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Men's Breakfast to Start in March
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The Alzheimer’s Association, Central Ohio Chapter is initiating a Men’s breakfast caregiver discussion group.  The first meeting will take place on Wednesday, March 11, 2009 at the Panera in Clintonville.

According to Bill Keating, a caregiver and leader of the men’s Breakfast group, "The purpose of our meetings will be to discuss specific topics related to dementia, and in addition learn from each other as we care for our loved ones with dementia and ourselves.  We have much in common and group members will understand and believe what we are willing to share with each other."

The group will be held on the second Wednesday of the month from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. at Panera Bread in Clintonville located at 4519 N. High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43214.  A light breakfast will be provided

Topics that are expected to be discussed include:

  • Role Change
  • Intimacy
  • Personal Care
  • Communication
  • Spirituality and Dementia
  • Social Interaction

For more information and to RSVP please call Bill Keating at (614) 481-4466 or e-mail at


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