Noah Homes in the Wall Street Journal

Down Syndrome Is Thought to Hold Clues to Alzheimer’s. Prevalence of disease spurs brain and vaccine research; new homes are built to provide specialized care.

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Noah Homes is leading the way into the future for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and their families. As a nonprofit of more than 30 years, we have been pushing the boundaries of innovative residential care, advocacy and collaborative services. We are committed to maximizing each individual’s lifelong independence in a community environment that fosters dignity and respect, as well as personal and spiritual growth.

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Hear the story of our folks and learn about the connection between Down syndrome & Alzheimer's Disease

Years of Service
U.S. adult population providing care to someone who is ill, disabled or aged
People with developmental disabilities in California
Increase in Alzheimer's deaths in California since 2000

Memory Care Homes Fundraising to Date



Recognizing The Need

People with developmental disabilities are increasingly dealing with issues related to aging – starting in their 40s – including Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. While government funding continues to fall short of actual costs, the need is only growing. Join us in our journey to open one of the first memory care homes in the U.S. for adults with developmental disabilities, providing cost-effective, top-quality care in a safe and loving environment.


Volunteers make Noah Homes possible. Appreciated by all, volunteers are always welcomed and are quick to make friends with the folks

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From resident field trips to free luncheons to our annual brewfest, there is always something fun happening at Noah

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Learn about what we are up to at Noah Homes. We mail this publication twice a year, but know that some people would prefer to receive a digital version

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