DayBreak is preparing for the holidays, too! Give us a call at (510) 834-8314 if you need resources to get through this season–we’re here for you.
Alameda County Community Food Bank (510) 635-3663
Crisis Support Services of Alameda County 1-800-260-0094
- One on One Counseling for Older Adults 55+
- Support Group for Women 55+
- Support Group for Men 55+
- Daily check-ins over the phone with wonderful, compassionate volunteers
- To enroll, call the Tele-Care office Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. at (510) 204-4487
Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Hotline
- Open during the holidays
- (800) 272-3900
Do you need other resources for the holidays? Give us a call, and we can explore options together.
(510) 834 – 8314
The Memory Care Fair on Dementia-Friendly Programs is happening on Sunday, November 5th at the Pacifica Senior Living Center in Union City! There will be specialists at the fair who can answer your questions about dementia and dementia care.
For more information about the fair or to RSVP, please contact Crystal Raine at email@example.com or call 510-675-5284
Are you a caregiver? Are you interested in learning about aging and mental health? Please check out Mind(Fully), a free Mental Health Forum taking place on Friday, November 10th at the Downtown Oakland Senior Center. Topics will include Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Depression, Memory Issues and Caregiving, Financing Care, and more!
Bring you questions, and find some answers.
Call 510-238-3284 to RSVP.
Only 10 days left to purchase a premium ticket, which includes Dr. Zitter’s book ($30 value) that she can sign for you at our event!
We are so lucky to have a community of inspirational movers and shakers joining us for the event! Don’t miss out–go to https://daybreakevent2017.eventbrite.com for tickets!
Thank you, Center for Elders’ Independence and Fund for Elders’ Independence for joining our community of sponsors for our event, An Accidental Activist: Smashing the “Medical Hero Myth”!
CEI is the perfect program for seniors who want to age at home, in their community–and they provide all the support that is needed to do that!
Check out their beautiful new website at https://cei.elders.org/