Caregivers Support Group

Update 2/23/2021



Personal Emergency Response System


Are you in the market for a personal emergency response system for yourself or a family member? There are many to choose from and we may be able to help. Call a case manager to discuss options and get your information packet. Packet includes questions to ask service providers.





Verona Caregivers Support GroupCaregivers group currently meets virtually via Zoom on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 10 AM. Call 608-845-7471 for more information.






All Verona Senior Center virtual programming can be accessed by any type of phone. Call the Senior Center to register for an event and staff will give you the call-in phone number.  If you leave a message, we will get back to you ASAP.  When you call in for the event you will need to enter a meeting ID and a passcode, all of which we will give you.


We encourage everyone to take advantage of the great programs available! Check out pages 3 & 4!






Mindfulness & Dementia Care Support Group starts January



Connect with others virtually and learn mindfulness strategies to help you cope with your caregiver journey. 

The group will read the book pictured on the right; books provided.

The group will meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6 PM, beginning January 12th, 2021.

Please RSVP to






On social media?  Come join our private caregivers group on facebook!  


Contact Julie at 608-848-0440 with questions


We have memory activity kits available for loan.  Give us a call and we can arrange a pick up or drop off.



Verona Caregivers Group meets via ZOOM on:


  • 1st Tuesday at 10:00 AM – 11:45 AM                
  • 3rd Tuesday at 10:00 AM – 11:45 AM              


All caregivers or former caregivers are welcome. No RSVP required. Drop ins are welcome.


The Verona Caregiver support group is a fantastic group of people who support each other in all stages of caregiving and meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 10:00.  Club 108 is available as respite for your loved one while you attend if needed.


If you know a caregiver and have some time to spare, ask them if they need a break. Provide an afternoon of respite. Wash the windows.

Anything you can do to help the caregiver will be appreciated more than you will know. Many caregivers won’t ask for help, so by reaching out to them would be so, so helpful.


If you have any questions, please call Becky Losby at 845-7471.


May 21, 2019


John shared the article about Ambiguous Loss.  I have retyped the article and you can access it by clicking Ambiguous Loss here.