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We’ve been working with caregivers and individuals living with dementia for 26 years. We are here to support you and help you navigate resources including but not limited to support groups and trainings, home healthcare, community placement, hospice, respite and more.

Person-centered Dementia Care and Support

The team at The Dubin Center supports individuals and caregivers by:
• Valuing personal autonomy, choice, comfort and dignity;

• Focusing on strengths and abilities;

• Enabling opportunities for shared experiences;

• Enhancing individual purpose, meaning, choice and belonging.

Visit our support group page to find in-person and zoom sessions each month.

Beginning to experience memory loss can become a stressful and uncertain time.
OUR SAFETY PROGRAM

We offer educational materials to keep your loved ones safe.

The Dubin Center is pleased to offer educational materials designed to keep your loved one suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or other memory impairment safe. All the materials and services are offered free of charge and can be picked up at the center or mailed to your home. Please visit the Resources at the bottom of the page for more information.

Wanderer’s Identification Bracelet

The Dubin Center offers a Safety Program with an emergency plan kit for the caregiver and an identification bracelet to help find people who are prone to wandering. This program was designed to help save lives should a loved one go missing or should something happen to the caregiver. Call the center to learn more 239-437-3007.

REUNITE PROGRAM

Free Scent Kit Delivered to Your Home

As a local United Way agency, we work with our community partners to keep our clients safe. The ReUnite Program is a community based collaborative program between the Lee County Sheriff’s Office and the United Way, a non-profit organization, dedicated to improving the quality of life in our community.


The goal of this program is to aid first responders in search and rescue operations for at risk individuals who may be prone to wandering or getting lost. For more information on the program, please email ReUnite@UnitedWayLee.org or call (239) 433-3900.

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