Support Groups Work

Support groups work. When times are unknown or difficult, do yourself a favor and reach out to a support group. Support groups capably led are a critical part of our health care system. Mae Greenberg talks about her job facilitating support groups, why she chose this work, and what she takes away from it.

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Posted on August 22nd, 2011 in category: Caregiving, Dignity, Family, Health with the tags: , , , , , , , ,

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  1. Nine years into my father’s Alzheimer’s, and after two false starts, I finally found an active support group at my local library. What a godsend. I have no idea when I go what topics will come up, but I know I’ll learn a lot from people ahead of me and be able to give to people my situation is ahead of. My group is sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association, and I’m so grateful.

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