[Image description: A rectangular graphic with a yellow background. In the top right there a picture of people holding hands sitting across from one another. To the right there is a picture of two people with white hair hugging. There is a purple ribbon for Dementia awareness. Black text reads "Sharing Our Stories: A Dementia Support Program", "Every 4th Thursday of the Month", and "10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m." White text on a purple background reads, "Caregiver Support Group" and "Creative Storytelling Program for People Living with Dementia." The Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center logo, the United Way of the Lehigh Valley Logo, and the Lehigh Valley Health Network logo are along the bottom of the graphic.]
Please note, this program will start in April
Sharing Our Stories is a support program for both our elders living with dementia and their caregivers.
The support group for caregivers and the creative program for people living with dementia take place at the same time, on the 4th Thursday of each month from 10 a.m. to 12:00 p.m in person at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center.
The creative program for people living with dementia is based on the TimeSlips Curriculum, an evidence-based and award winning program that brings joy to elders and their carepartners through by infusing creativity and meaning-making into care relationships and systems. Together we’ll explore pieces of our local LGBTQ+ archives and art in our galleries to tell stories to be shared for lifetimes.
The support group for caregivers is a professionally run support group to give caregivers a space to support and connect with one another. This part of the program is occurring in partnership with LVHN.
*To participate in the program, one or more members of the caregiver(s) / individual(s) with dementia should be LGBTQ+ identified
Please reach out to Peter Flood (he/him), our Center Specialist at [email protected] with any questions about the program.
Please RSVP for a session using the event pages listed on our website. There are a limited number of spots available.
This program is funded by the United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley.