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Seminar Examines the Legal and Financial Impacts of Alzheimer's Disease

Like many other medical diagnoses, taking care of a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s can result in unforeseen expenses. Knowing how you can best anticipate and plan for these expenses is the topic of a seminar being presented by the Alzheimer’s Association of Northern California on Friday, Sept. 13, 2019 at the Kaiser Permanente Stockton Medical Offices.

The presentation is entitled “Legal and Financial Planning for Alzheimer’s Disease” and is open to both Kaiser Permanente members and non-members. There is no cost to attend.

Skin cancer screening event on August 21

Kaiser Permanente is partnering with St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Stockton to provide skin cancer screening at no charge for people with limited access to health care services.

The screenings will take place Wednesday, Aug. 21 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at the St. Joseph’s Cancer Institute at 1800 N. California Street in Stockton. While the screenings are being provided at no cost, appointments are necessary due to limited space.

For more information, or to sign up, call 209-939-4526 during normal business hours.

Click here to download a flyer in English and Spanish.

Get tips to help care for loved ones with dementia and Alzheimer's

Kaiser Permanente is partnering with the Alzheimer’s Association of Northern California to offer a series of educational seminars for patients with dementia and their caregivers. The next of these will take place Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at the Modesto Medical Center.

The presentation will focus on two separate topics: “Healthy Living for your Brain and Body” and “Driver Safety and the Aging Driver.”

Support groups provide additional layer of comfort for cancer patients and survivors

Kaiser Permanente care teams in the Central Valley have been recognized for their comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to cancer care — and have received prestigious accreditations from the Commission on Cancer and the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC) for their efforts

Part of this important work includes offering resources for patients to help support them through their cancer journey. Several cancer support groups meet at our facilities, providing an outlet for patients and their families to connect with others who are, or have been, on the same journey.

November is Diabetes Awareness Month – What you should know about diabetes and oral health

November is Diabetes Awareness Month. Among the many health risks associated with diabetes, did you know there is a 2-way street that connects diabetes and oral health?

People with diabetes are more likely to get gum disease. You’re especially at risk for gum disease if your diabetes isn’t well controlled. Diabetes can also cause dry mouth, which can lead to soreness, infections, and cavities.

Gum disease can make diabetes harder to manage. Severe gum disease can increase blood sugar (glucose) levels and make complications related to diabetes worse.

To keep your mouth, teeth and gums healthy you should:
Brush twice a day. Use a toothpaste with the American Dental Association (ADA) seal.
Floss daily. You can use a floss pick if you find it easier.
See your dentist. Get regular cleanings and checkups.

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