Ambiguous loss is a type of loss you feel when a spouse or parent is still here, but not present in the same way as before.
Male care partners meet and share information about their experiences of caring for a person with dementia.
Spouses of people with dementia meet and share information about their experience of caring for someone who has transitioned into long-term care.
Younger onset dementia affects individuals younger than age 65. They and their families face unique challenges including employment, raising children, money matters and future plans.
Support groups are there for people who want to inform themselves with current information that will help improve quality of life with the disease.
Support groups provide participants an opportunity to share feelings and common experiences, exchange practical coping strategies, and participate in discussions.