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Research has shown that attending a support group can not only reduce caregiver stress but improve the functioning of people with Alzheimer’s, keep them living at home longer, and assist in managing difficult behaviors that may arise. Studies have found that the least depressed caregivers attend a group.

Many people don’t attend a group because they think they are depressing or someplace you go if you can’t cope. And group members themselves have often found that while the group is a good place to cry if you need to, it is also is a great place to laugh.

People of all ages, races, genders, education levels and backgrounds.

Although many members join when they are feeling overwhelmed and uncertain, people who attend groups tend to be strong individuals who are looking to gain the best support available for themselves and their families and who want to learn about the disease, and prepare for the future.

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A group may then follow-up with issues from the previous meeting, answer questions, provide educational information, or allow an open format for member discussion.

Groups conclude in a variety of ways that vary from a deep breathing exercise or the facilitator providing handouts on topics discussed in the meeting to the telling of a ‘joke of the month’ or a ten minute coffee break for members to chat informally.

It also allows creates an opportunity for participants to help each other deal with the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease. Most groups meet once a month for 60-90 minutes and provide a combination of education and emotional support.

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