HumanGood Affordable Housing Communities Partner With Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles


HumanGood's affordable housing division and Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles have partnered to launch The Live Alone Project, a pilot program designed to help low-income seniors living alone with early stages of dementia.

Funded by a grant from the Administration for Community Living through the Alzheimer's Disease Initiative, The Live Alone Project and the collaboration highlights HumanGood's ongoing efforts to create enriching services and programs for the growing population of older adults with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia.

“We hope to provide residents with the experienced support they need as they go through cognitive changes, more so related to Alzheimer’s, to keep them safe and unafraid of these changes,” says Jacqueline Seegobin, director of affordable housing at HumanGood.

Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles will implement the pilot program at Castle Argyle, our Los Angeles-based affordable housing community, closely working with 10 residents. 

To learn more about the pilot project, check out the winter 2016 edition of Engage Magazine.

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