Workshops & Information Sessions

Ambiguous Loss & Grief in Dementia

"The word 'ambiguous' helped me understand what was going on.  I'm still married to my wife.  I love her, but I don't live with her.  I've always been crazy about her and still am.  She's looked after, but it is a huge loss for me.  The ambiguity is exactly how I feel."  - a male caregiver in Toronto

Ambiguous Loss & Grief in Dementia is a workshop for families and friends of a person living with dementia.  There are many losses on the dementia journey long before death occurs.  Join the Alzheimer Society and local Hospices as we help you work through the grieving process.

Saturday, March 7, 2020
10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Barrie (with Hospice Simcoe)

Lunch is not provided. 

There is no cost to this workshop; however, registration is required.  For more information or to register, please call Dana Bessette at 705-722-1066 ext 225 or email [email protected]

 


Last Updated: 12/02/2019