Interested in learning about the Binational Social Work Conference, age-friendly community and other project updates, mental health resources, and opportunities for engagement? Explore SPI’s most recent newsletter.
Despite projected budget shortfalls, a Scan Foundation analysis concluded that the budget proposal did not call for significant cuts to health and social service programs serving older adults. Notable exceptions include the temporary elimination of the Accessory Development Unit (ADU) program and the absence of new funding for affordable housing development. Nevertheless, the proposed budget does include some new programs…
Learn about the newest age-friendly communities and access resources around aging, HOPE, and human trafficking. Access the full January 2023 newsletter HERE
In SPI’s December newsletter you find various new resources and discussions of new national initiatives and reports and learn about SPI’s partnership with United Parents. Click HERE to access the full newsletter.
This newsletter provides updates on SPI’s Age-Friendly Communities work, the 2021-22 Annual Report of CA’s Citizen Review Panels, and some of the newest research how COVID-19 impacts ACES, and much more! Click HERE to access the full newsletter.
SPI facilitates Listening Sessions in Solana Beach and SDSU shares a new website for the Center of Excellence in Aging and Longevity, a new collaborative effort with SPI. Check out the August 2022 SPI newsletter HERE
Explore highlights of SPI’s work and check out new resources HERE
Explore SPI’s June 2022 Newsletter and learn about the recent National CRP Conference, explore new resources on Aging and on Child Development, and find out about upcoming events, such as the Solana Beach AFC Listening Sessions and the second round of certification training for Community Health Workers. Access full newsletter HERE
Explore SPI’s March 2022 Newsletter HERE