Alzheimer's Outreach Event

Remember Me - Free Workshop Series for Caregivers of Those with Dementia

Tuesdays, November 14th, 21st, and 28th from 9:30am to 12:30pm at Eskaton Village 

Free for Family Caregivers 


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What: Join us for an informative conversation for caregivers of those with dementia. During this educational series we will discuss understanding dementia, validation therapy, managing behaviors and activities, and creative solutions and practices.

When: This three part program takes place on November 14th, November 21st and November 28th from 9:30am to 12:30pm

Where: This event takes place in-person at Eskaton Village Grass Valley located at 625 Eskaton Circle, Grass Valley

Registration: This is a free event, but space is limited and registration is required. Click here to register today.

Questions: Linda Aeschliman at (530) 648-0592 or

Respite Care: If you need someone to take care of your loved one in order to participate in caregiver education, respite may be available through Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center (CRC). Priority will go to current clients of Del Oro CRC. To secure respite, please call Del Oro directly at 916-728-9333 no later than two weeks before the scheduled event to ensure enough processing time.

Program Schedule:

Understanding Dementia

Learn what is happening in the Alzheimer’s or dementia brain. Once we understand why the changes are occurring, we can learn how best to respond to the disease and associated behaviors.

Validation Therapy

Explore the theory of validation as a therapeutic communication technique for dementia symptoms. Reduce fear and anxiety, prevent crisis, and improve the well-being of the confused person and their

Managing Behaviors and Activities

Discuss common dementia behaviors and strategies to handle each challenge. Learn how to engage in meaningful activities to encourage feelings of worth, hope, and independence for those living with dementia.

Creative Solutions and Practice

Develop a plan of action to help your loved one live life to the fullest. Real life challenges will be shared, and we will problem-solve together. By practicing the tools and techniques discussed in the course, you will come away feeling empowered and prepared for the journey ahead. 


Sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Outreach Program (AOP) of Western Nevada County A joint program of Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Foundation