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Support Group Facilitator Resources

To our wonderful Support Group Facilitators: Thank you for your dedication, devotion, and passion. You provide hope, strength, and you touch people’s lives in more ways than you know. This section of our website is a resource for you, to help you and your group needs.

Important Information and Facilitator Forms

  • Contact Larissa Tirado, Support Group Coordinator at ltirado@alz.org or 949.757.3758:
    • With any questions or concerns about support groups
    • To request a customized flier for your support group
    • To receive the latest information about upcoming educational opportunities and Chapter events
  • The 24/7 Helpline is a vital supportive resource.  We encourage both you and your group members to utilize the Helpline, it is a valuable support between meetings.
  • Support Group Roster Form (group sign-in sheets) -PDF
  • Monthly Facilitator Meeting Schedule -PDF
  • Useful Links for Facilitators and Group Members

    Ongoing Facilitator Support

    Being a Support Group Facilitator is a labor of love. If you need additional support or find a situation to be outside the scope of your training, contact Larissa Tirado, Support Group Coordinator at 949.757.3758 or the 24/7 Helpline at 800.272.3900 and ask for a Care Consultant.  Facilitators need support too!

    Volunteer as a Support Group Facilitator

    Become an Alzheimer's Association trained support group facilitator and provide much needed support for families directly affected by dementia.  If you are interested in becoming a facilitator, please contact Larisa Tirado, Support Group Coordinator, at ltirado@alz.org or 949.757.3758

     

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