Memory Care Support Group to host first meeting

They begin Feb. 7, and are continued to continue every first Thursday of the month.

A Memory Care Support Group has formed in Enumclaw and will host its first meeting Thursday, Feb. 7. The session begins at 5 p.m. at High Point Village, 1777 Highpoint St.

Subsequent meetings will take place the first Thursday of each month.

The support group is open to anyone who has an older adult family member or close friend for whom they provide physical, financial, emotional or psychological support and care.

Janine Carpenter, the group facilitator, is an experienced leader of support groups as well as being a health care professional. She is a nurse, counselor and retired hospice social worker.

For additional information, call High Point Village at 360-825-7780.

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