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June Is Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month

Raise awareness of Alzheimer's disease this June by sharing your story, wearing purple and taking action. The more people know about Alzheimer's, the more action we inspire.

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California Central Coast Chapter

We are here to help all those affected by Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.

Currently, more than 690,000 people in California are living with Alzheimer’s disease, and over 1.12 million family and friends are providing care.

The Alzheimer’s Association California Central Coast Chapter provides free education programs, support services and care consultations across Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Ventura Counties while also supporting critical research toward a cure.


Stay up-to-date on our upcoming programs, fundraising events, research, volunteer opportunities and more by following us on social media.


6 Things People Living with Dementia Want You to Know

June 2022 Caregiver Tips & Tools Newsletter | During Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, the Alzheimer’s Association is revealing insights from people living with early-stage dementia and what they wish others knew about living with Alzheimer's and other dementia.

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Staying Present - Everything Left to Remember

May 2022 Caregiver Tips & Tools Newsletter | It is important to stay present, to focus on the here and now with a loved one during the Alzheimer's journey. Author Steph Jagger shares an exerpt from her latest memoir about staying present with her mother on a road-trip through the Rocky Mountains. 

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Choosing the Right Care Setting

Apr. 2022 Caregiver Tips & Tools Newsletter | When the time comes to choose a care facility for your loved one, where do you start? Find out what type of care is available and what questions to ask when touring different options. 

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Help spread awareness and reach others in your community by sharing your story - whether you have experience as a caregiver, you've lost someone to Alzheimer's or dementia, you have a diagnosis yourself, you're an expert in the field, or you're just passionate about findng a cure.

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