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Memory Care in San Francisco, California

We believe every person in need of dementia care, Alzheimer’s care or elderly care is more than capable of enjoying the highest quality of life, regardless of memory loss. For those in need of memory care in San Francisco, their loved ones can take comfort knowing they are always fully supported and inspired to be confident, capable of learning and growing, and encouraged to create.

Our experienced staff provides 24-hour quality care so residents can feel safe and comfortable. Programming at AlmaVia of San Francisco aims to meet the needs of residents as they progress through the stages of memory loss by encouraging 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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Community News

Volunteer Ricky Chae and Elder Care resident

Engaging Hearts, Transforming Lives, Erasing Boundaries – Volunteer living ECA’s vision at AVSF

He’s spent over 450 hours at AlmaVia of San Francisco, visiting an average of 20 hours a week for the last six months. No, this isn’t Ricky Chae’s part-time job. He is a volunteer. Not too many 24-year-olds devote so much of their time to working with the elderly. Ricky grew up in Southern California…

From Our Blog

COVID-19 Update – 4.14.2020

Hello Family and Friends of Elder Care Alliance, We wanted to provide you with information about what we, as an organization, have been doing to help our communities combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We can report today that no residents in any of our Assisted Living, Memory Care or Skilled Nursing communities have…