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Livewell Support Groups for Dementia Caregivers

Caring for your loved ones with dementia is a challenging task and although you do it out of love for your parent or grandparent, it doesn’t…

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Imani – Specialised Care for Eating Disorders

If you have any clients who you feel would benefit from attending please just send Kathryn an email and she will make sure they receive a good welcome from staff.

FREE FAMILY SUPPORT GROUPS:

  • The last Saturday of every month from 11:00-12:15

The facilitators are Ilana Hunter and Roganee Pillay.

FREE SUPPORT GROUPS ARE:

  • EDG TUESDAY 19:30pm
  • EDG THURSDAY 18:15pm

The facilitators are Anthony Fry and Alison Bloomberg.

12 STEP MEETINGS:

  • ABA SUNDAYS 18:00pm
  • SHA WEDNESDAYS 19:15pm

Huntington’s support group – Pretoria

HASA (Huntington’s Association of South Africa) recognised the need for an HD support group based in Gauteng.
Please email to ungerer777@gmail.com for directions if necessary.

Huntington’s support group – Cape Town

HASA (Huntington’s Association of South Africa) recognised the need for an HD support group based in Cape Town.
Everyone is welcome. But predominantly for people who have been diagnosed with HD, people who are at risk of having HD, any family, friends or carers of HD suffers.
It is a very informal, open forum of people affected by HD in some way or another. This is a safe space where people will have the opportunity to meet people in similar circumstances and hear others share their stories and experiences. You do not need to stay for the whole session and are more than welcome to just pop in to see what it’s all about.

Tea and biscuits will be served.

 

Livewell Suites Support Group

Dealing with a loved one’s Dementia and Alzheimers, when it’s part of YOUR life. The support group is a place where you can ask questions, give answers, exchange messages and get support from other family caregivers who understand exactly what you’re going through. Problem solving & professional help are available.

Headway-Natal

Headway-Natal is a non-profit organisation assisting victims of stroke and brain injury and those caring for them. Support Groups include: TBI support group (Traumatic Brain Injury) Carers/family members Zulu-speaking carers/family members Social stroke group Telephonic support Literature

Headway Friendship Circle

Headway Gauteng, started in 1995, is a registered welfare organisation dedicated to offering various support programmes to survivors of brain injury (BI) and their families. The vast majority of our injured members have sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI) as result of motor vehicle, motor cycle and pedestrian vehicle accidents, assaults and sporting accidents. We also assist survivors of acquired brain injuries such as stroke. These people have led a full life up until the brain injury, which has caused permanent changes to physical, cognitive, emotional and behavioural processes.

Head Injury Support Group

The purpose of the group is to provide brain injury survivors and their family members with emotional support; provide survivors and family members with a space within which to process the various losses they may have suffered as a result of the brain injury; and assist with adjustment after brain injury. Patients who may benefit from the group are patients who have suffered brain injuries; patients who have difficulty adjusting to cognitive of physical difficulties after brain injury and who may suffer from mood or anxiety disorders subsequent to brain injury; and patients who are interested in learning about coping strategies to deal with the emotional and cognitive consequences of their brain injury. The group is not suitable for patients who are acutely psychotic or have severe communication difficulties. Please note: This is an open group and patients can join at any time. The cost is R 80 per session (discounted fees available depending on financial need). Booking is essential.

DementiaSA support group

Join Dementia SA at a Support Group where we discuss the challenges of dementia, provide counselling and support.

Empowering Parents with Special Needs Children

This is a support group for parents with babies or children with Developmental delay, Autism, Down-syndrome, cerebral Palsy, Bipolar and more. This is a peer to peer support group, with the aim to provide support, resources, friendship and understanding. Meetings are bimonthly