St Agnes offers an interfaith support group specifically designed for those who are caregivers to individuals with dementia. Whether you are living a 30-hour day caring for your loved one, you do this as a profession, or help family/friends take care of someone with dementia, this group is for you. The sessions are facilitated by a team of individuals who have dealt with loved ones with dementia. They include individuals trained by the Alzheimer’s Association, a professional counselor and a certified spiritual director.
Meetings are held the first Tuesday of the month.
Location: St Agnes Church, Resurrection Hall, Room 306 (In the event of venue closure, meetings will take place online via Zoom or freeconferencecall.com)
For information on meeting location, please contact Sandy Monier at firstname.lastname@example.org, 724-600-6767 or call the St Agnes main office at 724-863-2626.
Supported by ClergyAgainstAlzheimer’s Network and FaithUnitedAgainstAlzheimer’s Coalition which “are diverse, interfaith national communities of clergy, other faith leaders, laity, and organizations advocating for dementia friendly faith communities across the country and demanding action to stop Alzheimer’s.”