Family Support

The impacts of Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other age-related issues affect the entire family. We provide services, education, and support to help you navigate through this journey. Our resources, support groups, and professional services are available for caregivers and loved ones of Oakwood Creative Care members.

Caregiver Support Group

We encourage you to join our RN, Rosemary, alongside family caregivers who share in your journey. These groups are free to attend and open to all. Connect, learn, and grow with others in the Oakwood Creative Care community! For questions regarding support groups, contact Rosemary:  Rosemary@oakwoodcreativecare.org

Town Center Location:
247 N. Macdonald, Mesa, Arizona
We meet at 10:00 am on the 4th Tuesday of every month.

Red Mountain Location:
7550 E Adobe St., Mesa, Arizona
We meet at 10:00 am on the 2nd Tuesday of every month.

Alone we can do a little, but together we can do
so much

Real Family Stories

Rachel + Alex

An inspirational love story and a journey through Alzheimer’s. Rachel shares her heart and the care partner journey she is walking through.

Darrel + Judy

Darrel and Judy’s journey through Alzheimer’s disease. Living in the moment.

Bebe + Chris

Bebe shares her journey of caring for her husband Chris. Living a life of Gratitude and Joy.

Community Support Groups

Community Resource Finder

Arizona Caregiver Coalition

Living Will | Life Care Planning

Area Agency on Aging, Region One
1366 East Thomas Rd, #108
Phoenix, Arizona 8501

Alzheimer’s Association
340 E. Palm Lane, #230
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
1-800-272-3900 | 24-hr Helpline

ALTCS Information
Filing an Application for the Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS)  | Helpful info

Sun Lakes Memory Cafe
9248 East Riggs Rd, Sun Lakes, AZ 
For more information, please call 480.580.8317 or 402.515.2493

Tempe Memory Cafe
3500 S. Rural Rd., Tempe, AZ
9:30am – Noon
For more information, please call 480.350.8534

“She loves to go to the Day Club at Oakwood… And when I go to pick her up, she hates to leave!

“I’ll never forget the first time we came to tour Oakwood. Once we got to the car, Alex said ‘I really like that place! When do I get to go back?”