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The overall goal of a support group is to provide guidance and assist in meeting the needs of the group. It lends support and education among peers and provides referrals to individuals connecting, them to people and resources within the community.
We would like to invite you to attend or share this invitation with a family member to attend our Virtual Caregiver’s Support Group on Thursday, September 9th at 12 pm. Please join our “Welcome Back” meeting with a guest speaker, Sharon Reichman, LMSW from Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc. (ADRC).
The group meets monthly, and we welcome caregivers, families and friends of those with Alzheimer’s/Dementia to join and share experiences, feelings and information.
The overall goal of a support group is to provide guidance and assist in meeting the needs of the group. It lends support and education among peers and provides referrals to individuals connecting them to people and resources within the community. We have speakers who will present on various topics affecting both the caregivers and their loved ones.
We look forward to helping our clients and their families and friends.
Some of our past guest speaker’s topics included: The ABCs of Caregiving; A Virtual Dementia Tour; Six Important Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Homecare Agency; Guidelines for Having a Satisfying Conversation; The Importance of Advance Directives, Pooled Trusts and Medicaid.
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s Disease can be exhausting and can take a toll on the caregiver’s health. A support group can help with managing stress so the caregiver is able to take much needed time for themselves. The amount of responsibilities can become quite overwhelming and you may find yourself too busy to socialize, exercise and eat right. This can lead to feeling lonely and depressed. Finding a support group can help you to cope by giving comfort and assistance in dealing with the many challenges involved with caring for a loved one with this disease.
If you are caring for someone who has dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease and would like to join our support group or have questions, please email Janet at [email protected]