If you are serving in a caregiving role and feeling isolated and needing to talk to someone, call each other, call some of our collaborating organizations, attend a support group or contact us for individual support – email@example.com or 970-305-5271 – leave a message and one of us will call you back.
We offer WEEKLY virtual Care Partner Support Group
Every Wednesday from 10-11 am. (and in person at Timberline Church, Fort Collins, on the 2nd Wednesday of the month, 10-11 am.)
How to access our remote activities:
We are using Zoom video conferencing tool. Click here at meeting time –https://zoom.us/j/148504348. Password: dt Phone in via 253-215-8782 US. If you want help with Zoom setup and testing, contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-305-5271) by the day before to give us time to help.
Contented Dementia Family/Care Partner consultations, classes, and workshops
If you have ever wondered whether it is possible to create lifelong contentment for a parent or other family member living with dementia, this is the course for you.
Our executive director, Cyndy Luzinski, is the only accredited SPECAL Practitioner in North America, credentialed by the Contented Dementia Trust in England, to teach the SPECAL Method the way it is intended to enable care partners to create lifelong well-being for loved ones living with dementia. (Dementia Together is working with the Contented Dementia Trust to train more coaches and practitioners to expand the reach in the United States of this effective, practical, family-driven, person-directed approach to dementia care.)
Our latest schedule of classes is on our Calendar.
For more resources check out Dementia Map
Personal consultation and caregiver support and resources offered at Larimer County Office on Aging at 970-498-7750, Weld County Office on Aging at 970-400-6950, and Alzheimer’s Association 970-472-9798 and 970-392-9202.