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For those dealing with a loved one with memory loss or dementia our groups provide support for both the Carer and person being cared for.

Grenville Memory Loss Group

This group is designed to support people caring for a family member or friend with memory loss. Onsite respite can be provided for the person with memory loss. Carers support each other through shared experiences, and a range of guest speakers presenting  various topics of interest. This group meets at Grenville Community Hub. Playford Boulevard Elizabeth, on the fourth Thursday of the month between 1pm and 3pm.

Our Group

Our Group caters for Carers in the Salisbury area, who are caring for someone with Memory Loss.  “Our Group” is held on the first Friday of each month at the Jack Young Centre between 2 - 4.00pm.  A trained Care worker is on site to care for the person you care for.

Reaching Out Support Group

Reaching Out Support Group targets people caring for someone with memory loss. The group meets at the Helping Hand Centre at Ingle Farm on the first Thursday of the month between 10.30am until 12.30pm.  A care worker is available to provide care for the person with memory loss in an adjoining room whilst the Carers share experiences, information and support.

Acquired Brain Injury

This group provides an opportunity to learn through shared experiences of others in a similar caring role. As well as enjoying each other’s company and friendship a variety of guest speakers attend the group to provide valuable information to assist Carers in their caring role. They meet at the Jack Young Centre, Orange Avenue Salisbury, Held on the second Friday of the month 1pm – 3pm  

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support groups

 

Northern Carers Network offers access to a range of Support Groups for Carers. Some are specialised and others are more general. Some groups meet monthly and some fortnightly. Some share coffee and a chat and others hear from guest speakers or go out and about. What they all have in common is they provide an opportunity for Carers to connect with people in similar circumstances to their own.

View the list of support groups here.