Support Groups

Our Support Group Recommendations

We have written an in-depth guide to support groups for Alzheimers and Dementia caregivers in Wake County.

Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementials

Meetings are held in Cary at St. Michael’s Archangel Center next to the church the 3rd Thursday of every month at 10 AM. Facilitated by Laurie Ray.

For more info, contact [email protected].

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Brain Injury Association of North Carolina

The BIANC Resource Book is intended to be a resource guide for individuals with brain injury, family members of people with brain injuries, and professionals who serve people with brain injury. We strive to keep all information as up-to-date as possible. If you see edits that need to be made, or if you would like to learn more about adding your business to the guide, please contact: [email protected]

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Cary Memory Cafe

The Memory Café is celebrating one year of success as a growing collaborative project between the five Rotary Clubs of Cary, NC. We want to say thank you to all of the volunteers and to the following clubs:

The Memory Café is a fun, safe and welcoming place for guests with Alzheimer’s and/or dementia and their caregivers. The café is free and offers fellowship, dinner, music and dancing.

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Support Groups from the Dementia Alliance of NC

A caregiver support group can act as a positive outlet providing caregivers a regular time for social interaction outside of the home. The groups offer a safe place where any negative emotions about caregiving can be expressed and validated (like anger, frustration and grief), helping participants feel like they are NOT alone. Support groups also help caregivers maintain balance by doing something for themselves instead of always caring for their loved one.

Dementia Support Groups

Please contact us today if you need assistance with your care journey or give us a call at (919) 436-1871