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AS A CAREGIVER YOU ARE NOT ALONE!

Community Care-Giving provides tools that promote and empower a positive and successful caregiving experience in an effort to improve the health and well-being of caregivers and their loved ones. The services include assessment of person-centered needs, educational workshops, caregiver support groups, self-care activities, and caregiver and loved one activities and events.

For us, Community Care-Giving begins with YOU!  Our dedicated professionals will meet with you to help design a care plan that fits the needs of your family.

COA’s Community Care Giving offers a free, confidential service for St. Johns County residents and their families.
Our qualified dementia care specialist will:

  • Set up a time to discuss your situation one-on-one
  • Develop an individualized education and needs-assessment
  • Offer support and guidance that will empower you to implement solutions for your challenges.

What comes after the diagnosis?
Most people who are faced with a diagnosis of dementia, Alzheimer ’s disease or other forms of memory loss or brain trauma simply don’t know where to turn! COA can help you take that all-important next step!

Most importantly, please remember that YOU ARE NOT ALONE! We’re here to help.

Please call (904) 209-3674 to speak with a member of our professional care team

ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS HELD THROUGHOUT ST. JOHNS COUNTY ARE AVAILABLE TO ANY CAREGIVER IN THE COMMUNITY.

What caregiver events are going on in the community? Click on a flyer to learn more.

All face-to-face support groups, educational presentations and memory cafes are on hold at this time. Check back here for future announcements on virtual support group offerings or for the resumption of these activities.

Caregiver Support Meeting times

These meetings are open and all caregivers are encouraged to attend.
Please call Paulette Kozlowski at (904) 209-3674 for details.