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Caregiver Support

North Shore Memories and More in September 2014

A Social Recreation Program for those living with early to mid stages of dementia, along with their care partner.

Details of the 10-week Program

People’s experiences in our Groups: Harmony, connectedness, insight, feeling not alone, learning, feeling appreciated

“It’s so good to be with people who understand and care”

 

Are you a caregiver?
You are if you provide a family member or friend who is chronically ill, elderly, palliative or living with a disability with any of the following types of assistance:
  • Coordination of care: transportation to appointments, arranging services, visiting
  • Support: phone check-in, supervision, emotional support
  • Personal care: dressing, bathing, eating
  • Household work: house cleaning, shopping, running errands, preparing meals, yard work
Register with our program by calling 604-985-7138, email: karyn.davies@nscr.bc.ca or complete and return the registration form below:
Registration is free, confidential and you will receive our newsletter, calendar plus information on upcoming events.


“I now see how gifts like courage, compassion, and connection only work when they are exercised. Every day.”
― Brene Brown




Services offered include:
  • Caregiver support groups and educational workshops
  • Stress management strategies and relaxation techniques
  • Telephone support and individual consultations
  • Assistance in navigating the health care system
  • Information and referral to health care and community services
  • Library with books, videos, and other educational resources
 
Contact Information
The Caregiver Support Program is located at:
North Shore Community Resources
935 Marine Drive, Suite 201 (Capilano Mall)
North Vancouver, BC V7P 1S3
Tel: (604) 985-7138
For staff contact info, please click here.
 
Caregiver Support is funded by:

  

 

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