Alzheimer’s Association is looking for volunteers

The group provides a consistent and caring space for caregivers to learn, share and gain support from others.

The Alzheimer’s Association is currently looking for local volunteers to facilitate Family Caregiver Support Groups in Enumclaw. The group provides a consistent and caring space for caregivers to learn, share and gain support from others.

Individuals who are usually best qualified as support group facilitators include: working or retired social workers, nurse and other healthcare professionals, educators, clergy, counselors, and former family caregivers. Commitment of at least one year is required.

Contact Linda Whiteside, director of Community Support, by phone at 206-529-3875 or by email at lwhitesi@alzwa.org.

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