Most of our programs and services at the Alzheimer's Support Network are open to the public, and do not require notice or reservations. We do however, have a few Special Programs which are restricted to appropriate attendees.
Early Stage Group: This is an eight week intensive course for couples, where one spouse is in the early stage of the disease.
Naples Club: (also known as: The Gentlemen's Club) meets every Friday at Terricana Grand. This group is for men in the early stages of dementia who wish to have save place to socialize.
Ladies Club: is for women in the early stages of dementia. Like the Naples Club, the Ladies club is designed for those who want to socialize, and provides a safe setting to do so. In addition, both the Ladies Club and Naples Club provide valuable respite time for caregivers.
Wanderer's ID Program: This is a free program to help keep your love one's safe. In partnership with the Collier County sheriff's office we provide a medical alert bracelet or necklace which helps identify our loved ones as memory impaired.
Hospital Wristband Program Grey Wristbands to help identify patients who have dementia as
"Memory Impaired" and as a "Non-Decision Maker"
Please click on the links for these programs.
Minders Keepers: is a group facilitated by Bill Beckwith PhD for those with memory loss. This group is appropriate for those who have memory issues and who want to discuss these issues openly. In addition, Steve Saldukis PhD facilities a caregiver support group at the same time.