You may feel that you are the only one dealing with a loved one who is demanding, difficult, or belligerent. You may feel sad that your loved one is in need and confused about your new role as caregiver.
Support groups encourage caregivers to care for themselves and serve as a reminder that it is not selfish for caregivers to attend to their own needs. Come join our safe, secure online support group where we will address all issues in a non-judgmental environment and will discuss the opportunities and challenges of caring for a loved one. We understand how hard it is for you to leave the house, so take advantage of the JFS Online Support Group Project so we can come to you. All you need is a computer with Internet access!
6 Mondays starting February 26th, 12:45 – 1:45 pm
At JFS, 1 Holly Hill Lane, Greenwich
Facilitator: Lisa-Loraine Smith, LCSW
Fee: $120 per series (Sliding scale fees available as needed.)
How do I sign up? Click here to register for this group.
To get more information about this group, please call 203-622-1881 or simply complete the online form below:
A JFS social worker will contact you soon to answer any questions you might have and to determine if this group will be a good fit for your needs.
Here’s what some participants have to say about JFS Support Groups:
“The JFS Bereavement Group helped me get through an extremely difficult time. The sessions were supportive, and I left them with a sense of healing and peace.” –Ms. S., age 45
“I found the JFS Separation & Divorce Group to be of great value. The common bond of facing a new life after major disappointment brought everyone in the group together.” –Ms. M., age 56
“The group facilitator, along with the support from the participants, provided me with the tools to deal with what I was going through. Not only have I changed for the better, but I have developed new friendships that will last for years to come.” –Mr. K, age 48
“I want to thank you for leading us through the desert to the mountain. Life is a journey…happiness and contentment are on that road.” –Mrs. B., age 66