The Alzheimer’s Association Support Group exists to provide a safe environment for those who have a loved one who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
All are traveling their own journey with this disease.
Through this group, people find common ground as they learn about life with Alzheimer’s.
Any person who has a husband or wife, parent, friend or significant other are invited to join when they are ready.
The Alzheimer’s Association
Support Group meets:
Where: Carroll Public Library
Community Meeting Room
118 East 5th St
Carroll, IA 51401
When: 3rd Wednesday each month
Time: 1:30 p.m.
How long: Meetings last one hour.
Questions? Call (712) 794-5395 or (712) 794-5291
Our group is open to the public and is facilitated by trained individuals in a confidential and supportive environment.
The goals are to:
- Create a setting in which people can offer one another emotional, social, and spiritual support.
- Provide opportunities to learn more about Alzheimer’s Disease.
- Make it possible to interact in informal settings.
Caregivers can meet with others to find support, encouragement, hope, and know they are not alone. It means so much to talk to someone who has “been there.”