Support Groups

Support Groups

We see ourselves as a community resource for all

Nazareth Home is committed to creating life-affirming community through our unique belief that the entire community benefits when the people within it are physically, mentally and spiritually healthy. We build partnerships with all community members through a wide variety of health education programs. We believe in helping the entire community and not just the family and friends of Nazareth Home. We see ourselves as a community resource for all and that is why we created opportunities like those listed below to engage and support our community.

Alzheimer’s Support & Education

An estimated 74,000 Kentuckians are living with Alzheimer’s disease and this number is expected to significantly increase over the next ten years due to aging “baby boomers” population that is nearing the ages of greatest risk for the disease. In partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association, Nazareth Home is committed to helping all families who are affected by this disease. The Support and Education series is open to everyone.

All monthly sessions are held the third Monday of each month at 5:30 p.m. and last about an hour. All meetings are led by the Clinical Director of Charity Court (Nazareth Home’s Memory Care Unit) and by Gretchen Houchin, Director of Community Development. Reservations are strongly encouraged.

Please contact Gretchen Houchin at (502) 473-2396 or ghouchin@nazhome.org to learn more about this series.

Parkinson’s Support Group

The Parkinson’s Support Group meets the second Tuesday of each month at 9:15 a.m. in Nazareth Home Chapel on our Newburg Road Campus. This gathering is free, provides mutual support, gives practical information, and provides information about caregiving and community resources.

To RSVP or learn more about this monthly group, please contact: Jennifer Blum, Program Director, Spalding Square at (502)473-4152 or at jblum@nazhome.org to learn more about meeting dates and this series.

Meals for Elders

Motivated by compassion and concern for all elders in our community, Nazareth Home provides home-cooked meals for elders maintaining their independence and a healthy lifestyle. Regardless of your personal situation, Nazareth Home will work with you to provide a specific nutritional lunch and dinner that meets one-third of your daily requirements. This service is available Monday through Friday.

To learn more about cost, diet arrangements and other information, please contact Janet King, Director of Food Service, at (502) 459-9681 extension 4130 or jking@nazhome.org.By choosing Nazareth Home’s Meals for Elder’s program you are taking the first step to assure a healthy lifestyle and utilizing a community resource for at-home living.

We believe in helping the entire community and not just the family and friends of Nazareth Home.
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