Smith communities host free support groups for caregivers of people with Alzheimer's or dementia
Tuesday, Sept. 4 at Smith Village in Chicago; Thursday, Sept. 6 at Smith Crossing in Orland Park
By: Smith Senior Living
The hour-long gatherings at both life plan communities will be open to questions and comments from the assembled group about the various stages of cognitive loss. After the meetings, light refreshments will be served.
On Tuesday, Sept. 4, Smith Village's social service director of long-term care Diane Morgan will lead the meeting at 2320 W. 113th Place in Chicago. To reserve a seat, please call 773-474-7300 or send an email to familyandfriends@
Thursday, Sept. 6, Smith Crossing's director of resident service Amie Swim and life enrichment director Dana Mahler will facilitate the discussion at 10501 Emilie Lane in Orland Park (enter at 104th Avenue and 183rd Street). To reserve a place, please call 708-326-2300 or send an email to familyandfriends@
About Smith Senior Living
Smith Senior Living, a not-for-profit organization serving older adults, sponsors the only life plan communities in the Southwest sector of metropolitan Chicago. An innovative leader in providing the finest services and care, Smith established its first community in 1924. Today it provides spacious independent living residences, and apartments for assisted living, memory support and skilled nursing care.
For more information about Smith Crossing call 708-326-2300 or visit SmithCrossing.org. For Smith Village call 773-474-7300 or visit SmithVillage.org.
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