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Community Support Groups

Caring for someone living with dementia? We are here to provide you support, empathy, and compassion as you journey alongside your loved one. The Dementia Institute offers a monthly support group where you can connect with others, receive encouragement, and learn ways to cope with challenging situations.

Dementia support groups are also in place for Holland Home residents and their families. Please contact the Dementia Institute to learn more.

We provide support, empathy, and compassion for caregivers, family and friends of those with dementia.

Who the support groups
are designed for:

Family, friends, and caregivers of people living with dementia. Peer support groups offer a reassuring, confidential, and safe place to talk to others about how dementia affects your life.

Who leads the
support groups:

Our dementia support group facilitators are highly certified specialists in dementia training, caregiving and grief counseling.

The Benefits of Joining a Dementia Support Group

Create a Support System for Yourself:
Support groups can offer ideas on how to take care of yourself and provide care for your loved one.
Gain Valuable Guidance:
It helps to talk with other caregivers and learn what they have found helpful in coping with their loved one’s condition.
Learn About Resources:
Support groups can be helpful in offering information, guidance, and resources.

Support Group Details:

Date: Third Thursday of every month

Time: 6:30 – 7:30 pm

Cost: FREE

Location: Holland Home Corporate CLS Training Room

2100 Raybrook St. SE, Suite 201 Grand Rapids, MI 49546

Enter the North entrance, then take the first hallway to the left and check in with the Holland Home receptionist.


*Registration for support groups is not required, but allows us to contact you about any possible changes.

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While registration for support groups is not required, it does allow us to contact you about changes.

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