I am also available to speak to your group, for an affordable fee. You don't have to go it alone. I can help. How Do I Guide You? Finding Alzheimer's support is almost as challenging as caregiving itself. Most family caregivers whose loved one has a diagnosis or the first signs of dementia are unaware of the resources, service providers, and options available to them.
Monthly Support Groups
Alzheimer's Support Groups | Alzheimer's Disease Support
This is a free event and completely confidential. Evening meetings on the First and Third Tuesdays of the month from — pm. Refreshments are provided so call to let them know you will be there. The Gulf Coast Dementia Services Support Groups provide emotional, educational and social support for caregivers through regularly scheduled meetings. Call or for Gina Germany.
Cohen Caregiving Support Consultants--Alzheimer's Support in Portland
Share, laugh, cry, vent. It is so good to know that you are not alone. Learn how others are coping with various aspects of the disease process.
Rather, they consider themselves to be a devoted spouse, child, family member or friend helping a loved one in a time of need. If you pause for a moment and think about all you do, you may be surprised by the depth and extent of your involvement. If you offer care and support to someone with dementia , your life is also affected. Being a caregiver can impact your physical health and emotional well-being as well as raise legal and financial concerns. So what should you do?