sometimes, love is not enough. join our free support groups and provide better care to your loved one, and yourself.
Free, Safe and Supportive Groups
Our support groups offer a relaxed and safe environment to openly discuss concerns about caring for someone who is experiencing memory loss. We know that living with dementia, Alzheimer’s, or other cognitive disorders can be challenging and can bring many concerns, including if/how the disorder may evolve, what safety measures need to be taken, and understanding how new interaction dynamics may develop.
You are not alone! Come and recharge your batteries, get support, guidance, and share at our no-judgement Support Group. All groups are a community service and free of charge.
Which group do you want to join?
Wondering if this is right for you? Contact Lauren for a complimentary 15 minute conversation about your situation and concerns.
IN PERSON IN PALOS VERDES
2nd & 4th WEDNESDAYS: 10:00 am – 11:30 am PST. Peninsula Center Library
Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
Led by Lauren Mahakian
Limited Capacity. Masking or proof of Covid vaccination may be required
IN PERSON IN SANTA YNEZ
Starting Sept. 2nd
1st & 3rd THURSDAYS: 10:00 am – 11:00 am PST. Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran
RSVP at email@example.com
Led by Lauren Mahakian. Limited Capacity. Masking or proof of Covid vaccination may be required
Meets Virtually on ZOOM. 1st & 3rd WEDNESDAYS: 10:00 am - 11:30 am PST.
This group is part of our Memory, Coffee, and Compassion Series led by FCMC CEO Lauren Mahakian. Open to caregivers and family members for all stages of memory disorders. Relaxed and blunt, you can count on this supportive community.
Please Join/Request Info below to receive the meeting Link information or for any questions.
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