17 01, 2021

Part III: Alzheimer’s and Dementia Research in San Diego

Evidence-based care is a huge priority for us at Harbor View Senior Assisted Living (as well as at our sister sites, Mesa View Senior Assisted Living and Bay View Assisted Living) and we hope you will appreciate diving into the research with us!

16 11, 2020

Part II: Alzheimer’s and Dementia Research

Thanks for joining us for part two of our series on dementia and Alzheimer’s research! We prioritize staying up to date on cutting edge Alzheimer's research at our senior assisted living community in San Diego.

23 10, 2020

Part I: Alzheimer’s and Dementia Research

Coming to a place of acceptance with a memory related diagnosis is always a difficult journey. We are honored to walk alongside families on this challenging path at our memory care communities in San Diego.

14 08, 2020

Understanding Assisted Living

What was a relatively new concept 25 years ago, assisted living is now the fastest growing long-term care option for seniors. Assisted living facilities, with their wide range of services, provide a senior housing solution for adults who can live [...]

16 07, 2020

5 Tips to Prevent Anxiety in Alzheimer’s Patients

It’s common for a person with Alzheimer’s disease to become restless, agitated, or anxious, causing them to become upset in certain places or environments.  Situations that may lead to agitation include moving to a new residence or nursing home, changes [...]

12 06, 2020

What I Want You to Know: Excerpts from the Mind of Alzheimer’s

I was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease two years ago.  It was the scariest day of my life.  Well, until it wasn’t.  Then the scariest day of my life was the day I couldn’t remember the name of my hair stylist, [...]

9 05, 2020


This Sunday is Mother’s Day, the day we take extra time or effort to honor the mothers in our lives. In the U.K. and Ireland, Mother’s Day is called “Mothering Sunday”. I love this because there are so many different [...]

15 04, 2020

The World is Still Waiting for Easter: Memory Care in a Pandemic

Easter may have come and gone, but the meaning of Easter - the resurrection of death, of old ideas, of harmful habits, of new life - well, it feels like we’re still waiting. The world is in a holding pattern. [...]

18 03, 2020

Memory Care in a Pandemic

What a strange world we are living in right now. People are stocking up on toilet paper and bottled water. Hospitals are overrun. Businesses are closed. Families are staying in their homes or venturing out for walks in remote places. [...]

13 02, 2020

The Family Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease is known as a family disease, because the stress of watching a loved one slowly decline is torturous for everyone involved.  Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease is a full-time job, and requires a lot of physical, mental, [...]

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