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Self-Care of Caregivers Using the 12 Steps
January 24 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
An event every week that begins at 9:30am on Friday, repeating indefinitely
**Self-Care for Caregivers Using the 12 Steps: Every Friday at 9:30-11:00 (New Time)**
This new weekly support group is based on the book “Self-Care for Caregivers: A 12 Step Approach”. As care partners we struggle to meet both our loved one’s needs and still find time and resources for ourselves. Using the 12 Steps as a guide, this group will focus on topics such as Lack of Social Life, Guilt and Shame, Old Grudges, Anger, Chronic Grief, Resentments, Yearnings for the Way Things Were, Depression, Jealousy, Embarrassment and Denial. This group is for anyone who seriously wants to practice the 12 Steps. Previous experience with the 12 Steps is not needed. Jack Johnston, Kay Schlecht, and Marianne Troy will facilitate this group.
Please note that due to COVID-19, all of our in-person group meetings have been suspended. You may, however, join this meeting online by clicking the link below or calling in: General Support Group online: https://zoom.us/j/537095085 We encourage you to join by using the link above. But you call join by phone: Join by Smart […]Find out more »
**Self-Care for Caregivers Using the 12 Steps: Every Friday at 9:30-11:00 (New Time)** This new weekly support group is based on the book “Self-Care for Caregivers: A 12 Step Approach”. As care partners we struggle to meet both our loved one’s needs and still find time and resources for ourselves. Using the 12 Steps as […]Find out more »
This group is designed for those who live on or near Marco Island. Some have been dealing with neurocognitive disorders for a long time and others are just beginning their journey. There is much to be gained by sharing and feeling understood by others who are dealing with the same issues. This group is facilitated by Clarke […]Find out more »
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