The Times of San Diego reported this week on San Diego Seniors Community Foundation's assessment of local senior centers. The report's findings indicate that San Diego senior centers may be unprepared for the growth of the region's senior population over the next decade.
San Diego Seniors Community Foundation President and CEO Bob Kelly appeared with Chief Programs & Community Engagement Officer Joe Gavin on the Living Better in San Diego radio show last week to discuss findings from our inaugural senior center assessment report.
Report identifies challenges and opportunities to improve San Diego senior centers to serve a modern generation of dynamic older adults and focus on their total well-being
In an op-ed for San Diego Magazine, SDSCF Founder, CEO & President Bob Kelly answers the question "What Will San Diego Look like in 2069?" with a bold prediction: some aspects of caregiving will be performed by robots.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender seniors are twice as likely to age alone and four times less likely to have children who can care for them in old age. In an op-ed for Gay San Diego, SDSCF Founder, CEO & President Bob Kelly argues it’s time to mobilize in support of LGBTQ seniors.