Senior Services Click Senior of the Year for more information on awards dinner on June 4 and nominees
|Conejo Connections |
Conejo Connections is an online, community resource directory with special sections for seniors, containing information on the following topics:
End of Life Issues
Food & Nutrition
Other, including information about pets, shopping and miscellaneous services
Go directly to Conejo Connections on the web at www.conejoconnections.org
If you know of services that need to be added or an entry that needs updating, please contact Councilonaging@toaks.org
|If you would like help using Conejo Connections or have service questions you can: |
- Stop by the City Hall lobby information desk during business hours and they will be happy to help you;
- Call Customer Service at 805-449-2290;
- Stop by the Thousand Oaks or Newbury Park Libraries and ask a librarian a the reference desk. they have access to many online databases including Conejo Connections and can help you find what you need;
- Use our "Ask a Librarian" service by calling 449-2660 Ext 5 Or chat with a librarian at www.asktolnow.tolibrary.org
|The Senior Buzz |
Council on Aging publishes a quarterly newsletter to provide information to seniors about services available to them in the Conejo Valley. Click here to view.
Senior Adult Master Plan (SAMP)
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR YOUR COMMUNITY AND YOU!
In 2009, the City of Thousand Oaks City Council approved the Senior Adult Master Plan which is now well into the implementation phase. Those who would like to find out about joining an implementation team should contact email@example.com or call 805-381-7362. Additional information can also be found in the SAMP brochure.
A special Council on Aging meeting was held on September 24, 2014 in which all members of SAMP Implementation Teams, as well as the general public, were invited to discuss the future direction of the Senior Adult Master Plan Implementation.
A Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast was held on December 11, 2014 to thank all the SAMP volunteers for their dedication and commitment to planning for the future of senior adult services in Thousand Oaks.
If you belong to a club or organization that would like a speaker for a brief presentation on the Council on Aging and the Senior Adult Master Plan please call (805) 381-7362 or e-mail, Councilonaging@toaks.org
We will provide a speaker at no cost, as well as a brief PowerPoint presentation, that fits nicely into a 15-minute time slot. Contact us today.
Other Senior Adult programs and resources
provided by the City of Thousand Oaks are:
• T. O. Transit
• Senior Residence and Day Care List 2015
• Housing Assistance Program
Senior Nutrition Lunch Program
The Conejo Recreation and Park District administers the Senior Nutrition Lunch Program - "the friendliest lunch hour in town" at the Marquee Cafe in the Goebel Senior Adult Center. The program is donation and grant funded. A new menu is featured each month. For information call (805) 381-2746; $3.00 Senior 60+; $5.00 for those under 60. Meals on Wheels and Brown Bag services are also available through Senior Concerns.
Many local retailers and restaurants offer senior discounts and do not advertise this fact. Be sure to ask when you patronize local establishments.
|For more information on senior services please contact Council on Aging Staff Liaison Francine Sprigel, (805) 381-7362 or firstname.lastname@example.org || || |