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Call your local nursing homes and assisted living facilities. You will be surprised how many options are out there.
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Dear jomode,

I did a Google search and hope this information helps:

ct.gov/agingservices/lib/.../pdf/connecticutcaregiversupportgroups052010.pdf






Meets on the 2nd Friday of the month @ 6:30 pm: Alzheimer's Support Group. Bristol Hospital –. Ingraham Adult Day Care. Brewster Road. Bristol, CT 06011. (860) 585-3269. Karen Cornell,. Facilitator. Meets on the 1st Monday ... Alzheimer's Association. 279 New Britain Road. Suite 5. Kensington, CT. (860) 828-2828.
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jomode, I suggest calling your local agency on aging to see if there are any support groups for those who are caring for someone with dementia.

Sometimes these groups are hard to find because not many caregivers are able to take time off to attend a meeting.

In the mean time, we welcome you here as all of us have been or are caregivers to those who are older some with memory issues, some with mobile issues, etc. Lot of caregivers here who can give you directions and give suggestions :)
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