If you have a service-related disability, the members of the Edmund Parrot Chapter 16 invite you to join our chapter. The DAV is dedicated to a single purpose: Building Better Lives for All of Our Nation’s Disabled Veterans and their families. This is done through our core values of service, quality, integrity and leadership in representation and advocacy services, now and in the future.
Through the active collaboration of the Veterans Memorial Senior Center staff and the Redwood City Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Department, the important role of advocacy for seniors and their stakeholders is promoted. Consistent with the documented direction of the Strategic Plan of Redwood City Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Department and the commitment of the VMSC, the Center continues to grow in its effectiveness as a valued community institution.
The Center provides a pivotal range of services to the older community of Redwood City. These services focus on programs, activities, and information dedicated to and available for to the growing multi-cultural aging population, their caregivers and families.The commitment of The Veterans Memorial Senior Center is to provide inclusive programs that enhance the older population in Redwood City focusing on health and wellness through a variety of social events, expressive arts, nutrition, fitness, educational, and recreational classes; plus social services support. It is our goal to create a quality program in partnership with older adults and people with disabilities in order to promote social activity, good health, preserve dignity and protect the quality of life of our patrons.
A typical day at the Center a participant might join in many of the following listed programs.
We welcome everyone to join us and discover Redwood City’s best kept secret - the Veterans Memorial Senior Center.
Location: Goldstar Room
11:00am - 12:00pm