Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • The Healing Power of Pets

    Our animal companions bring us friendship, comfort, unconditional love and a myriad of health benefits. Research shows that having a bond with an animal at home makes people more fit, less stressed and happier. For example, studies have found that: ■■ Having an animal companion, especially a dog, lowers your risk for heart disease and helps […]

  • Caring for Your Teeth as You Age

    There is no reason you can’t take your own teeth well into old age, as long as you take care of them properly. The rules are the same as they have been your entire life: ■ Brush twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush.■ Floss between your teeth once a day.■ Don’t smoke or use […]

  • Appreciating our Volunteers

    During Volunteer Week, we want to take the opportunity to formally thank all of our selfless volunteers. The countless hours they give to our senior community help us in providing the dignity and support our seniors need to do the things that matter most to them. On Lok pioneers programs for older adults that promote […]

  • San Francisco Mayor Breed and Community Leaders Support Mission Nutrition Meals Program Launch at 30th Street Senior Center

    San Francisco Mayor London Breed and other community leaders joined On Lok staff, friends and supporters at our Mission Nutrition kick-off event last November. The gathering took place at the 30th Street Senior Center, home base of the Center’s popular meal program, to celebrate the continued expansion of community and home-delivered meal services, now served […]

  • On Lok Celebrates!

    The On Lok Celebrates! gala will be held on May 17 at San Francisco’s Metreon! Enjoy live entertainment, an open bar, food tastings from Bay Area chefs and a host of live auction items. Our program, from 6-10 p.m., will feature Emmy Award-winning host Liam Mayclem. The auction highlight will be a one week stay […]

  • Facts about our PACE Program

    Our On Lok Lifeways PACE Program has served more than 1,700 Bay Area seniors with services to empower them to live at home and in the community for as long as possible.

  • Personal Preparedness Plan

    Follow the steps listed below to create your family’s Disaster Preparedness Plan. Knowing what to do is your best protection and your responsibility.