Learn More About Without Warning Support Group For Those Living with Younger-Onset Alzheimer’s

Support Group Meetings

The Without Warning program provides support, education and the opportunity for connections with other families who have a person experiencing younger-onset Alzheimer’s disease. This illness has an impact on everyone in the family and as a result, Without Warning works to support all family members and involved healthcare professionals..

Separate groups are available for the person with Alzheimer’s and for their family members.

Currently, the Without Warning groups are meeting online through Zoom. There is weekly group for caregivers, a bi-monthly group for children, and three monthly groups for people with dementia (2 facilitated by a board-certified music therapist and one which is more verbal based). 

New members are always welcome. A pre-screening is required to attend the meetings. Email withoutwarning@rush.edu or call Susan Frick, MSW, LSW, at 312-942-5359 for information.

Opportunities to interact through a private message board and outside of the meetings are provided.

Visit our website at: www.withoutwarning.net  

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