The Alzheimer's Association offers support groups across our chapter area, led by trained facilitators for care partners and persons affected by Alzheimer’s.
Support groups are a place to provide a non-threatening and non-judgmental place for participants to express their feelings and talk about their needs and concerns. It is a forum for exchanging information, getting practical ideas, learning about local resources and developing new friendships.
Participation in a support group also provides emotional support. You'll find people who will listen and understand so you are no longer alone.
Local support groups meeting in the community can be found here.
You can find additional support in and around specific parameters, visit Community Resource Finder or contact 800.272.3900.