Memory Care Support at Windy Hill
The purpose of the memory care support group is to provide a “safe” environment for people living with dementia and their caregivers to socialize and get support. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from others and get support on a variety of topics and issues.
This group's discussions are confidential. All information shared during group will be kept confidential, with the exception of a dangerous or abusive situation.
Schedule of Events
Windy Hill's Memory Care Support group meets every Wednesday at 12:30 pm starting this November. Please sign up below to attend.
Stages of the Disease Process
The Brain Tour
Dr. Purvi Patel
Approved & Future Treatment Medications
Alaina Onderko, RPh
Building a Care Team
Jennifer Weitkamp, Social Worker
Atty. Jennifer Stetter, Elder Law
Alesha Miller, Social Worker
Telling Others about the Disease
Tammy Miller, CDP
Jenna Lawrence, CDP
Maintaining Independence & Care Partner Support
Tammy Miller, CDP
Emotions, Behavior & Communication
Stigma & Advocacy
Memory Care Coordinator
Cross Keys Village
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this support group for individuals with dementia or their caregivers?
This support group is beneficial for both those diagnosed with dementia and their caregivers. The group begins in a whole group setting, then caregivers and individuals with dementia are placed in separate groups.
Do individuals with dementia need to attend?
It's encouraged for them to attend, but not necessary.
Who is eligible to attend?
This group is designed for people with recently-diagnosed dementia; however, the information can be beneficial to caregivers of people with all levels of dementia.
Does my loved one have to be formally diagnosed to attend?
Yes, your loved one must have a diagnosis of dementia in order to participate. This is to ensure the participant is truly experiencing dementia and not other medical issues that resemble dementia.
If your loved one is not diagnosed, and is experiencing symptoms, please contact your loved one's primary care physician.