Open to all caregivers is an open discussion focusing on the many challenges caregivers face.
A group for caregivers that have completed the Savvy Caregiver training program.
Grief Support Group is for caregivers who have recently lost loved ones.
This support group is for those in the early stages of Dementia who are comfortable sharing their experiences with the diagnosis and want to talk with others in a group setting. It also includes a separate support group for caregivers that meets at the same time in another room.
Go on a journey through the past and explore the fascinating ways that Southwest Florida has played a part in shaping history. The Dubin Center visit will involve exploring the ways that Southwest Florida was impacted by World War II, learning about the Calusa Native American tribe who built a complex empire as the first […]
Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) Support Group: A group for caregivers caring for someone living with FTD. It is led by an AFTD-affiliated facilitator who has received additional FTD training. Before attending your first group please contact group facilitator Dan Moser at 239-334-6417 or firstname.lastname@example.org
An engaging and interactive training program offered to family caregivers. Goals of the training are to: Understand Dementia Managing Challenging Behaviors Handling Stress Finding Time for Yourself Caregiving is hard, even on the good days when it brings joy and fulfillment. It requires dedication, determination and time.
Caring for yourself is one of the most important and often easily forgotten things you can do as a caregiver. When your needs are taken care of, the person you care for will benefit, too. The Me Time class will foster a relaxing and light-hearted environment that promotes holistic well-being of oneself. Through interactive education, […]