At Home with RWC
If you decide to stay at home but need help with some everyday tasks, RWC can help. Our At Home with RWC department delivers personal care, companion care or nursing care right to your door step. All services are monitored by a registered nurse. Enrollees pay a fee to participate in the program. Go to athomerw-c.org to learn more.
Parkinson’s Support Groups
RWC’s Parkinson’s Support Group and Care Partners Group meet monthly to share concerns of living with and care for those with Parkinson’s disease. Medical professionals and researchers routinely attend the meetings to discuss advances in treatment and best practices for daily living activities. A Fit to Move exercise class, geared to assist those with Parkinson’s in maintaining muscle tone and coordination, meets three times a week. Participation in all activities is free.
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Memory Support Group
Regular group sessions organized by RWC allow those living with memory loss and their families and caregivers an opportunity to share experiences and learn about new approaches to managing such change. RWC’s close relationship with the local chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association assures participants the latest research and best practices are incorporated into our program. Services are offered at no charge.
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Grief Support Group
Grief comes to us in different ways and grieving can be a difficult and painful process. This new group meets monthly and aims to help as we navigate the troubled waters of personal loss. Guided by residents and the RWC Chaplain.