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Family counseling

When supporting and caring for people with dementia, it is often the small daily challenges rather than dramatic problems that can become a burden. As the disease progresses, relatives are constantly faced with new challenges that need to be addressed.

The aim of our psychosocial relative counseling is to provide ongoing advice and support for all family members affected by dementia.

Working together to get the most from all available resources, psychosocial support for relatives should make it easier to retain and establish better quality of life for families and patients.

Advice and assistance for relatives

  • Information on the various diseases and conditions
  • Advice on relief options and extra care support available
  • Psychological counseling
  • Social worker support and assistance

We provide are wide range of resources and services, including:

  • One-to-one sessions (via telephone)
  • Group sessions
  • Regular information sessions on various topics
  • Written materials such as brochures