Huntington Senior Care Network
Huntington Senior Care Network is a nationally recognized not-for-profit
program that has helped older adults and adults with disabilities and
their families remain healthy and independent since 1984. We are a department
of Pasadena’s Huntington Hospital, a 619-bed nonprofit community
hospital that provides a full range of medical services from basic health
care to highly specialized programs.
Our community-based team includes over 30 staff and additional volunteers
and students. Together we serve more than 600 community members with the
ultimate goal of helping seniors live safely in their homes.
We recently moved to a new home on the Huntington Hospital campus. Our
upgraded office space further supports the work we do to help our community’s
older adults, adults with disabilities and family caregivers remain healthy
and independent. We look forward to continuing to serve you for years to come.
Services for seniors.
Our mission at Senior Care Network is to positively impact the health and
well-being of adults in our community throughout the care continuum. Comprised
mainly of social workers and public health nurses, the Senior Care Network
team provides our community with the following programs, resources and support:
Our programs. Senior Care Network programs include the care coordination program and our
50+ Health Connection membership program.
Support and resources. Speak to a Resource Center staff member, learn about caregiver support,
and find resources on aging for professionals, aging adults and caregivers.
Events. Senior Care Network events include Noon Hour lectures by physicians,
AARP Smart Driver events and other reservation-required special events.
Publications. Check out our 50+ Health Connection newsletter, Senior Care Network annual
reports and other publications.
For more information, call Huntington Senior Care Network at (626) 397-3110
or (800) 664-4664.
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Upcoming programs and lectures
Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 2:30-1:30 p.m.
There is a location change. Noon Hours usually take place in the Braun
Auditorium, but due to the current La Vina construction, the event has
been moved to the NORTH/SOUTH conference room in the Wingate Building.
Please enter through the main lobby to be escorted to the conference room.
All about memory – 2018 update. Drawing from the latest research studies, John Danner, LCSW, USC Memory
and Aging Center, will discuss the brain and its role in memory function,
as well as the progression of memory impairment disease.
Wednesday, June 20, 2018, 12:30-1:30 p.m. Location to be determined in
Staying active at any age. Tom Strafaci, CSCS, human performance, fitness and sports training specialist, and
Josie Roth, professional Pilates expert, will share information about Pilates and how
you can keep active at any age.
Wednesday, July 11, 2018, 12:30-1:30 p.m. Location to be determined in
Oral health as you age. Studies show a link between gum disease and health conditions such as heart
disease and diabetes. Come learn from
Allan Charles, DDS, about how improving your oral health can help improve your overall well-being.
Wednesday, July 25, 2018, 12:30-1:30 p.m. Location to be determined in
The latest on movement disorders. Neurologist
Tyler Cheung, MD, will share the latest information about diagnosis and treatment of movement
disorders, including Parkinson’s disease.
Wednesday, August 8, 2018, 12:30-1:30 p.m. Location to be determined in
Attention to our sight: glaucoma, psychiatry and oculoplastics. Join us to hear from ophthalmologists
Alice Song, MD and Julia Song, MD, about emergencies related to the eye socket, eyelids, tear ducts and
face, as well as the latest in diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma in
addition to the relationship with psychiatry.
Support the Huntington Collection and support us!
Be sure to visit our unique resale shop, Huntington Collection. We resell
beautiful donated and consignment items, with all funds raised benefiting
Huntington Hospital Senior Care Network.