Support Groups for People with Dementia

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Having a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia can be incredibly demanding.

People in this situation experience a variety of feelings.

The demands of the disease can make it difficult to stay in touch with friends and family, and can lead to loneliness and isolation.

Our weekly/bi-weekly support groups for people with dementia provides participants an opportunity to:

  • Learn about living with dementia and its progression,
  • Share feelings and common experiences,
  • Exchange practical coping strategies, and
  • Participate in discussions.

For more information about current and upcoming support group opportunities, both virtually and in-person, please contact:

Sarah Dueck
Client Support Coordinator, Winnipeg/Provincial Office
204-943-6622 ext. 213
sdueck@alzheimer.mb.ca

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