FAMILY
Caregiver Support

We help families know they don’t have to do all the caregiving by themselves.

To care for those who once cared for us is one of life’s biggest honors, but you don’t have to do it alone.

We are here for you!

You are welcome to bring your siblings or family members to the sessions. It will give you chance for each of you to hear first hand how important your role will be in the care of your loved one.

There is NO CHARGE to attend.

St. John’s Community Care remains committed to serving families during this uncertain time. St. John’s takes the health and safety of our participants and staff very seriously. Out of abundant precaution for our senior population, we are providing all services through video and phone conferencing until we are able to resume in-person visits per public health guidelines. On behalf of our organization and the families we serve, we thank you.

Intended for family caregivers caring for loved ones with any type of disability, this group is held the 2nd Wednesday of every month.

Join other caregivers for fellowship and support at this meeting. This group is facilitated by the Director of the Adult Day Program.

Online – ZOOM – Family Support Groups – 6 pm
If you would like to join the Zoom group meeting online please email srhodes@stjohnscc.org
She will send you instructions and invitation to join the meeting.

Join other caregivers for fellowship and support at this meeting. This group is hosted by the Director of the Adult Day Program.

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Online – ZOOM –  Alzheimer’s Support Group – 1:30 – 3:00 pm
If you would like to join the Zoom group meeting online, please email Gail at gshaw@stjohnscc.org
She will send you the instructions and invitation to join the meeting.

Join others dealing with dementia and memory loss the 2nd Tuesday of each month.
Chartered in 1991, this group is intended for family caregivers with loved ones suffering from
Alzheimer’s. This group is facilitated by experienced leaders specially trained in issues of dementia and aging.

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