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Community Partners & Volunteering

Want to work with Aging & Independence Services (AIS) to improve the lives of seniors and those with disabilities? Let AIS connect you to the many ways you can give back to the community and stay informed.

Get Involved

Social Participation Resources

Visit the following pages for ideas on how to connect with others, volunteer work, and more:

Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) & Senior Volunteers in Action (SVA)

Give, grow, and volunteer. Make an impact in many different fields. Join other older adults who are working to make a difference in San Diego.

Long-Term Care Ombudsman

Become an ombudsman and visit long-term care sites to make sure residents get the best care. Help provide a voice for those who are unable to speak for themselves.

Fall Prevention Task Force

AIS funds the San Diego Fall Prevention Task Force. Join the task force and learn more about preventing falls. You can reduce your risk of falling by joining a fall prevention program.

Intergenerational Programs

Offers people of all ages a place to share their knowledge and skills. Programs can include mentoring, gardening, games and more.

Health Promotion Committee

Advises AIS on ways to help older adults remain independent. To join email the health promotion team or call 858-495-5500.

AIS Advisory Council

Serves as the voice of the community. Become a member and provide your thoughts.

Aging Roadmap/Age Well San Diego

The Aging Roadmap guides our efforts to meet the needs of older adults. Join an  Age Well Team  and provide your input.

Community Action Networks

Help advocate for older adults and adults with disabilities. Sign up to get an email with meeting dates and times.

Caregiver Coalition

Offers resources to support you as a caregiver. They meet monthly to plan events and hold forums.

Stay Informed

Community Presentations

AIS Outreach & Education Team offers presentations on age-related topics. Some topics include mental health, proper use of medicines, financial abuse, and advance care planning.

For more information call 858-505-6300 or send us an email.