A Place for Caregivers Supporting Loved Ones with Memory Loss

Caring for someone with memory loss, whether due to dementia, Alzheimer’s, or other conditions, can be emotionally and physically challenging. In this journey, support plays a crucial role not only for the caregiver but also for the individual experiencing memory loss.

Caregivers often face overwhelming stress and isolation, which isn’t beneficial for either them or their loved ones experiencing memory loss. Establishing a support network—whether through friends, family, or support groups—offers a place to share experiences, express emotions, and gain valuable advice.

Knowing that others understand and empathize with the challenges can provide a sense of relief and validation. It can make the journey a little more doable. That’s what a support group such as Memory Cafe will do for you.

Memory Cafe is Crucial for Caregivers

Memory Cafes provide a crucial support system for caregivers, offering a space where they can share their experiences, seek advice, and receive emotional support from others who understand the challenges they face. They offer support both for carers and for loved ones living with memory loss.

Here’s a few local Memory Cafe’s for you to consider attending.

Memory Cafe – Sun Lakes
Every Monday (except holidays)
9:30 – 10:00 a.m. Coffee, Water, and Pastries
10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Support Group
Sun Lakes United Methodist Church
9248 E. Riggs Rd. Sun Lakes, AZ 85248
(Education building – Far North parking building)
Learn more Sun Lakes Creative Engagement Partners

Memory Cafe – Chandler
1st & 3rd Friday of each month
10:00am – 11:30am
Saint Matthews Episcopal Church
901 West Erie Street, Chandler Arizona 85225