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General Caregiver Support Group in Alameda County

Join FCA for an ongoing monthly support group for
family caregivers on the third Wednesday of each month.

To register and for more information: Please contact Amanda Hartrey, LMFT, Family Caregiver Alliance at 415-434-3388 ext. 334 or email [email protected]

Please call to register before going to this support group.

General Caregiver Support Group in Alameda County

Join FCA for an ongoing monthly support group for
family caregivers on the third Wednesday of each month.

To register and for more information: Please contact Amanda Hartrey, LMFT, Family Caregiver Alliance at 415-434-3388 ext. 334 or email [email protected]

Please call to register before going to this support group.

Grupo de Apoyo en Espanol (Monthly Spanish Support Group)

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Grupo de Apoyo en Español

Venga a compartir su experiencia, consejos y apoyo con otros cuidadores.

Para mas información:

Por favor llame a
Adriana Sanchez​
(415) 434-3388 ext. 316

Grupo de Apoyo en Espanol (Monthly Spanish Support Group)

Usted esta Invitado al…    
Grupo de Apoyo en Español

Venga a compartir su experiencia, consejos y apoyo con otros cuidadores.

Para mas información:

Por favor llame a
Adriana Sanchez​
(415) 434-3388 ext. 316

Grupo de Apoyo en Espanol (Monthly Spanish Support Group)

Usted esta Invitado al…    
Grupo de Apoyo en Español

Venga a compartir su experiencia, consejos y apoyo con otros cuidadores.

Para mas información:

Por favor llame a
Adriana Sanchez​
(415) 434-3388 ext. 316

Foro Latino (Spanish Speaking Caregiver Conference)

 

Una conferencia gratis para familiares y amigos que cuidan a un ser querido con demencia o una persona mayor con enfermedades crónicas. Aprenda de los expertos, participe en actividads terapéuticas en grupo, y disfrute de desayuno gratuito.

Taking Care of SoMEone Else

One of the greatest challenges of being a family caregiver is maintaining one’s own physical and emotional health—all too often, caregivers neglect their health and well being. We cannot stop the impact of a chronic illness on a loved one. However, we, as caregivers, need to be responsible for our own self-care.

It Takes Two! A Refreshing Approach to Understanding and Coping With Dementia Behavior

This four-week class offers new skills and tools for family caregivers
who care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias.

In It Takes Two!, you will

  • learn more about your relative’s ability to understand and communicate.
  • learn new skills to handle troubling behavior.
  • feel more confident and positive about your caregiving role.

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