Dementia Caregiver Support
Coleman Adult Day offers free support for caregivers.
Dementia Caregiver Support Group at Coleman Adult Day
Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia change the lives of the people who receive the diagnosis and the friends and family who care for them. Those caregivers need support from others who share the experience and understand.
What Dementia Caregivers Can Expect in a Support Group
The support group, whether it is in person or online, is made up of people who share the dementia caregiver experience and understand the life. The group provides a safe, private place for friends, family, and caregivers of people with dementia to meet, learn, talk and find a supportive community.
A good support group is for caregivers/family to:
- Share information on problems, challenges and even solutions when it comes to caregiving persons with dementia
- Learn ways to cope with the situation by talking openly about the trials, exhaustion, and frustration – as well as sharing the accomplishments
- Share their feelings and concerns – especially about themselves. Too often, caregivers put themselves last and that neglect can harm their well-being
- Learn about valuable resources from others in the support group – including local organizations and services or online support
FREE 1-Day TrialYour loved one with dementia deserves a great place to spend the day. You deserve the peace of mind that comes with the kind professionalism of Coleman Adult Day.
Dementia Caregiver Support Near Me
Caregivers in northeast Ohio in or near Summit, Portage, Trumbull and Geauga counties can join the monthly dementia support group at the Coleman Adult Day Center in Ravenna, Ohio. Coleman Adult Day offers safe, supervised, organized day activities with an accredited staff that includes nursing, nutritionist and other medical specialists.
Coleman’s monthly dementia support group allows caregivers to share their experiences with others walking the same walk. Caregivers and family members are welcome to bring their loves ones for our staff to assist during the meetings. Contact Coleman for details.
Support also comes in the form of everyday services that give caregivers a break while loved ones participate in social activities in a safe, supervised environment. Coleman Adult Day Services offers memory care for people with Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementia and memory challenges. It’s a chance to be social and participate in engaging activities while in a safe, supervised environment.
Led by an experienced staff that includes licensed nursing staff, Coleman provides engaging activities customized for your loved one. They become familiar with their clients and incorporate their personal needs into the socializing activities that include music, art, recreation and safe, supervised local day trips in the community.
Discover dementia caregiver support every day and during our monthly dementia caregiver support group at Coleman Adult Day Services.