Alzheimer’s group needs volunteers

  • Friday, May 24, 2019 5:35pm
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The Alzheimer’s Association is seeking volunteers to facilitate family caregiver support groups in Langley.

“Caregivers of those with dementia often feel helpless and alone in their experience,” said April Scott, manager of community support at the Alzheimer’s Association, Washington State Chapter.

Support group facilitators aren’t required to be experts. A commitment of at least one year is required.

For information on becoming a facilitator, contact April Scott, at 206-529-3875 or apscott@alz.org

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