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Coffee And Conversation: Support Groups for Caregivers Serving Those with Alzheimer’s and Dementia

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Coffee And Conversation

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Loved-ones and caregivers of those with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease may endure losses in many areas of their lives. Come and meet with others in similar situations to gain caregiving ideas and coping tips for the emotions and grief that are a natural part of caring for someone with this illness.

The Benefits of Support Groups

Grief is a powerful emotion that affects each of us at some point in our life. As social interaction is a critical part of our healing process, grief support groups help promote a sense of understanding and connection with others who are also experiencing loss.

These groups are a warm, informal place to share and support each other during the healing process. Stop
by for encouragement, information and helpful tips as you shape a new normal for your life.

 

Miamisburg

Elmcroft of Washington Township 8630 Washington-Church Road 45342 3nd Tuesday of the month, 3:00 pm

Individual Counseling

Some symptoms of grief can interfere with a person’s ability to sleep, eat or concentrate. If you are experiencing these difficulties you may benefit from individual grief counseling.

Our professionally trained staff offers grief counseling sessions free to the community.

Please call our 1-800-HOSPICE number below and make an appointment at one of our locations nearest you.

Xenia (Main Office)
46 North Detroit Street, Suite B 937.458.6028

Springfield

1948 North Limestone Street 937.521.1444

Middletown

6820 Roosevelt Avenue, Suite B 513.527.2222

1-800-HOSPICE 1-800-467-7423 

 

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