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Senior Lunches TO GO!

The Veterans Memorial Senior Center will be providing senior (60+) lunch pick-up Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Due to demand, lunches will only be made available to Redwood City Residents

Please Call (650) 780-7259 to make your reservation and hear the daily menu option. Seniors must make their reservation by 7pm the night before to get a meal the next day.

We offer curbside pick up at the Veterans Memorial Senior Center (1455 Madison Ave.) or home delivery throughout Redwood City and Redwood Shores.


Need to Talk?  

Need to let us know that you need help?  Need someone to talk to? Know of a senior in need? 

Please call or email us! Contact Anna Carlos, (650) 780-7270 or (650) 670-2206. 

Reach out to us, send an email or a voicemail, and we'll listen to what you need and/or set up a time to talk over the phone.


Senior Care Concerns

Ombudsman Services of San Mateo County, Inc. is committed to working with residents, families, facilities and stakeholders to create a community dedicated to protecting the rights of all residents living in long term care in San Mateo County. We create immediate change for residents through our hands on advocacy efforts addressing issues that range from quality of care issues to egregious abuse. 

Phone: (650) 780-5707
Email:  |  Website:
Crisis Line at (800) 231-4024


Stay Healthy & Active 

  • Stay in touch with Scott & Sang of our Adaptive P.E. Program's YouTube channel with videos for seniors and those who need modified gentle exercise. Videos up currently for Adaptive Yoga, Neuromuscular Parkinsons Training, Evening Weight loss, and Circut Class.

  • Need a therband workout? Download Adaptive P.E.'s theraband workout, here.

  • Meditation & mindfullness at Audio only. Click here.

  • TV channels PBS and KPJK (channel 17) have Sit and be Fit shows at 7am and 9:30am if you want to follow along with seated exercises. 

  • Try doing some moderate paced walking in your home hallway or neighborhood to keep your aerobic conditioning up.

  • Exercise equipment for home use can be ordered on-line.