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Dementia Friendly Park Rapids

Park Rapids is working to create a dementia friendly and inclusive community where individuals with memory loss and their care partners feel supported through education, awareness and resources.
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Community Resources
Events
Alzheimer Resources

Care Resource Listings

Find care providers in the Park Rapids and surrounding area
Community Resources

Community Resource Guide

Listings of Dementia Friendly businesses and more
Community Resources

The Remember Project

Living at Home and the Dementia Friendly Park Rapids Action Team are honored to have been chosen as one of the communities to feature The Remember Project. Click here to register for "Fortune Cookies" - a one act play about memory loss presented online. Registration is free.
Events

Yesteryear Kits

Park Rapids Area Library is creating "Yesteryear Kits" for their patrons. Each kit will contain several theme resources with which to provide interaction and help bridge communication and discussions. Call the library to see about checking out one of these kits at (218) 732-4966.
Events

File of Life

Critical information for you to fill out to have on hand for first responders in case of an emergency.
Alzheimer Resources

10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's

Visit alz.org for Memory Loss & Early Signs of Alzheimer's
Alzheimer Resources

Dementia Friendly Park Rapids Action Team

The Action Team dedicated to helping Park Rapids become a Dementia Friendly Community.

CHI St. Joseph's Health

Community Education

Community Members and Caregivers

County Commissioner

Dancing Sky AAA

Essentia Health

Dementia Friends

Faith Community

Heartland Arts

Heritage Communities

HRDC

Hubbard County DAC

Knute Nelson

Law Enforcement

Living at Home

Park Rapids Library

The Remember Project

Sanford Health

TSZ Law Office

Wellness Matters

Upcoming Events

6 Oct
Caregiver Discussion Group
Date 10.06.2021

Discussions are based on what caregivers articulate their current needs are with moderation and support from the support coach to address these needs. Monthly topics are based on this feedback. Living at Home also has respite volunteers who may be able to stay with your care recipient while you attend the meeting.

Due to COVID-19, the Caregiver Discussion Group meeting will be offered as a hybrid model, with some meeting in person and some joining via Zoom. 

Please contact Living at Home at 732-3137 for any questions you may have. If a support group seems too much at this time, our caregiver support coach is available by phone, office visit and even a home visit. We recognize that sometimes all it takes is a caring individual to listen to get through a difficult moment.

3 Nov

Discussions are based on what caregivers articulate their current needs are with moderation and support from the support coach to address these needs. Monthly topics are based on this feedback. Living at Home also has respite volunteers who may be able to stay with your care recipient while you attend the meeting.

Due to COVID-19, the Caregiver Discussion Group meeting will be offered as a hybrid model, with some meeting in person and some joining via Zoom. 

Please contact Living at Home at 732-3137 for any questions you may have. If a support group seems too much at this time, our caregiver support coach is available by phone, office visit and even a home visit. We recognize that sometimes all it takes is a caring individual to listen to get through a difficult moment.

1 Dec

Discussions are based on what caregivers articulate their current needs are with moderation and support from the support coach to address these needs. Monthly topics are based on this feedback. Living at Home also has respite volunteers who may be able to stay with your care recipient while you attend the meeting.

Due to COVID-19, the Caregiver Discussion Group meeting will be offered as a hybrid model, with some meeting in person and some joining via Zoom. 

Please contact Living at Home at 732-3137 for any questions you may have. If a support group seems too much at this time, our caregiver support coach is available by phone, office visit and even a home visit. We recognize that sometimes all it takes is a caring individual to listen to get through a difficult moment.