyone's the Mayor" Video
The CLC Sidewalk Search Party hopes that you will use the City's 311 service to report sidewalk hazards and other problems. You can simply dial 311 or better yet, download the "app" on your phone.  That way, you can take a photo and send, because sometimes a picture is worth 1000 words.   The more people who report, the more data we have to get the City to keep on top of sidewalk accessibility around construction zones. Join us at our next meeting on  Monday, December 16, 1:00 to 2:30 at the CLC Office, 1663 Mission Suite 525.  Contact  jennifer@sfcommunityliving.org .  
CLC Highlights Community Networks 
Always Active & CLC Community Connectors
Promoting Wellness and Friendship  - One Network at a Time 

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Holiday Celebrations in the Networks
Check out a calendar of activities in each of the following communities. 
Thanks to all the CLC Community Connectors who make these celebrations possible!

Our newsest network, Crocker Amazon Community Connectors, will begin hosting activities in January. If you know folks who might be interested from that neighborhood.
St. Francis Square Co-op Community Living Campaign Committee is getting ready to celebrate its 10th Anniversary on  December 8 from 3:00 to 5:00
Senior Power is growing quickly.   Their next meeting is Thursday, December 14 at 10:00am.
For more info on Community Connector networks, contact Patti Spaniak  at (415) 821-1003 ext. 106 or  patti@sfcommunityliving.org .
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More November CLC Presentations & Workshops 
CLC is offering a whole host of interactive and informative workshops.  In addition to our Always Active sessions, there is chair yoga and dance, tai chi, walking groups, holistic fall prevention, technology help desks, and so much more. And join these special December events: 

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Rock Music History - Join Rock Historian Richie Unterberger for this month's presentation with discussion and vintage clips of ten famous Soul Music Great 
Performers on Thursday, December 5 from 6:00 to 7:30 at Crocker Amazon Clubhouse, 799 Moscow at Italy.   Flyer with more details here.   

Holistic Fall Prevention - New CLC workshop is making the rounds of the CC Networks.  All welcome to join  on Tues. December 11 at 415 Edna Street with Sunnyside Community Connectors.   Download a flyer here or contact Estelle@sfcommunityliving.org. 
Aging In Style is back - a fashion workshop to explore your personal style at Sunnyside Community Connectors at St. Finn Barr's, 415 Edna Street.  
Session 1: November 20, 10:30 a.m
Session 2: December 4, 10:30 a.m
Download a flyer here or contact Olivia@sfcommunityliving.org. 

Understanding Your Transportation Options
Learn about all the transportation choices and tools to get you where you need to go!   Wednesday, December 11, 2:40 with Midtown Terrace Community Connectors, 250 Laguna Honda Blvd.  Presented by SFMTA Para-transit program.  Download a flyer with more information here

For more information, contact Patti Spaniak at (415) 821-1003 ext. 106 or  patti@sfcommunityliving.org
Senior Power Can Get You Moving in Many Ways
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FREE workshop for seniors, their families, friends & caregivers to learn of SFMTA's Services for Seniors &  People with Disabilities  Thursday, November 14, 10:00 am at the Taraval Police Station, 2345 24th  Avenue.   Guest speaker Kate Fitzpatrick, Mobility Specialist, will discuss how to utilize the SF Paratransit Program, Shop-A-Round to grocery stores & Van Gogh Shuttle to cultural & social events to reduce social isolation. Handouts, Qigong exercises & raffle prizes. Check out Senior Power's new website at www.sfseniorpower.com.   For more information, contact Margaret Graf at  opoygan1@yahoo.com or 415-652-4751.
CLC Employment and Learning Opportunities 
Check Out Current SF ReServe Job Opportunities 

The following are open positions with organizations around the City - click this link to be more information.   
Learn more about these and other work opportunities at a friendly  " First Impressions" sessions. To get on the list for the next one,  contact John Edmiston at 
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And earn income while helping your
community! The US Census is still recruiting people for positions to assist with the Census. Go here to apply .
More Events and Resources To Know About 
CLC Computer Lab: Something for Everyone 
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We welcome older adults and people with disabilities to use our computer lab at 1663 Mission Street most weekdays. We are also expanding our tutoring and training in Cantonese and Mandarin in our office on Fridays from 1:00 to 3:00 with help from Wand a. 
Download flyer with a list of all other Wanda's sessions around the City.
Email estelle@sfcommunityliving.org for more information. 
We continue to provide computer training and support in the Bayview at the Bayview library.  The upcoming dates are December 5 and 19 at the Linda Brooks-Burton Branch at 5075 3rd St. Email ckw.webconnect2018@gmail.com for more info. 
First Saturday for Your Health with Rafiki
Join Rafiki Coalition for Health and Wellness as they present a Saturday morning
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neighborhood health party that's good for your mind, body and soul!  This Saturday, December 7 from 8:45 to 12:00 noon at the Rafiki Wellness Center, 601 Cesar Chavez Street.  CLC staff will be part of a table conversation about building community.  Other sessions include Healthy Hearts, Complementary Alternative Medicine, Cooking for Life.   Download a flyer here for more information.  
IHSS Program Facing Major Deadline 
As you may know, there is a new Federal mandate that requires all In-Home
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Supportive Services (IHSS) recipients and their care providers to enroll in an Electronic Timesheet System (ETS) by June 30, 2020. This means the City needs to enroll over 45,000 IHSS recipients and their care providers into ETS in the next 7 months!
The City and County of San Francisco Department of Disability & Aging Services is hosting in-service presentations on ETS for community service providers. This in-service presentation will educate you on how to help our mutual clients who receive IHSS and their care providers with the new system. 
Dec. 12, 2019 3:00 - 4:30pm   or    Jan. 9, 2020 10:00 - 11:30am 
170 Otis Street, Born Auditorium   
Please sign-up for a session at Eventbrite: https://ihssevv.eventbrite.com.

IHSS Providers and Recipients can attend targeted workshops - download flyers with dates here English, Vietnamese, Spanish, Tagalog, Chinese and Russian
If you would like more info, please contact   Luciana.Tsay@sfgov.org.
Adaptive Technology at the SF Public Library
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Do you need adaptive technology to be able to use a computer at the SF Public Library? Your local librarian can help or contact the Access Services Manager, Marti Goddard, at Marti.goddard@sfpl.org or (415) 557-4557.  
"About Us" Essays on Disability at the  Library
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About Us: Essays from the Disability Series of the New York Times is a new anthology co-edit by Rosemarie Garland-Thomson and Peter Catapano featuring all writers with disabilities. Meet some of the contributors on Sun., December 15, 2:00 to 5:00 at the SF Public Library, 100 Larkin St. ASL interpreters and Real-time Captioning will be provided. For other accommodations, contact Marti.Goddard@sfpl.org. 
The Amazing Effects of Gratitude
The Amazing Effects of Gratitude
Neuroscience Reveals... 
Gratitude Literally Rewires Your Brain to be Happier
The season of giving is upon us and we have heard about research that says that giving is good for your health.  And now we know more about how expressing gratitude can further this healthful benefit.  Read more here
So from us to you - our heartfelt thanks! Pass It On!
About the Community Living Campaign

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The Community Living Campaign (CLC) works to bring community, joy,  learning, and health to seniors and people with disabilities in San Francisco.  We seek to empower older people and adults with disabilities to come together, organize, and use our many skills and interests to reduce isolation and end economic and other barriers to aging in our own homes and neighborhoods. Learn more.