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27 Jul

Copy of LGBTQI2S+ Caregiver Support Group – ONLINE

2023-01-29T20:16:28-05:00
Are you or a loved one part of the LGBTQI2S+ community and impacted by dementia and/or Alzheimer’s Disease?

The Alzheimer Society of Toronto will be running a support group that will provide an opportunity for participants to share and learn with others in a supportive and inclusive environment.

Participants will decide on the focus and direction of the group, and both practical and emotional needs will be explored.

The support group meet every last Thursday of the month from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm using Zoom

For more information about the support group, please contact Curtis Larade (he/him) clarade@alz.to and/or Jennifer Code (she/her) jcode@alz.to
 
To register, CLICK HERE
 
Copy of LGBTQI2S+ Caregiver Support Group – ONLINE2023-01-29T20:16:28-05:00
18 Jul

Drop-in Spousal Support Group – IN PERSON

2023-01-29T20:16:28-05:00

This monthly, drop-in support group provides an opportunity for spouses caring for a person living with dementia to come together and support each other through the caregiving experience. The goals of this group are to share personal feelings, increase healthy coping strategies, decrease isolation, and improve awareness of resources and supports in the community.

Topics for discussion will be tailored to group needs, but may include:
• Managing stress
• Ambiguous loss
• Guilt
• Family dynamics
• Self-care
• Understanding responsive behaviors
• Long-term care

Dates and time: 3rd Tuesday of every month, from 9:30 am to 11:30 am.

Location: Scotiabank Learning Centre – Providence Healthcare (3276 St Clair Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1L 1W1).

Parking: Available on-site for 2.75/each ½ hour or 10.00 daily maximum.

Registration: NOT REQUIRED – Drop-in Format

Covid Procedures: A mask is required at all times during the support group. Food and drink are not allowed in the support group space. Individuals who do not comply with Covid procedures may be asked to leave the group by the facilitator.

Drop-in Spousal Support Group – IN PERSON2023-01-29T20:16:28-05:00
29 Jun

Copy of LGBTQI2S+ Caregiver Support Group – ONLINE

2023-01-29T20:16:27-05:00
Are you or a loved one part of the LGBTQI2S+ community and impacted by dementia and/or Alzheimer’s Disease?

The Alzheimer Society of Toronto will be running a support group that will provide an opportunity for participants to share and learn with others in a supportive and inclusive environment.

Participants will decide on the focus and direction of the group, and both practical and emotional needs will be explored.

The support group meet every last Thursday of the month from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm using Zoom

For more information about the support group, please contact Curtis Larade (he/him) clarade@alz.to and/or Jennifer Code (she/her) jcode@alz.to
 
To register, CLICK HERE
 
Copy of LGBTQI2S+ Caregiver Support Group – ONLINE2023-01-29T20:16:27-05:00
20 Jun

Drop-in Spousal Support Group – IN PERSON

2023-01-29T20:16:27-05:00

This monthly, drop-in support group provides an opportunity for spouses caring for a person living with dementia to come together and support each other through the caregiving experience. The goals of this group are to share personal feelings, increase healthy coping strategies, decrease isolation, and improve awareness of resources and supports in the community.

Topics for discussion will be tailored to group needs, but may include:
• Managing stress
• Ambiguous loss
• Guilt
• Family dynamics
• Self-care
• Understanding responsive behaviors
• Long-term care

Dates and time: 3rd Tuesday of every month, from 9:30 am to 11:30 am.

Location: Scotiabank Learning Centre – Providence Healthcare (3276 St Clair Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1L 1W1).

Parking: Available on-site for 2.75/each ½ hour or 10.00 daily maximum.

Registration: NOT REQUIRED – Drop-in Format

Covid Procedures: A mask is required at all times during the support group. Food and drink are not allowed in the support group space. Individuals who do not comply with Covid procedures may be asked to leave the group by the facilitator.

Drop-in Spousal Support Group – IN PERSON2023-01-29T20:16:27-05:00
25 May

Copy of LGBTQI2S+ Caregiver Support Group – ONLINE

2023-01-29T20:16:25-05:00
Are you or a loved one part of the LGBTQI2S+ community and impacted by dementia and/or Alzheimer’s Disease?

The Alzheimer Society of Toronto will be running a support group that will provide an opportunity for participants to share and learn with others in a supportive and inclusive environment.

Participants will decide on the focus and direction of the group, and both practical and emotional needs will be explored.

