A caregiver is anyone who provides help to another person in need, whether that's an ill spouse or partner, a disabled child or an aging relative. If you're among them, you know that taking care of someone who needs your assistance can be very rewarding. But it can also exact a high toll.
Facilitated by Chaplain Pam Werth, diaconal minister, and Karen Kelm, Lincoln House, Fond du Lac, Alzheimer's disease caregivers are invited to gather with other caregivers to share concerns, discuss what does or does not work, share local resources and more.
To learn more about this free support group, call Karen Kelm at (920) 229-2675.