Difficult Times: SaddleBrooke Stroke/Neurological Support Group

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Yes, this is a very difficult time in our community, nation, and world due to the coronavirus spreading itself through our lives in every way possible. It is making our health needs more difficult to maintain and the jobs of our health workers more difficult in how they can assist us with meeting our health needs.

We who are the care-givers to our neurologically-impaired loved ones of dementia, Alzheimers, Parkinson’s, MS, ALS, stroke, PCP, and many more, are being pulled so much harder with their daily care. So many of the organizations who were able to give therapy, support, and information are closed or limited in personnel to assist us. Even the groups such as ours had to stop the monthly meetings, due to a total lock down of both homeowner facilities and meeting rooms.

Therefore, it has been decided by our board, with so much lack of information when our lives will be allowed to return to normalcy, to stop our monthly meetings until Oct. 16. At that time, hopefully we can resume our speakers and discussions.

Please feel free to reach out to Esta Goldstein, at 520-825-1181 or [email protected] or Marilyn Sellers at
520-818-0965 or [email protected] with questions or needed information.

Everyone stay safe, well, and know there is help; you just have to ask.