2023 Fundraising Events

When you become a part of our events you are helping support life-transforming services to help local residents affected by Alzheimer's or other types of dementia or memory loss. 100% of the funds raised stay right here in Orange County to support local families and individuals in need. View our latest impact report to see

January 30th, 2023|Uncategorized|

What I Wish I Knew About Medical Records

Brought to you by Picnic Health. Caregiving for a loved one with Alzheimer’s is a difficult journey that millions of individuals in the United States are forced to tackle. Part of that caregiver journey usually includes managing your loved one’s medical care, including their medical history, prescriptions, and more. Having access to your loved one’s

What are Adult Day Services?

Healthy Aging Center: Acacia (formerly Acacia Adult Day services) and Healthy Aging Center: Laguna Woods (formerly South County Adult Day services) have been providing services aimed at promoting healthy aging, well-being and independence for Orange County’s older adults for a combined 40+ years. Both of these centers provide adult day services to serve the medical

July 29th, 2022|Uncategorized|

Alzheimer’s Orange County Renames Two Adult Day Health Centers

Alzheimer's Orange County (AlzOC) operates two Adult Day Service centers focused on maintaining healthy aging for frail seniors and those with memory loss. Each center provides occupational and physical therapies, nutritionist-guided meals, recreation and more. The centers, located near Laguna Woods and in Garden Grove, will now operate under a new name but maintain the

October 8th, 2021|Uncategorized|

Alzheimer’s & Dementia News Roundup (July 2021)

August 1, 2021 A monthly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer’s & Dementia Studying macaques could help find treatments for Alzheimer’s disease New research shows that using rhesus macaques could help scientists discover potential treatments for Alzheimer’s disease. Read more here. Tea and berries may slow onset of Alzheimer’s A study published in the

Alzheimer’s & Dementia News Roundup (June 2021)

July  2, 2021 A monthly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer’s & Dementia Exergaming and dementia: Can exercise video games slow cognitive decline? Can exergaming — combining exercise and cognitive training in a video game — reduce dementia symptoms in older adults? Read more. Mouse study suggests that repairing brain protein production could counteract

July 1st, 2021|Uncategorized|

Six Strategies for Developing Resiliency

May 2021 Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or another type of dementia can be challenging, but learning how you can develop resiliency can help. See what lessons you can learn from Dr. Miriam Galindo’s Developing Resiliency presentation from our Fill Your Cup: Caregiver Strategies for 2021 caregiver conference. Developing Resiliency is critical for caregivers Unchecked

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