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Paying for In-Home Care
Learn about the many options available to pay for ongoing home care services.
Ongoing Support Programs
Caregiver Support Group – In Person
4th Monday of the month in Foxboro
Right at Home of Southwest Boston invites you to an Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group held at the Right at Home office located in Foxboro. Please join Certified Dementia Practitioners Sandy Pellegrine, LPN from Right at Home and Leandra McLean, RN, Public Health Nurse from the Town of Sharon, for an informative night. Share tips, challenges, and victories with others facing the same challenges. Please pre-register by email: SPellegrine@rahbsw.com
Online Caregiver Support Group – Zoom
2nd Monday of the month
Right at Home of Southwest Boston invites you to an Online Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group held via Zoom. Please join Certified Dementia Practitioners Sandy Pellegrine, LPN from Right at Home and Leandra McLean, RN, Public Health Nurse from the Town of Sharon, for an informative night. Meet others facing the same challenges from the comfort of your living room. Be prepared to laugh, to cry, to share tips (and victories and challenges!) Please pre-register by email: SPellegrine@rahbsw.com
Walpole Memory Cafe
1st Tuesday of the month
Join Sandy Pellegrine, LPN, Certified Dementia Practitioner, as Right at Home of Southwest Boston teams up with the Walpole Council on Aging to present the Walpole Memory Café. The Walpole Memory Café welcomes those living with memory changes and their care partners. Monthly activities will vary and there will be refreshments and conversation with others facing similar challenges. This will take place in a safe and supportive environment. A care partner must accompany anyone who needs assistance. There is no cost to attend, but an RSVP is required. For more information or to RSVP, please contact Sandy Pellegrine at 508.668.8001 or SPellegrine@rahbsw.com.