Join a free of charge online Support Group from the comfort of your own home.
Join fellow family caregivers in this 10-session series to learn new ways to stay strong, healthy and resilient.
Learn about reducing caregiving stress from leading researchers, practitioners and authors.
Join Duet for a rare opportunity to set our intentions toward self-care through the wisdom and counsel of American physician and Buddhist monk, Dr. Barry Kerzin. In this informative webinar, Dr. Kerzin will address the adverse impacts of empathy fatigue on our health and well-being and help us navigate how to holistically gain well-being amidst challenging times.
A unique, free-of-charge discussion series for family members caring for someone with Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
Don’t wait until it’s so difficult you’re ready to walk away. It’s just not a healthy situation. That’s the thing that comes up over and over at support groups — deal with things early on. That’s why I think this program is so important.”
Caring for a loved one who has dementia can be very stressful, often involving years of loneliness, isolation, financial stress, and physical health challenges. At the Meaning & Hope Institute, we have resources and support to help you through the challenges you are facing.
Duet: Partners in Health & Aging established the Institute as a program of nonprofit during 2017, based on the work of Pauline Boss, Ph.D. and her groundbreaking book Loving Someone Who Has Dementia: How to Find Hope While Coping with Stress and Grief.
The Institute offers a range of supportive services including the Finding Meaning and Hope discussion series, training and certification for discussion facilitators, webinars and support groups, and referrals to a wide variety of additional services provided by Institute partners.
Finding Meaning and Hope is made possible through the generous funding provided by: