SETX Alzheimer’s Support Group – Third Tuesday Monthly in Port Neches

SETX Alzheimer’s Support Groups are an extremely valuable resources for the family members, friends, and caregivers of Southeast Texas senior citizens struggling with Alzheimer’s.

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One great group in Port Neches is “Alzheimer’s Caregivers”.

The group meets monthly:

  • Third Thursday
  • 11A
  • Port Neches Senior Center
  • 633 Avenue A in Port Neches Tx

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SETX Alzheimer’s Support Groups provide a number of key roles for the family and friends of those struggling with Alzheimer’s:Alzheimer's Support Group Port Neches, Alzheimer's help Port Arthur, Alzheimer's Golden Triangle

  • They provide information about key Southeast Texas Alzheimer’s resources
  • Those already coping with a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia can share their insights and lend emotional support
  • Often we do not have anywhere we feel comfortable sharing our frustrations and venting about the toll Alzheimer’s takes on our lives – a Southeast Texas Alzheimer’s group gives you that freedom to unload your frustration in a safe place.

Call the Port Neches Senior Center for more information about this wonderful SETX Alzheimer’s Support Group: (409) 727-8650.

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