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I participated in a caregiver study in 2015 and learned a lot and also attended a caregiver class.

For all who may be interested
I found a caregiver support group via video conference
Alska.com , the Alska caregiver organization and also Supportgroupscentral.com
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Check out the Alzheimer's Association. Also call Area Agency on Aging to find support and other resources in your area. Mom is on hospice? You should have 24/7 access to the hospice social worker and other assistance.
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Here in Cleveland, Ohio, we have two very large hospital systems, the Cleveland Clinic and also Case Western Reserve University Hospital which is a teaching hospital. These two systems have many, many public and patient oriented classes, both online and in person. If you wanted to, since the classes are online and not in-person, you could even check their websites. Home Health Care agencies may also know of classes.
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hi faith, I read a previous post, I believe you take care of mom who is on hospice? is she still on hospice? maybe you can ask hospice for a list of support in your area? otherwise this website is a good source for questions. although there is a wait time for answers. I don't know of phone/video conferencing. maybe someone else will come along in a few days that knows something about that.
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