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Alzheimer's Disease Support (cont.)

Support groups for Alzheimer's disease patients

Support groups can help you know that you are not alone in your frustration, anger, or grief. Joining a support group may help you to cope with the changes and emotions you experience.

  • Ask your physician or clergy member if he or she knows of any support group.

  • Contact a community center, library, residential care facility, or church in your area. Some offer support groups.

  • Call the Area Agency on Aging in your city, county, or state.

  • Ask people you know for suggestions.

  • Try one of these links:

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