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Support Groups are a great way to connect with people experiencing similar situations surrounding Alzheimer's and dementia.


CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF OUR CURRENT SUPPORT GROUPS

NEW! Port Angeles Caregiver Support Group | 4th Monday 7-9 p.m.

NEW in February! Seattle LGBTQIA+ Caregiver Support Group in partnership with GenPride
 

Alzheimer’s Association support group meetings are free and open to unpaid caregivers, family members and individuals experiencing mild memory loss. 

To learn more about becoming a support group facilitator, contact Karen Thompson at 206.529.3875 or kcthompson@alz.org.

CLICK HERE TO FILL OUT THE SUPPORT GROUP INTEREST FORM

For support groups being held in person: Volunteers and staff leading in-person programs are fully vaccinated and are adhering to CDC health guidance. For the safety of all involved, we ask that everyone attending an in-person program wear a mask, socially distance and wash their hands/use hand sanitizer.

Support groups and their facilitators are not to be contacted for commercial purposes, solicitation, or visits from anyone who is not currently caring for someone with dementia. Researchers and college level students who wish to attend a support group for purposes of study may submit requests to Karen Thompson at 206.529.3875 or kcthompson@alz.org. 

Facilitators, click here for the Facilitator Portal.