Sequoia Strong™: Adults 50+
Sequoia Strong™ is your personal resource guide to healthy living in southern San Mateo County. All activities and services are personally recommended by the Sequoia Healthcare District for District residents. Most resources are free or low cost. To get started, choose a category below, or type what you are looking for into the search box!
It’s flu shot time!
The flu vaccine prevents millions of illnesses and flu-related doctor’s visits each year. Stop by your pharmacy to receive a flu shot to protect yourself and your family from the flu!
Fall Sports Leagues
Fall sports are in full swing! Check out opportunities to join community sports leagues or participate in drop-in sports like pickleball.
Upcoming Community Events
Menlo Movies in the Park
15th Annual San Mateo County Disaster Prep Day
Enjoy a Sequoia Healthcare District sponsored event with free classes, resources, and guest speakers to prepare your family for emergencies.
San Carlos Day of Service
Celebrate the city of San Carlos by participating in service projects for a day! Learn about your non-profit neighbors while lending a hand with fun projects.
Read the latest blog!
Read the latest blog!
Many of us know someone who has been impacted by Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Our lifestyles, such as what we eat, and our exercise and sleep patterns, all contribute to Alzheimer’s disease, and can be a secret weapon to boost your brain power! Based on the book by Dr. Dean and Ayesha Sherzai from Loma Linda University, this blog shares the top foods to consume and avoid to prevent and reverse cognitive decline.read more
For Urgent Assistance with Basic Needs including food, emergency housing/shelter, or utility assistance, contact your nearest Core Service Agency.
For Urgent Assistance Regarding Elder Abuse, contact the TIES Elder Abuse Helpline at 800-675-8437.
For Urgent Assistance and Advocacy Regarding Abuse in Longterm Care Facilities, contact Ombudsman Services of San Mateo County at 650-780-5707.
For Assistance with Finding Resources and Services in the Community for Adults 60+, contact Peninsula Family Service’s Information and Assistance Program at 650-780-7542 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the event of a life-threatening situation, call 911.