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Is it Time for Assisted Living? Advice From an Eskaton Nurse

Posted by Eskaton on Oct 2, 2018 7:46:05 AM

Marleyn Awuy, Wellness Nurse at Eskaton Village Roseville, shares signs that your loved one may need assisted living:

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Topics: Living with Dementia, Ask the Expert

Meet Patty: An Eskaton Spiritual Care Chaplain

Posted by Eskaton on Sep 28, 2018 7:00:19 PM

Eskaton's Chaplain Patty builds friendship with residents and connects with them on a deep, personal level. She always goes above and beyond to meet the emotional and spiritual needs of each person. For example, she crocheted these muffs for residents living with dementia.

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Topics: About Eskaton

Photo Contest: Give us your best shot

Posted by Eskaton on Sep 17, 2018 5:09:50 PM

We are living longer and attitudes about aging are starting to change. Life expectancy has improved dramatically over the past 20 years. In fact, not only are we living longer, but our senior population is more productive in retirement.

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Topics: In the News

What happens when your parents say it's time to move?

Posted by Eskaton on Sep 10, 2018 5:19:57 PM

Read about one adult daughter's reaction as her parents decide to move to a senior living community.

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Topics: Eskaton Village Carmichael, Living with Dementia, Residents + Staffs

What is dementia and how can you live well once diagnosed?

Posted by Eskaton on Sep 7, 2018 6:50:36 PM

Most people have heard the term dementia but don’t have a personal experience with it. Often the term is interchanged with Alzheimer’s disease. However, Alzheimer's disease is just one type of dementia that accounts for 60 to 80 percent of cases. There are many types of dementia ranging from Parkinson’s disease to vascular dementia to Dementia with Lewy Bodies (DLB). The term dementia is used to describe a wide range of symptoms associated with cognitive change including memory loss, impaired judgment, difficulty speaking and mood changes such as depression. Dementia may cause a person's ability to perform day-to-day activities to become challenging over time. But there is hope that the challenges can be lessened by creating the right supportive and adaptive environment.

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Topics: Living with Dementia, Ask the Expert

2018 Walk to End Alzheimer's Disease

Posted by Eskaton on Aug 29, 2018 5:23:21 PM

Help us fight Alzheimer's disease at the annual Walk to End Alzheimer's on Saturday, September 29, 2018, at Raley Field in West Sacramento, California.

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Topics: Living with Dementia, In the News

Eskaton Lifts the Spirits of Lonely Seniors One Phone Call at a Time

Posted by Eskaton on Aug 28, 2018 12:03:03 PM

Eskaton is calling on seniors to sign up for its Telephone Reassurance program, where volunteers reach out to let them know they are not alone.

For more than two decades, Eskaton, a nonprofit organization serving seniors for 50 years, has reached out to home bound and isolated seniors via its Telephone Reassurance program. The program consists of volunteers who contact seniors to check up on them and provide an opportunity to socialize.

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Topics: In the News, Philanthropy, Ask the Expert, Wellness Tips, Testimonials

Eskaton Brings Together Eight Nonprofits to Inspire Volunteerism

Posted by Eskaton on Aug 28, 2018 8:19:00 AM

Inspiration was in the air as eight nonprofits joined together to speak to over 100 attendees at the Arden Fair Inside Track quarterly breakfast. 

Here are excerpts from keynote speaker Darlene Cullivan, community engagement manager of Eskaton. 

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Topics: In the News, Wellness Tips, Ask the Expert

6 Tips To Improve Your Memory

Posted by Eskaton on Aug 15, 2018 9:26:48 AM

Establish routine. If you lose your keys often, try putting them in the same place every time. This also applies to organizing files on your computer. If you establish specific e-mail and desktop folders for critical documents, you’ll know where to go first.

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Topics: Wellness Tips

How to Avoid Summertime Sickness

Posted by Eskaton on Aug 15, 2018 8:49:00 AM

Get plenty of rest. Most of us are less concerned about getting a good night’s sleep as we enjoy long summer nights outdoors. You should be well-rested and hydrated before any outdoor adventure. When your energy is low, it weighs you down, and your odds of getting sick are higher.

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Topics: Wellness Tips