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Alzheimer's Community Support Group
Alzheimer's Community Support Group in South Jordan, Utah.
When a loved one faces the difficulties associated with a memory disorder such as Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia, the care requirements can often be overwhelming to family members. Carrington Court and the Alzheimer's Association of Utah are teaming up to offer support, education, assistance, and understanding of the special needs associated with caring for a loved one coping with Alzheimer's and other dementias.
More than 65 million people, 29% of the U.S. population, provide care for a chronically ill, disabled or aged family member or friend during any given year and spend an average of 20 hours per week providing care for their loved one.Caregiving in the United States;
National Alliance for Caregiving in collaboration with AARP; November 2009
We know that it can be overwhelming, so come and meet with families and other members of the community to get informative support and the understanding you deserve. Join our Alzheimer's Community Support Group every 3rd Thursday at 6:30 P.M.
Seniors who require help from time to time but wish to maintain their independence are good candidates for assisted living.
Carrington Court's Assisted Living community is designed for seniors who require assistance in some aspects of daily living. This assistance can include help with mobility, transportation, medication administration, personal grooming and hygiene, incontinence management and more. Carrington Court offers care plans designed to suit the specific needs of each resident.
Seniors who have memory impairments, dementia, or Alzheimer's disease are great candidates for memory care.
Carrington Court's Memory Care Community is designed to support seniors suffering from Alzheimer's Disease or other memory disorders. While safety and security are the primary concern, care plans are also customized to the individuals' needs and the family's wishes. Resources such as Alzheimer's support groups are often available to assist loved ones.