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Memory Care near Simi Valley, California

Our approach to memory care in Camarillo is founded on the belief that every person in need of dementia care, Alzheimer's care or elderly care is fully capable of experiencing a high quality of life, regardless of the severity of their memory loss. Memory care residents of our community are always fully supported and inspired to be confident, capable of learning and growing, and encouraged to create.

Through 24-hour quality care from our experienced staff, each resident can feel safe and comfortable. Programming at AlmaVia of Camarillo is designed to meet the needs of residents as they progress through the stages of memory loss. We encourage them to stay active and engaged by attending art therapy classes, movies and community events.

We work to replace the four A’s of Alzheimer’s (anxiety, agitation, aggression, apathy) with:

  • Engagement
  • Focus of attention
  • Language expression
  • Positive mood
  • Accessing memories
  • Emotional connectedness
  • Social participation
  • Short-term event memory
  • Future orientation
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Whitney LaBrie named 2020 Outstanding Department Director

Whitney LaBrie named CALA 2020 Outstanding Department Director

Congratulations to AlmaVia of Camarillo Sales and Marketing Director, Whitney LaBrie, for being named Outstanding Department Director by the California Assisted Living Association (CALA). Outstanding is an understatement when describing Whitney. Her job title may be “Sales and Marketing Director,” but you’ll find her working beyond her job description. Hairdresser, maintenance worker are just a…

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Every 34 seconds, someone experiences a heart attack. February is American Heart Month, and while you may already know that heart disease is the number one killer in America, were you also aware that heart disease is a major cause of disability, too? 84% percent of those 65 and older die from heart disease. Yes,…