SOS Events

Senior Outreach Services Program

SOS Volunteer Remembrance Luncheon

Our Volunteer Remembrance Luncheon honors those volunteers who have passed away while also recognizing the volunteers who continue to support vulnerable elders in the community.

Special notice to our clients, patients, students, volunteers and friends

The Sanford Center for Aging is taking seriously the public health concerns about the COVID-19 (novel Coronavirus) and the special risks this poses to elders, adults living with chronic diseases, and those who work with them. While doing everything possible to avoid panic or rash action, we are taking all prudent precautions to reduce the spread of the virus. This means we are suspending all our group programs, large events and other activities, and will seek alternate ways to deliver these programs and services.

The clinical services offered in our Geriatrics Specialty Clinic will continue as usual, with necessary precautions.

Please contact us with any questions: (775) 784-4774 or sanford@unr.edu. | See complete details here.
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Special Events

Free Education Talks

SOS sponsors educational presentations throughout the year on a variety of topics related to elders and aging. These education talks are held at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), 604 West Moana Lane, Reno. Breakfast and networking begins at 9 a.m. The presentation is from 10-11 a.m. Breakfast at these events is sponsored by Kindred Hospice.

Upcoming Education Talks

April - Improving your Well-Being through Community Connections: Impact Your World from the Inside Out! Life isn't always smooth sailing. What is your personal SOS when you are in choppy water? Through an interactive discussion, Sue helps you enjoy more Simplicity, Openness and Serenity to connect with yourself and others.

Sue will share the following techniques for sailing in rough seas: Grounding, Intention, Serenity Practices, Positive Statements and Self-Care.

Presenter: Sue Cacibauda, RN, BS, LMT, BHSP. Sue is a registered nurse and a graduate of the four-year Brennan School of Healing. As a professional healing practitioner, Sue empowers her clients to experience more peace, balance and harmony in their lives.

DATE: Tuesday, April 14, 2020

TIME: 9 a.m. networking and light breakfast sponsored by Morning Star Senior Living of Sparks. The panel discussion will start at 9:50 a.m.

PLEASE REGISTER: Let us know by Friday, April 10, if you will attend by calling (775) 784-7506 or email sinaw@unr.edu

Remembrance Luncheon

Senior Outreach Services holds an annual Volunteer Remembrance Luncheon to honor those volunteers who have passed away, remembering the legacy they left behind, while also recognizing the volunteers who continue to support vulnerable elders in the community. You can view photos of the previous volunteer remembrance luncheons here.