Upcoming Understanding Dementia Classes – Seats Are Limited

group of residents attending a class

Jake Gamble from Generations Home Care will, once again, be presenting four Understanding Dementia classes this spring.  If you’ve ever attended any of his classes, you know how wonderful they are.  He is a deeply compassionate person with a wealth of knowledge and experience dealing with people with memory loss and their loved ones coping with the journey.

Classes will be held in the Franke Tobey Jones Care Center Gathering Room from 2:00-3:30 on following days.  Seats are limited so please RSVP to Adelia at 253-756-6278 or

  • March 27 – Various Types of Dementia and how they affect people differently.
  • April 10 – Early Onset Dementia.  10 Warning Signs, when to get help, how to let go.
  • April 24 – How to Address and Cope with Difficult Behaviors.  Also, family dynamics around memory loss, how to resolve issues with out-of-touch family.
  • May 8 – How to Visit With a Loved One Who Doesn’t Recognize You Any More.

About Jake Gamble

Jake was born into an Air Force family, and thus has lived throughout the United States. He moved to western Washington to attend St. Martin’s University, where he graduated with a degree in Biology. After working in memory care in Coeur d’Alene, ID for several years, Jake moved to Tacoma to help start Generations Home Care. He and his wife, Jessica, are happily raising three children (Michelle, Zoey, and Caleb) and some other pets (2 dogs and 4 chickens). Jake started Generations Home Care in hopes of building a care team that formed deep connections with clients and their families, providing excellent care, and honoring the lives of our clients.

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