Groups Offer Support, Advice Coping With Alzheimer's
The Connecticut chapter of the national Alzheimer's Association lists 100 support groups for caregivers of family members with Alzheimer's and six groups for people who have the disease. If you need help, see our list of Alzheimer's support groups and organizations.
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Alzheimer's Support Group
Sharon Scully, 57, (at right) shares stories with Bonnie, 57, (who declined to give her last name) about travels to Hawaii at a recent support group meeting for patients with early stage younger onset of Alzheimer's Disease. The group meets at the Connecticut chapter of the Alzheimer's Association in Rocky Hill.