Brain Boot Camp (Zoom)

Online Webinar

Looking for a fun way to fire up your neurons? Brain Boot Camp is a two-week, 60-min per session series filled with interactive memory enhancement strategies and healthy brain lifestyle tips. This course is not intended for people living with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. Session 1: February 6, 2023 Session 2: February

Caring Conversations: A New Way of Talking (Zoom)

Online Webinar

When a loved one experiences cognitive changes, their ability to communicate is often challenged. Join us for this class designed to help you better communicate and connect with friends, family, or loved ones with cognitive decline. Bring your questions! This class will be held via Zoom. Participants may join with video or audio only (call

Sundowning Syndrome in Dementia

Online Webinar

Sundowning syndrome refers to a set of behaviors seen in some individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia when they become confused, agitated or nervous later in the afternoon and into the night. Learn about the behaviors associated with this syndrome, along with the risk factors, triggers and treatment options. Strategies for minimizing

Interfaith Outreach Service

Messiah Lutheran Church 4861 Liverpool St., Yorba Linda, CA

Invite you to a specially adapted interfaith religious service for individuals with Alzheimer's disease or related disorders and their families and caregivers. Experience messages of hope and comfort. Experience an opportunity for spiritual expression regardless of cognitive ability. Experience unity and serenity in a sacred place with short, familiar scripture readings and music. For any

The Importance of Sleep for Cognition (Zoom)

Online Webinar

There is a common myth that older adults need less sleep than younger adults, but research tells us this is not true! Join this 1.5 hour presentation to learn how sleep affects the brain, how much sleep and what kind of sleep adults need for optimal health, and how to develop your own sleep hygiene

Understanding and Responding to Your Loved One’s Distress (Zoom)

Online Webinar

Care partners can often face frustration when caring for loved ones with cognitive changes who experience distress which can present as changes in behavior expressions. Join our conversation to explore why this distress occurs, how we can reduce the recurrences of challenging situations, and how to increase positive experiences. Presented by: Dr. Miriam Galindo This

Meaningful Time Together: Activities & Assisting with Care

Spending time together with loved ones with cognitive decline can often become more challenging. Whether you are home with your loved one, or they live in a care community, join us as we talk through ideas for activities to do together, and ways to make our time together enjoyable and meaningful. We will also discuss

Caring Conversations: A New Way of Talking (Zoom)

Online Webinar

When a loved one experiences cognitive changes, their ability to communicate is often challenged. Join us for this class designed to help you better communicate and connect with friends, family, or loved ones with cognitive decline. Bring your questions! This class will be held via Zoom. Participants may join with video or audio only (call

Understanding and Caring for Individuals with Down Syndrome and Alzheimer’s Disease

As individuals with Down syndrome are experiencing longer lifespans, their risk for Alzheimer’s disease dramatically increases with age. We will look at the unique symptoms of dementia in individuals with Down syndrome and the associated behaviors that can be considered challenging. Key concepts in dementia care will be reviewed, including strategies for understanding and responding

Breaking Through the Taboo: How do you know when an older loved one needs more help?

Belmont Village Senior Living 300 Freedom Ln, Aliso Viejo, CA

Sometimes we may not recognize when our older loved ones struggle with the basics of aging on their own. Join us to learn about common red flags that signal issues, how to approach the often difficult conversations, and find the best plan for optimizing well-being. Bring your questions! Presented by Dr. Dung Trinh, MD and

Understanding and Responding to Your Loved One’s Distress (Zoom)

Online Webinar

Care partners can often face frustration when caring for loved ones with cognitive changes who experience distress which can present as changes in behavior expressions. Join our conversation to explore why this distress occurs, how we can reduce the recurrences of challenging situations, and how to increase positive experiences. Presented by: Dr. Miriam Galindo This

Sharpen Your Mind! Memory Tips & Teasers (Zoom)

Online Webinar

Participants will discover evidence-based techniques to remember things like names, faces, phone numbers, grocery lists and to-do lists through fun, interactive exercises in this special, one-hour presentation. Thank you to our co-host:

Meaningful Time Together: Tip for Activities and Assisting with Care (Zoom)

Online Webinar

Spending time together with loved ones with cognitive decline can often become more challenging. Whether you are home with your loved one, or they live in a care community, join us as we talk through ideas for activities to do together, and ways to make our time together enjoyable and meaningful. We will also discuss

Walk4ALZ 2023

Angel Stadium 2000 E Gene Autry Way, Anaheim, CA

Until there’s a cure, we continue to walk. Team up with friends, family, and thousands of others at the iconic Angel Stadium for Alzheimer’s Orange County’s biggest fundraiser of the year. Rally around those you care about to raise awareness and funds in this fun and communal event to fight against Alzheimer’s. Together, we can

Caring Conversations: A New Way of Talking

OASIS Senior Center - Room 4 801 Narcissus Ave., Corona del Mar, CA

When a loved one experiences cognitive changes, their ability to communicate is often challenged. Join us for this class designed to help you better communicate and connect with friends, family, or loved ones with cognitive decline. Bring your questions! The intended audience for this class is care partners only. Classes held IN PERSON at: OASIS

Understanding & Responding to Your Loved One’s Distress

OASIS Senior Center - Room 4 801 Narcissus Ave., Corona del Mar, CA

Care partners can often face frustration when caring for loved ones with cognitive changes who experience distress which can present as changes in behavior expressions. Join our conversation to explore why this distress occurs, how we can reduce the recurrences of challenging situations, and how to increase positive experiences. The intended audience for this class

Meaningful Time Together: Tips for Activities and Assisting with Care

OASIS Senior Center - Room 4 801 Narcissus Ave., Corona del Mar, CA

Spending time together with loved ones with cognitive decline can often become more challenging. Whether you are home with your loved one, or they live in a care community, join us as we talk through ideas for activities to do together, and ways to make our time together enjoyable and meaningful. We will also discuss

Sharpen Your Mind! Memory Tips & Teasers

Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center 24932 Veterans Way, Mission Viejo, CA

Join this fun and interactive session to learn some strategies to practice improving memory and ways to maximize brain health. Come play along and challenge your brain! Registration Required – Please Call: 949-470-3062 Thank you to our co-host:

Golf Fore Alzheimer’s 2023

Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club 26772 Avery Pkwy, Mission Viejo, CA

Golf, dine and enjoy a day of leisure at one of Orange County’s premier courses. Join us with your foursome for the morning or the afternoon session and stay for a delicious evening dinner and live auction filled with amazing experiences and items you can bid on. May 19, 2023 | Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club,

I Need A Break! A Respite Care Guide for Care Partners

Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center 24932 Veterans Way, Mission Viejo, CA

Everyone needs a break. If you are a care partner, you need time for self-care. If you have dementia, you may want more opportunities to meet others who share some of the same challenges. Join this informative workshop on finding the right kind of respite for you. Registration Required – Please Call: 949-470-3062 Thank you

Alzheimer’s OC Annual Gala 2023

AV Irvine 16500 Scientific, Irvine, CA

The glamour and excitement of gala is back with a whole new spin. Mark your calendar and be a part of a one-of-a-kind evening featuring a performance from Grammy Award winning producer and vocalist Steve Tyrell, a gourmet dinner, highly coveted auction items and more. This is a gala you won’t want to miss! November

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