Alzheimer's Services of The East Bay

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Alzheimer's Services of The East Bay
Alzheimer's Services of The East Bay is listed in the Adult Care Facilities category in Berkeley, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Alzheimer's Services of The East Bay which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Alzheimer's Services of The East Bay on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 62.

Contact information for Alzheimer's Services of The East Bay is:
2320 Channing Way
Berkeley, CA 94704
(510) 644-8292
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Alzheimer's Services of the East Bay with Cal Men's Golf and Carla McManus.
More actions shots of our volunteers working hard! #ASEB #ASEBLovesBerkeley #AJourneyWeKnowByHeart

Alzheimer's Services of the East Bay with Cal Men's Golf and Thayer White.
More photos from our volunteer event over the weekend! Working together! #ASEB #ASEBLovesBerkeley #AJourneyWeKnowByHeart

The before and after of our Berkeley program floor. What a difference!! Thank you again to everyone who helped during our Spring Cleaning event!! #ASEB #ASEBLovesBerkeley #AJourneyWeKnowByHeart

The “With Age Comes Blessings Task Force” cordially invites to the join us in participating in an exciting Sunday School Class, “Take My Hand Again” – Caring for Our Aging Loved Ones • This class runs consecutively every Sunday starting 5 February thru 9 April 2017, 9:15AM - 10:30AM, except for 5 March when class is 12:30PM - 2:00PM . No class 26 Feb. • FEATURED GUEST SPEAKER: Micheal Pope, CEO Alzheimer's Services, East Bay. THIS CLASS IS "FREE", HOWEVER, YOU MUST REGISTER TO ATTEND – CLICK ON The “With Age Comes Blessings Task Force” cordially invites to the join us in participating in an exciting Sunday School Class, “Take My Hand Again” – Caring for Our Aging Loved Ones • This class runs consecutively every Sunday starting 5 February thru 9 April 2017, 9:15AM - 10:30AM, except for 5 March when class is 12:30PM - 2:00PM . No class 26 Feb. • FEATURED GUEST SPEAKER: Micheal Pope, CEO Alzheimer's Services, East Bay. THIS CLASS IS "FREE", HOWEVER, YOU MUST REGISTER TO ATTEND – CLICK https://www.eventbrite.com/e/take-my-hand-again-caring-for-our-aging-parents-class-tickets-30471450930 TO GO TO REGISTRATION SITE. TAKE MY HAND AGAIN REGISTRATION. NO AT-DOOR REGISTRATION. SPACE IS LIMITED: Registration accepted on first-come first-serve basis. REGISTRATION CLOSES 1/28/17. If you have questions, please contact Sheila Stevens at 408 281-2864 In a faith based context, supported by scripture and prayer, this class addresses the difficult decisions adult children face when they assist their parents and loved ones with the physical and mental challenges of aging. The focus is on equipping you to address these decisions and changes with hope and encouragement. It is also an opportunity to experience mutual support from others who share these challenges. Topics include, among others changing roles, living arrangements, emotional well being of your parent and you as caregiver, issues of grief, loss and independence and questions to ask of professionals and others involved in the care of your loved ones. TO GO TO REGISTRATION SITE. TAKE MY HAND AGAIN REGISTRATION. NO AT-DOOR REGISTRATION. SPACE IS LIMITED: Registration accepted on first-come first-serve basis. REGISTRATION CLOSES 1/28/17. If you have questions, please contact Sheila Stevens at 408 281-2864 In a faith based context, supported by scripture and prayer, this class addresses the difficult decisions adult children face when they assist their parents and loved ones with the physical and mental challenges of aging. The focus is on equipping you to address these decisions and changes with hope and encouragement. It is also an opportunity to experience mutual support from others who share these challenges. Topics include, among others changing roles, living arrangements, emotional well being of your parent and you as caregiver, issues of grief, loss and independence and questions to ask of professionals and others involved in the care of your loved ones.