Story 49: One Solution to the “Silver Tsunami”
July 9, 2018
Marin County is home to more older adults, as a percentage of the population, than any other county in the state. Although the county is known as an enclave of wealth, thousands live at or near the poverty level. In this week’s story, hear about an exciting new development helping to address the ‘silver tsunami’ in…
Story 25: Preserving the Past
July 7, 2018
The Altenheim (translation: German Old People’s home) first opened its doors to 12 residents in 1894. It was founded by San Francisco and Oakland’s most prominent German-American families as an upscale home for older German-Americans to live out their golden years. Sadly, the building was completely destroyed in a fire in 1908. Construction began again,…
Story 9: The Fireside, a Safe Place to Call Home
June 24, 2018
Fireside Apartments provide a diverse, inclusive environment where residents of all ages can thrive and benefit from a supportive community. “It’s almost like a second family,” says resident Nicole. Hear from others in this week’s Stories From Eden Housing.
Story 2: Warner Creek Senior Housing: Positivity Fueled by Gratitude
June 24, 2018
In the inaugural episode of the podcast series Stories from Eden Housing, a resident at Eden’s Warner Creek Senior Housing describes what it means to feel safe in her home, to be able to afford to live in Marin County and to be held by the community they’ve developed.