Are you a family member of someone living with a younger onset (under age 65) diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease?
This is a monthly support group for family members of persons under the age 65 living with a form of dementia in the early stage. The therapeutic and peer-support group is professionally facilitated and may include discussions about the impact of the diagnosis on your family, coping with changing abilities, improving communication skills, finding meaningful activity, and planning for the future. You will have access to up-to-date information about treatment and research advances and available community resources.
Group Sessions Provide
- Information and Education
- Coping Strategies
- Discussing and problem solving
- Emotional support
Family caregivers including spouses/partners, adult children, and other family members are invited to join the caregiver support group.
This group meets at the Northwestern Campus in Chicago, IL on the second Monday of each month. A new member screening is required to participate. Details of specific meeting location are made available after a new member screening is complete. Please contact Joshua Kaplan-Lyman, AM, LCSW, at 312-503-5209 to set up a screening meeting.
There is no fee to participate in this support group. Group participants can receive discounted parking if using the Northwestern Hospital parking garage (250 E. Huron Ave.)
For More Information
For more information please contact Joshua Kaplan-Lyman, AM, LCSW, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312-503-5209.
This program is supported by Rae and John Hernandez and the Glen and Glen & Wendy Miller Family Foundation. To learn how to support this or other CNADC support programs visit our donation page.