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Upcoming Events

  • OCT 17

    Author Series
    "Too Proud to Bend: Journey of a Civil Rights Foot Soldier"

    Come experience this fascinating story of the survival and creativity of my father, Pietro Pozzi, an Italian military officer who was incarcerated in German concentration camps 1943 -1945.

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  • OCT 23

    Paint & Sip - "Harvest Time"

    Enjoy snacks & sip on a glass of wine while creating a work of art to take home or give as a gift! All experience levels wellcome!

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  • OCT 28

    Annual Craft Fair

    You're invited to join us and vendors throughout the Sacramento area that offer seasonal decorations for your home, plus gifts for friends and family.

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Eskaton Blog

  • Category: Assisted Living

    The Trousdale is Now Renting Apartments for 2018

    Eskaton, a nonprofit community-based organization serving seniors in Northern California, has partnered with the Peninsula Health Care District (PHCD) on a new assisted living and memory care community in Burlingame, California, named “The Trousdale.”

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  • Category: Continuing Care Retirement Community

    Satisfaction Results Are In: Eskaton Village Carmichael Celebrates 25 Years

    Eskaton Village Carmichael marks 25 years of making a monumental difference in seniors’ lives at the 37-acre community near Sacramento.“We did the right thing when we moved here,” noted Naegeli. “The staff has taken good care of me.”

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  • Category: Assisted Living

    Don't Wait: Does The Community You Want Have A Waitlist?

    Making the decision for your parents to move to an assisted living community is a difficult one, but it is often better for them, for you, and for their caregivers..

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  • Category: Memory Care

    Living with Dementia

    Eskaton supports a wide range of research and innovative strategies determined to make Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia a thing of the past. But today, over 5 million people in the U.S. are suffering from this disease.

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