Date: December 14, 1:00 – 4:00 pm (Pacific)
Description: This special Alzheimer’s Los Angeles Support Group Facilitator Training for American Indian and Alaska Native community staff interested in starting up and facilitating a dementia specific support group. Professionals and laypeople are welcome. This session provides a discussion of the purpose and value of support groups, information on starting and maintaining a support group as well as an understanding of group dynamics and the group process.
Objectives: After attending this course, the participant will know:
- The purpose of a support group
- How to start a group
- How to market and maintain a support group
- How to manage group dynamics and facilitate the group process
Presenters: Zina Paris, MSW, Director of Clinical Services, Alzheimer’s Los Angeles & Anne Oh, MSG, Manager of Support Groups and Activity Programs, Alzheimer’s Los Angeles
To Register: : Call Anne Oh, Manager of Support Groups and Activity Programs, at (323) 930-6271 or, email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Questions: Contact Jamie Ishcomer-Aazami at email@example.com