The Alzheimer's Association offers this section of the web site for community partners who offer programming that may be of interest to people living with dementia and to their family caregivers. The Chapter is not sponsoring or endorsing any of the programs but merely providing information. If you are interested in any of the programming in this section contact the presenting organization for questions regarding content, appropriateness, and any other matter.
If you know about a local community event that would benefit individuals and families affected by Alzheimer's, tell us about it! To share information or to post an educational event, please contact Keri Pollock, Communications Director at email@example.com.
Memory Care & Wellness Services
Memory Care & Wellness Services is a specialized, dementia day service program. It offers a blend of health, social and family caregiver supports – including a structured exercise program for the person with dementia. It is offered as a supportive service through the Family Caregiver Support Programs in Whatcom (St. Joseph Medical Center), Skagit (Skagit Adult Day Care) and King Counties (Full Life Care) - for families living with dementia. Certain eligibility criteria apply; and, a sliding fee based on income of the participant may be required
For more information in these areas, call your local Family Caregiver Support Program:
King County: (206) 206-448-3110 or 1-888-435-3377
Skagit County: (360) 428-1301
Whatcom County: (360) 676-6749
A federal grant is now offering the Memory Care & Wellness Study in Pierce County at two sites - Cascade Park Active Day and MultiCare Adult Day Health. In Pierce County, this grant is a research project to see if the service makes a difference for local participants.
For more information about the Memory Care & Wellness Service study in Pierce County, call:
Pierce County Aging and Disability Resource Center: (253) 798-4600 or (800) 562-0332.
here:now – Making Art Accessible to People with Dementia
Join us for the Frye Art Museum’s program for individuals with dementia and their care partners. here:now provides gallery discussion tours and art-making opportunities for those living with dementia to enjoy a creative and relaxing afternoon together.
Each month specially trained museum educators and gallery guides lead a discussion-based tour highlighting works of art from the Frye’s exhibitions. Conversation creates an exchange of ideas without relying on short-term memory or recall of art historical information. Tours also include in–gallery hands-on activities.
Gallery Tour and Art-making Class
This six-session class offers conversation-based gallery tours and studio art-making experiences for individuals with dementia and their care partners. Art-making in the Frye Studio encourages experimentation with various media including watercolor paint, clay and collage. A short social time concludes each class.
Preregistration is required for the tours and the six-session class
(206)432-8211 or firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: We list a wide range of health fairs and events as a community service and are making no representation as to the content or quality of these events.