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Helpful Dementia Resources in Sonoma County, CA

By Mary-Frances Walsh, 9:00 am on

Families who are thrust into the role of Santa Rosa dementia caregiver often find the task challenging after a while. However, there are many Sonoma County, California, resources are available that offer educational information, general support and financial assistance. 

Alzheimer’s Association

(707) 573-1210
1211 North Dutton Avenue, Santa Rosa 

The organization offers education and support for individuals who have Alzheimer’s or other dementia-related disorders. The association sponsors a variety of support groups located in various areas of the county and also offers Santa Rosa Alzheimer’s caregiver education or training courses. The facility also has a 24/7 helpline you can call for additional support. 

Council on Aging of Sonoma County

(707) 525-0143
30 Kawana Springs Road Santa Rosa 
http://councilonaging.com

The council provides seniors and family members with access to 16 programs within four departments that offer a variety of services. The departments include financial, social, legal and nutritional services. Nutritional benefits include the Meal on Wheels program, congregate dining locations and therapeutic meals for elderly adults requiring special diets or nutritional counseling. 

Kaiser Santa Rosa Senior Resources
(707) 393-4167

Santa Rosa Main Campus
401 Bicentennial Way
Medical Office Building 1
First Floor Suite 145 

(707) 566-5277 

Medical Office Building 4
3925 Old Redwood Highway
Medical Office Building 4
First Floor Suite 144


With locations in both Rohnert Park and Santa Rosa, the organization regularly hosts community classes and support groups offering information concerning a multitude of health topics that include dementia and the caregiver’s role.

Redwood Caregiver Resource Center

1(800) 834-1636 
141 Stony Circle, Suite 200, Santa Rosa
https://www.ncoinc.org/programs/redwood-caregiver-resource-center


The center offers many different services at little or no cost to families who assume the role of caregiver for an elderly adult. Educational options include conferences and workshops presented by healthcare professionals. Individual and group support groups host meetings throughout the area and meet weekly, bi-weekly or monthly. Consultants are available to explain medical conditions and assist family members with establishing care plans based on the senior’s individual needs. 

Some family caregivers need additional help caring for an elderly parent or loved one. Home Care Assistance provides flexible live-in, hourly and respite home care Santa Rosa seniors need to manage dementia in the comfort of their own homes. Contact a trusted Care Manager at (707) 843.4368 today to learn more about our services and how they benefit seniors.