The support group meet every last Thursday of the month from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm using Zoom

For more information about the support group, please contact Curtis Larade (he/him) clarade@alz.to and/or Jennifer Code (she/her) jcode@alz.to
 
To register, CLICK HERE
 
Copy of LGBTQI2S+ Caregiver Support Group – ONLINE2023-01-29T20:16:25-05:00
16 May

Drop-in Spousal Support Group – IN PERSON

2023-01-29T20:16:25-05:00

This monthly, drop-in support group provides an opportunity for spouses caring for a person living with dementia to come together and support each other through the caregiving experience. The goals of this group are to share personal feelings, increase healthy coping strategies, decrease isolation, and improve awareness of resources and supports in the community.

Topics for discussion will be tailored to group needs, but may include:
• Managing stress
• Ambiguous loss
• Guilt
• Family dynamics
• Self-care
• Understanding responsive behaviors
• Long-term care

Dates and time: 3rd Tuesday of every month, from 9:30 am to 11:30 am.

Location: Scotiabank Learning Centre – Providence Healthcare (3276 St Clair Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1L 1W1).

Parking: Available on-site for 2.75/each ½ hour or 10.00 daily maximum.

Registration: NOT REQUIRED – Drop-in Format

Covid Procedures: A mask is required at all times during the support group. Food and drink are not allowed in the support group space. Individuals who do not comply with Covid procedures may be asked to leave the group by the facilitator.

Drop-in Spousal Support Group – IN PERSON2023-01-29T20:16:25-05:00
27 Apr

Copy of LGBTQI2S+ Caregiver Support Group – ONLINE

2023-01-29T20:16:24-05:00
Are you or a loved one part of the LGBTQI2S+ community and impacted by dementia and/or Alzheimer’s Disease?

The Alzheimer Society of Toronto will be running a support group that will provide an opportunity for participants to share and learn with others in a supportive and inclusive environment.

Participants will decide on the focus and direction of the group, and both practical and emotional needs will be explored.

The support group meet every last Thursday of the month from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm using Zoom

For more information about the support group, please contact Curtis Larade (he/him) clarade@alz.to and/or Jennifer Code (she/her) jcode@alz.to
 
To register, CLICK HERE
 
Copy of LGBTQI2S+ Caregiver Support Group – ONLINE2023-01-29T20:16:24-05:00
18 Apr

Drop-in Spousal Support Group – IN PERSON

2023-01-29T20:16:23-05:00

This monthly, drop-in support group provides an opportunity for spouses caring for a person living with dementia to come together and support each other through the caregiving experience. The goals of this group are to share personal feelings, increase healthy coping strategies, decrease isolation, and improve awareness of resources and supports in the community.

Topics for discussion will be tailored to group needs, but may include:
• Managing stress
• Ambiguous loss
• Guilt
• Family dynamics
• Self-care
• Understanding responsive behaviors
• Long-term care

Dates and time: 3rd Tuesday of every month, from 9:30 am to 11:30 am.

Location: Scotiabank Learning Centre – Providence Healthcare (3276 St Clair Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1L 1W1).

Parking: Available on-site for 2.75/each ½ hour or 10.00 daily maximum.

Registration: NOT REQUIRED – Drop-in Format

Covid Procedures: A mask is required at all times during the support group. Food and drink are not allowed in the support group space. Individuals who do not comply with Covid procedures may be asked to leave the group by the facilitator.

Drop-in Spousal Support Group – IN PERSON2023-01-29T20:16:23-05:00
30 Mar

LGBTQI2S+ Caregiver Support Group – ONLINE

2023-01-29T20:16:22-05:00
Are you or a loved one part of the LGBTQI2S+ community and impacted by dementia and/or Alzheimer’s Disease?

The Alzheimer Society of Toronto will be running a support group that will provide an opportunity for participants to share and learn with others in a supportive and inclusive environment.

Participants will decide on the focus and direction of the group, and both practical and emotional needs will be explored.

The support group meet every last Thursday of the month from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm using Zoom

For more information about the support group, please contact Curtis Larade (he/him) clarade@alz.to and/or Jennifer Code (she/her) jcode@alz.to
 
To register, CLICK HERE
 
LGBTQI2S+ Caregiver Support Group – ONLINE2023-01-29T20:16:22-05:00
30 Mar

Copy of LGBTQI2S+ Caregiver Support Group – ONLINE

2023-01-29T20:16:22-05:00
Are you or a loved one part of the LGBTQI2S+ community and impacted by dementia and/or Alzheimer’s Disease?

The Alzheimer Society of Toronto will be running a support group that will provide an opportunity for participants to share and learn with others in a supportive and inclusive environment.

Participants will decide on the focus and direction of the group, and both practical and emotional needs will be explored.

The support group meet every last Thursday of the month from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm using Zoom

For more information about the support group, please contact Curtis Larade (he/him) clarade@alz.to and/or Jennifer Code (she/her) jcode@alz.to
 
To register, CLICK HERE
 
Copy of LGBTQI2S+ Caregiver Support Group – ONLINE2023-01-29T20:16:22-05:00

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