Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and Cognitive Disorders Caregiver Workshops
These workshops are designed to help people caring for a person with Alzheimer’s, another type of dementia, or another cognitive disorder. Our topics for our 2019 sessions will be:
- September – Know the Ten Signs
- October – Options for Care
- November – Legal (ALTICS)
- December – Adjusting to the Holiday
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiver Support
A support group gives you the opportunity to be in a caring and understanding setting with others who are in a similar situation. You can ask questions and get answers from others who have “been there” and learn creative and caring ways to solve problems. You’ll discover that you are not alone. The support group is open to anyone who is caring for a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.
Me, Myself, and My Adrenal Insufficiency
“Me, Myself, and My Adrenal Insufficiency,” a presentation by Barrow neuroendocrinologist Dr. Kevin Yuen, is back by popular demand.
The Barrow Pituitary Center support groups can provide:
- A sense of belonging
- Feelings of security
- Access to advice and guidance
- Increase in treatment adherence
- A reduction of negative feelings and stressful experiences
- Multiple sources of information
- Positive feelings of self-worth
- Motivation to take care of your health
Beverages will be provided.
Please RSVP by Sept. 10 to Maggie Bobrowitz at (602) 406-7585 or [email protected].
Lewy Body Dementia Support Group
The Lewy Body Dementia Support Group is a unique group as it serves both individuals with dementia and their loved ones caring for them.
The caregivers will meet in a support group led by Geri Hall, PhD, RN, FAAN, while those with dementia will be engaged in group activities with Debbie Harbinson, MHI, RN.
Registration is required for this group as space is limited. Please call (602) 406-6903 to register.