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Upcoming Events

  • Dec 4

    Paint & Sip - "Happy Holidays"

    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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  • Dec 11

    11th Annual Holiday Open House

    Celebrate the season! Sip fine wine. Sample appetizers and desserts. Dip into a cascading chocolate fountain with an assortment of delectables. Relax to the beautiful notes of harp & piano.

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  • Feb 14

    Healthier Living with Chronic Pain

    Attend this Healthier Living with Chronic Pain program provided by Dignity Health and get the support you need. Program is held once a week for 6 weeks.

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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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