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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.


The Importance of Accurate Death Data

August 2022 Caregiver Tips & Tools Newsletter | Accurate death data is an important tool for researchers, clinicians, and philanthropists. The importance of putting dementia as a cause of death, when appropriate, cannot be understated.

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Incontinence and Dementia

July 2022 Caregiver Tips & Tools Newsletter | This month, we’re featuring a story from across the pond. Amanda Quinn wasn’t aware that incontinence could be a symptom of dementia when she was diagnosed at age 49. Read her story here and learn why taboos around the restroom must be broken.

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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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