Older adults can come to SCS for educational and fitness classes and other opportunities to stay healthy. We also provide support for seniors facing physical or cognitive impairments and for their family caregivers.
People living with physical limitations or dementia can sustain their health and independence through our personalized services. We offer help that enables them to care for themselves and maintain their homes.
Nick Gulotta, the Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit Queens Borough Director, Jonathan Soto, CFCP Executive Director, and Ben Anderson, Children's Defense Fund-NY Director of Health Policy discussed policy, options, and advocacy at the "Keep Families Covered" Community Forum.
The Third Annual Sunnyside Post Mile, set for October 14, is organized by the Sunnyside Post and the Woodside-Sunnyside Runners group, and is open for people of all ages to either walk or run in a course through the streets of Sunnyside.
The New York Department for the Aging (DFTA), under the leadership of Mayor Bill de Blasio, on Wednesday launched Age-Friendly NYC: New Commitments For a City For All Ages, which serves as a guide of City programs and initiatives that are designed to enrich the lives of older New Yorkers.