COVID-19 has largely impacted our world in the past few weeks. We are tracking important news and regulations that directly affect the San Diego community, and will be continually updating this page.
As organizations are adjusting to public health crisis, Alzheimer's San Diego is carefully tracking important local resources. Keep reading to find out about local grocery stores with modified hours for seniors, meal delivery, transportation, adult day care, and other vital social services.
The stress of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and social distancing can take a toll on your physical and mental health. Learn how to protect yourself – and your person – as a dementia care partner.
There are still fun activities you can do as a dementia care partner while practicing "social distancing". We’ve put together a guide of cognitively stimulating activities that you can do with your person from the safety of home.
Older adults are already at risk of getting severely sick from coronavirus. Add Alzheimer's or another dementia into the equation, and things get even more complicated. Learn how you can protect your person – and yourself – as a care partner.
Alzheimer's San Diego to cancel all group programs until further notice, due to the recent CDC warning concerning COVID-19 (coronavirus) and older adults.
Learn how to use your own passions – from baking to bowling – to create your own fundraiser for Alzheimer's San Diego!
FACT: Adults need at least 150 minutes of aerobic activity each week, according to the National Institutes of Health. That is why we created Movement & Motion.
Meet our new board chair, and find out why he's so passionate about the cause.
The outbreak of the fast-moving COVID-19, or coronavirus disease, has concerned medical officials and travelers worldwide. Learn more about the virus and how to protect yourself by reading this useful guide.