Aphasia Support Group
Second Tuesday of Every Month | 2:30 – 4 p.m.
Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell or Online via Zoom
This support group is for individuals who have sustained aphasia or some form of communication disorder from a neurological condition. This group is meant for patients as well as their loved ones to meet other people who share similar circumstances. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss their experiences, share ideas, form friendships and provide emotional support for one another.
The group will also offer individuals education on subjects of interest to all and an opportunity to receive resources and tools for coping with their situation. We will have guest speakers on different topics once every three months.
Click here to read a book of stories, poems, and paintings by our Aphasia Community Support Group.
Click here to view/download our aphasia activities workbook.
The Art of Caring For One's Self During the Caregiving Journey
Wednesdays, 12 - 1 p.m.
Location: 100 K Johnson Boulevard N., Suite 201, Bordentown, NJ 08505
This group uses a cognitive-behavioral approach to provide support, coping strategies, and increased self-efficacy in order to cope with caregiving demands and stress. Dr. Kristina McGuire, a clinical psychologist from Capital Health – Behavioral Health Specialists, leads this group, which will also teach mindfulness, acceptance, and commitment skills.
Brain Tumor Support Group
Third Thursday of Every Month | 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Online via Zoom
This support group is for anyone diagnosed with or surviving from a brain tumor, along with their care partners, loved ones, and friends. Members will be encouraged to share their experiences, form friendships, and provide emotional support for one another. We will also have experts in the field join us quarterly for guest presentations. We will have guest speakers on different topics once every three months.