Elderlink, Inc., Nursing Home Information & Referral, Santa Monica, CA
Licensed by California Department of Public Health
Certified by Department of Social Services
1-800-613-5772 24 Hour Helpline


112,000 petition signatures, 50,000 emails, nearly 10,000 phone calls and more than 1,000 advocate meetings have led us to this momentous occasion. Just minutes ago, the United States House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed the National Alzheimer’s Project Act (NAPA). This historic legislation is now on its way to the President for his signature.
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Irene Wechsler founded ELDERLINK Referral Service in 1994 after her mother’s diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. Irene educated herself as best she could about the disease but found it difficult to acquire the appropriate care for her mother. “Families feel desperate and vulnerable making costly mistakes,” she said, speaking from direct experience. When a facility meeting all of Wechsler’s requirements was finally found, it provided an environment for her mother to live out the last six years of her life with love, dignity, respect and family around her. Irene Wechsler found peace of mind, and she now gains strength talking with other families just beginning this journey, helping to educate them about their choices.


Thursday night a gas line explosion in San Bruno, California stunning an entire neighborhood, a devastating aftermath of one of the worst disasters in PG&E’s history, the death toll in the firestorm that ripped through this San Bruno hillside neighborhood climbed to four Friday.

With many board and care owners in the residential neighborhoods of San Ramon, we immediately sent an email to every facility in the area to confirm their safety,fearing the worst.
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Alzheimer’s Disease researchers say they are no closer to finding a cure than they were 10 years ago.

Research suggests that diet and exercise and keeping the mind active may not have a profound effect in preventing Alzheimer’s Disease and factors such a genetics and aging may.

The first of the BABY BOOMERS are now SENIORS, increasing the likeliness in the numbers of seniors who will become Alzheimer’s patients to exceed anyone’s expectations.