2014 Course Catalog
Cancer Support Group
Dates: Every Wednesday
Location: Radiation Oncology reception area (North Entrance, PCRMC)
Course: Separate groups provide support for cancer patients and their families and caregivers.
Diabetes Support Group
Dates: First Saturday of the month, no classes in January, February, or July
Location: Private Dining Room 2, PCRMC
Course: Support group forms a bridge between formal health care and individual self-management. By gathering people with common concerns, goals, and interests, members feel less isolated.
Mental Health Support Group
Course: Support groups meet at various times during the year to discuss mental health issues.
Parkinson’s Support Group
Dates: Fourth Thursday of the month
Location: PCRMC Office Suites Classroom, Highway 72 (refer to inside back cover)
Course: Support group assists those with Parkinson’s disease, their families, caregivers, and care partners, in adapting more positively to the physical, emotional, and social changes associated with Parkinson’s disease.
Caregiver Support Group
Support group meets at various times throughout the year. Sessions will be announced when scheduled.
Contact: For information contact Tracy Limmer, 573.458.7659.
Course: The Caregiver’s Support Group is a group for families, partners and other caregivers of adults with disorders such as Alzheimer’s, stroke, brain injury and other chronic debilitating health conditions. The group offers a safe place to discuss the stresses, challenges and rewards of providing care for a loved one. Speakers will be scheduled to discuss such things as the finances, home care, legalities, etc. that go along with caring for a loved one.
Male Caregiver Experience
Dates: Third Thursday of the month
Location: Rolla Presbyterian Manor Community Room located at 1200 Homelife Plaza, Rolla
Contact: 573.364.7336 or email@example.com.
Course: Male Caregiver Experience is a safe place to learn, offer and receive helpful tips on caring for an Alzheimer patient. This unique group encourages caregivers to maintain their own personal, physical, and emotional health, as well as optimally care for the person with dementia.