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ApexCare Presents – Alzheimer’s Disease – What Now?

ApexCare and SolanoLifeHouse are proud to present “Alzheimer’s Disease – What Now?”. This educational seminar will be presented by Cindi Unger of ApexCare and Sandy Perez of SolanoLifeHouse.


Date: Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Time: 5:30 – 7:00PM
Location: Dixon Senior Center – 201 S. 5th Street, Dixon

The session will cover Alzheimer’s 101 including types of dementia, diagnosis, management and are planning. It will also review various communication strategies to ensure positive communication. Lastly, Cindi and Sandy will cover ways to promote purpose and to keep active and engaged.

We hope that you can join us for this informative event!



Cindi Royval Unger, Community Outreach/Alzheimer’s Trainer, ApexCare

Cindi has served in the senior care field for the past 31 years. She opened one of the first care facilities in California to serve people with Alzheimer’s disease in 1986 and has worked in many capacities in the assisted living/memory care industry. “I love to teach care partners, families and the community about Alzheimer’s disease. I am a believer that knowledge is power and that Alzheimer’s is less scary when you are informed and equipped”. She currently serves on the Executive committee of the Solano Senior Coalition, co-chair of the Solano Walk to End Alzheimer’s and a member of the Alzheimer’s Association Congressional Advocacy Team in Yolo/Solano counties.

Sandy Perez, Memory Care/Engagement Consultant

Sandy Perez has worked in the field of geriatrics for nearly 40 years, she recently retired from NorthBay Healthcare where she worked as the Manager of Alzheimer’s services for 18 years. She is currently working for Solano Life House as a consultant to bring new dementia specific programming to the seniors who resided there. Her passion is to help those living with dementia by improving quality of life through recreational programming. She is a certified Activity Professional and a licensed RCFE administrator. She resides in Dixon, enjoys spending time with her 4 grown children and 7 grandchildren.


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Jason Wu, President

President at ApexCare
I first became aware of the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s disease ten years ago when my grandmother was diagnosed with this disease.I saw firsthand how critical it was to have a loving family or caregiver to ensure my grandmother’s safety and daily well-being.My grandmother was fortunate enough to have close family members who cared for her as her Alzheimer’s disease progressed.

Since then, I have had a strong interest in helping and supporting our senior community as they age and are unable to care for themselves.Coming from a family of physicians, I am excited to be involved in the medical community by providing the highest levels of non-clinical in-home care to our clients and their families.With my work experience, I firmly believe that ApexCare can touch many lives and have a great impact on our local senior community.

Prior to joining ApexCare, I worked in a wide variety of industries and have owned multiple businesses ranging from construction to mortgage banking.Outside of work, I am an active youth soccer and basketball coach, having coached recreational soccer for over 8 years and elementary school basketball for over 4 years.I graduated with a BS in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and received a Masters of Management degree from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.My career has been focused on building great organizations that deliver the highest absolute levels of service to our clients.I look forward to continuing this passion with ApexCare.