ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT GROUP

ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT GROUP

99,000

MINNESOTANS OVER AGE 65 WERE LIVING WITH ALZHEIMER'S IN 2020

171,000

OF THEIR FRIENDS AND FAMILY PROVIDED THEM 156 MILLION HOURS OF UNPAID CARE IN 2021

You're not alone. Come together with others in central Minnesota.

Alzheimer’s is a disease that affects not only the individual experiencing alzheimer’s, but also their entire family.

Alzheimer’s is not a regular part of aging. While no treatment or medication that can stop or reverse alzheimer’s, early detection can play an important role in slowing it.

More than 80% of Americans know little or are not familiar with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) which can be an early stage of alzheimer’s.

Community education can be a powerful way to spread awareness to those in our community and help those experiencing alzheimer’s receive the resources they need.

Williams Integracare hosts a monthly support group meeting to bring together those affected by alzheimer’s. Our group aims to contribute to the overall efforts of the national Alzheimer’s Association.

These meetings will provide educational resources and support for individuals living with alzheimer’s and their family members.

Join us for our next support group meeting on January 19th, 2023 at 10:30 am

Support group meetings are held one Thursday each month in the conference room at Williams Integracare’s Sartell clinic. We request you please RSVP prior to each support group meeting so we can know how many people to anticipate. 

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RSVP by Email

Send an email to nurse Tara at Tara@integracareclinics.com and include the names of those who will be attending and your phone number.

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RSVP by Phone

Call the clinic at (320) 251-2600 and asked to be transferred to nurse Tara’s voicemail. Include the names of those who will be attending and your phone number in your voicemail. 

Phone: (320) 251-2600
Email:
info@integracareclinics.com

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