Programs and services
The Ramona Community Center, located in Ramona's Community Park, is home to Pacific Educational Facilities, Inc. (PEF, Inc. DBA the Ramona Senior Center) and its activities.
Nutrition Services includes a lunch program on site for a suggested donation of $5.00. Our Nutrition Advisory Council and other outreach services include information and referrals and the distribution of bread and other baked goods. We also conduct nutrition information (diabetes) seminars, a healthy snack program, controlling your cholesterol and others as they become available.
Health screening and services include blood pressure screening, flu shots, Alzheimer support group and low impact aerobics.
Educational and Social Programs include classes for quilters, computer lab, bingo, 500+ volume library, bridge group, writing classes and a travel club, The Ramona Ramblers. We also celebrate birthdays and holidays.
Transportation is provided for seniors who live in the local area who desire to come to our center for lunch for a suggested donation of $1.00 each way.
Volunteer opportunities provide service to The Senior Center. This offers leadership opportunities, meaningful work, a chance to learn new skills and a chance to brush up on old ones.
All of the programs provide a context for making friends, an essential element in maintaining health and independence. The isolation that many seniors experience when they retire or move from their friends and their support system to be nearer their children or when a spouse passes or when their own health begins to fail, can be debilitating. Strong networks and a social system are key elements to breaking through the isolation and generating connections prolongs independent living and well-being.