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For Anyone Impacted by Alzheimer’s and Related Dementias

Alzheimer’s Support Group

Caring for a loved one with a dementia diagnosis comes with a complex array of emotions, responsibilities, and challenges. As their symptoms progress, they will require more and more care—and you will need more support in your caregiving role. Seeking help along the way is necessary, and other caregivers truly understand what you are going through.

Bacoa’s Alzheimer’s Support Group provides resources for families and caregivers of people living with any type or stage of dementia. This unique support group offers a judgment-free space to discuss the daily triumphs and struggles of caring for someone with a dementia diagnosis.

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This small group forum offers an enjoyable lunch, expert advice, educational materials, and sharing of local care referral sources. The Alzheimer’s Support Group meets on the second Wednesday of every month from 10:30 a.m. – noon.

This group is currently meeting via Zoom.

There is no charge for this program, but registration is requested.

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How can this support group help you on your caregiving journey?

  • Access to education and resources
  • Gain a sense of community
  • Develop a support system
  • Reduce social isolation

In It Together

Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s can be overwhelming. It can leave you feeling isolated and disheartened, but you are not alone. Bacoa’s Alzheimer’s Support Group is a place to connect and receive support from people who genuinely understand what you’re going through. Connecting with others facing similar circumstances can be an empowering way to cope with the challenges ahead.

We’re here for you.

Bacoa is your connection to helpful resources. Our team is ready to assist with any aging-related needs. We look forward to connecting with you.