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FORGET ALZHEIMER'S Mentored Online Support Group for Dementia carers

Organisation: Malwina Aisha Dementia Practitioner

Forget Alzheimers free mentored online support group Are you caring for a person living with Dementia? What are you doing to look after yourself right now? How are you taking care of yourself right now? Join my online carer circle gathering; a confidential, non-judgmental, empathetic and sharing space, created by me for those of us who care for people living with dementia. Forget Alzheimers carer circle gatherings will take place weekly online and are led by the rules for circle gatherings. They allow carers to connect with their personal feelings and emotions and take care of themselves without leaving their own home. Benefits of my Forget Alzheimers mentored online circle gathering support group: -You will discover the beneficial power of a gathering circle: space for development, growth, and deep transformation -You will connect with yourself and express everything that is important to you. -You will be able to talk about the emotions that have accompanied you recently. -You will see yourself and everyone else in greater confidence and willingness to cooperate. -You will get the power to continue your dedicated work. -You will learn empathic listening. -You will learn how to communicate your needs better. -You will improve the relationship with the person you look after. JOIN ME My Forget Alzheimers mentored online support group is run free of charge. This is my personal answer to the question of how do dementia care givers take care of ourselves now, when we are isolated even more than before. Meetings are held on Tuesday afternoons or late evening; the number of participants is limited to 12 per group. Applications for participation are accepted by sending an e-mail.

Tuesday 9th

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Please enter details of your event or activity: Forget Alzheimers free mentored online support group Are you caring for a person living with Dementia? What are you doing to look after yourself right now? How are you taking care of yourself right now? Join my online carer circle gathering; a confidential, non-judgmental, empathetic and sharing space, created by me for those of us who care for people living with dementia. Forget Alzheimers carer circle gatherings will take place weekly online and are led by the rules for circle gatherings. They allow carers to connect with their personal feelings and emotions and take care of themselves without leaving their own home. Benefits of my Forget Alzheimers mentored online circle gathering support group: -You will discover the beneficial power of a gathering circle: space for development, growth, and deep transformation -You will connect with yourself and express everything that is important to you. -You will be able to talk about the emotions that have accompanied you recently. -You will see yourself and everyone else in greater confidence and willingness to cooperate. -You will get the power to continue your dedicated work. -You will learn empathic listening. -You will learn how to communicate your needs better. -You will improve the relationship with the person you look after. JOIN ME My Forget Alzheimers mentored online support group is run free of charge. This is my personal answer to the question of how do dementia care givers take care of ourselves now, when we are isolated even more than before. Meetings are held on Tuesday afternoons or late evening; the number of participants is limited to 12 per group. Applications for participation are accepted by sending an e-mail.
Event Dates: Tuesday 9th

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