Memory Care

Due to COVID-19, this program has been modified and is only offered virtually. To learn more about the modified version of the program, contact Andy Talajkowski at
What is Memory Care?

Memory Care is a weekly 3 hour program for both caregivers and people experiencing moderate memory loss (e.g., vascular dementia and mild Alzheimer’s disease). 

We separate Memory Care services with people with early-onset Alzheimer's disease (e.g., diagnosed before the age of 65) and late-onset Alzheimer's disease (e.g., onset 65 years of age or older).


Participants learn practical techniques to enhance memory performance.


Participants practice mind-body connections to help lower stress levels, enhance creativity, stimulate the brain, and encourage strategies for living better, longer.


Loved ones, family members, and caregivers participate in a caregiver support group while participants practice their social skills during group discussions of past activities and experiences.

How Do I Register for Memory Care?
For more information, please contact the Longevity Center at 310-794-0676 or

What Participants Are Saying
“I am so happy with how much I accomplished in Memory Care. I am very thankful for the program.”
“The activities of the class are all helpful because they compel us to use our brains and to think about things we wouldn’t ordinarily think about.”
“Each session is a learning experience and it’s fun!”
“The program has taught us skills and techniques that we can use on a daily basis to exercise our brain and body to strengthen our memory.”