» DFVC – Know the Signs of Dementia (PDF)

Living Well, Caring Well

Living Well, Caring Well is a one-stop-shop held quarterly that brings together industry professionals and local agencies. People living with a dementia-related illness and their caregivers are invited to come and learn about resources and services that relate specifically to this issue.

» Future Vendor Inquiry Form
» Future Host Inquiry Form

Dementia-Friendly Ventura County Memory Cards:

Contact the VCAAA at (805) 477-7306 or by email at roger.horne@ventura.org to request copies of these business card-sized helpers.

Dementia Friendly Ventura County Newsletter

» Spring 2022 (PDF)

VCAAA Seminars on Brain Health & Wellness

The Seminars on Brain Health & Wellness were inspired by the VCAAA’s Advisory Council’s commitment to make critical services more accessible to older adults, people with disabilities, and caregivers. They are designed to focus specifically on helping individuals living with a dementia-related disease and their caregivers gain access to vital resources to guide them along their journey.

» Click here to view the July 21, 2022 Seminar on Brain Health & Wellness
» Click here to view the June 16, 2022 Seminar on Brain Health & Wellness
» Click here to view the May 19, 2022 Seminar on Brain Health & Wellness
» Click here to view the April 14, 2022 Seminar on Brain Health & Wellness
» Click here to view the March 17, 2022 Seminar on Brain Health & Wellness
» Click here to view the February 17, 2022 Seminar on Brain Health & Wellness

» Click here to view the flyer (PDF)

Dementia-Friendly Ventura County Sector Guides:

» Banks and Financial Services (PDF)
» Businesses (PDF)
» Faith Communities (PDF)
» Healthcare (PDF)
» Legal & Advanced Planning (PDF)
» Libraries (PDF)
» Neighbors and Community Members (PDF)
» Residential & Specialty Care (PDF)

Alzheimer’s Association Central Coast Chapter:
2580 E. Main Street, suite 201
(805) 494-5200
24/7 Hotline: (800) 272-3900

Camarillo Health Care District:
(805) 388-1952
» Caregiver Center – Dementia Specialty Services
» Share Program for Early Stage Dementia (Support Health Activity Resources Education)
» Care Consultations

Classes and Support Groups Offered Include:
– Powerful Tools for Caregivers
– Dealing with Dementia
– Caregiver Support Group
– Dementia Live

New Programs:
Digital Bridge – A free, one-on-one in-person or telephonic assistance to help navigate technology and common applications.
Zoom Room – Free use of a confidential setting equipped to facilitate ZOOM meetings, medical provider appt/calls, family connections, and more.

Independent Living Resource Center (ILRC):
Focused Population Case Manager – (805) 650-5993 ext. 203
» ILRC Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementia Program (PDF)
» ILRC Respite (PDF-English)
» ILRC Respite (PDF-Spanish)

Oxnard Family Circle:
2100 Outlet Center Drive in Oxnard
(805) 385-4180
» Click here to view the Brain Max flyer (PDF)
» Click here to view the Care Respite flyer (PDF)
» Click here to watch the Oxnard Family Circle Video
» Click here for the Oxnard Family Circle home page

Senior Concerns:
» Caregiver Support (PDF)
» Advocacy (PDF)

Ventura County Area Agency on Aging:
Specialized Case Management for Persons with Alzheimer’s Disease or Related Dementia (ADRD) – (805) 477-7300

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