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Support Groups and Services

At McCormick Dementia Services, we provide support groups and services for the changing needs of our clients. We also recognize the importance of taking care of the care partner. Our care partner support services are designed to assist care partners in their important role, and form a strong component of the McCormick Dementia Services program. Support is available to everyone regardless of whether or not their loved one attends the McCormick Day Program.

Services include counselling, telephone consultation, advocacy, information, referral and support groups. Registered social workers provide a variety of group sessions during the day and evening. Care Partner Support Services offer many opportunities for care partners to seek and obtain information, guidance and support. Appointments with the social workers can be arranged by calling or e-mailing us. Support groups require pre-registration and registration confirmation prior to attending the groups.

For appointments or registration information, call us by phone at (519) 439-9336.

Dementia Services Support/Zoom Groups

McCormick Care Partners Support Group

Making connections with other care partners of people with dementia helps to alleviate feelings…
Dementia Services Support/Zoom Groups

McCormick Early Stage Support Group

Learning that you have dementia and experiencing the changes involved in its early stages…
Dementia Services Support/Zoom Groups

McCormick Spousal Support Group

Living with a spouse who has dementia brings with it the unique challenges of…
Dementia Services Support/Zoom Groups


Along the dementia journey, we recognize that there are times when your individual needs…
Dementia Services Support/Zoom Groups

McCormick Frontotemporal Dementia Care Partner Support

Care partners of someone who has frontotemporal dementia will benefit from understanding the unique…
Dementia Services Support/Zoom Groups

McCormick Lewy Body/Parkinson’s Disease Care

This group addresses the particular challenges of caring for someone with Lewy Body/Parkinson’s Disease…