Alzheimer’s Association Support Group

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Support Groups

Find the help you are looking for through a support group at Boston Avenue.

No one should face Alzheimer’s alone.

Our Alzheimer’s Association Support Group is for those living with or caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or other dementias. Whether you provide daily care, participate in decision-making, or simply care about someone with the disease, help and support are available.

Alzheimer’s and dementia have many symptoms unique to each patient and many caregivers often find help and understanding by talking with others who have shared similar experiences. Come join us for informal and confidential conversation and understanding.

Our group meets the first Monday of each month at Boston Avenue Church from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the Asbury Room. If you are in need of support before our next meeting, please call the Pastoral Care Office at 918.699.0147, and we can connect you with one of our Congregational Care Ministers.

For more information regarding the Alzheimer’s Association, please visit (Note: Boston Avenue has no control over nor endorses any specific content on external websites.)

Dates: First Monday of each month

Location: Asbury Room

More Information: Please call the main office at 918.583.5181.

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