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Caregiver Support Groups

Support groups are the best place for caregivers to connect with others in similar situations who actually know what you’re going through. Our support groups are held monthly and open to anyone looking for the camaraderie of the caregiving community. Each support group is moderated by a professional who also provides information about community resources.

Find a support group near you on the calendar below. You are welcome to attend whichever support groups works best for your schedule, regardless of location.

Support Group FAQs

MAG Support Groups

In-person and virtual support groups are available. Please call 801-229-3808 to join any of the following support groups.


MAG Virtual Support Group
Thursdays at 1 p.m.
Join through video chat or phone with *Zoom
Call 801-229-3808 for invitation and instructions.

Utah County

Spanish Fork
3rd Tuesday at 11:00 AM
Legacy House of Spanish Fork
1449 E. 150 S.
Spanish Fork, UT 84660
Lunch provided, RSVP requested

2nd Wednesday at 1:00 PM
672 W. 400 S. Suite 202
Springville, UT 84663
Lunch provided, RSVP requested

3rd Tuesday of the month at 11:30 a.m.
Covington Senior Living
1925 N. State St.
Orem, UT 84057
Lunch provided, RSVP requested

AF Evening Group *NEW*
2nd Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m.
Bel Aire Senior Living - Activity Room
1088 East 390 South
American Fork, UT 84003

4th Tuesday of the month at 4:30 p.m.
Covington Senior Living
301 N 1200 E
Lehi, UT
Snacks provided.

Wasatch County

2nd Tuesday of the month at 2 p.m.
Wasatch Senior Center
465 E. 1200 S.
Heber, UT 84032
Refreshments provided, RSVP requested

Community Support Groups

Wasatch/Summit Counties

Caregiver support group hosted by Connect
Every other Friday at 1:00 PM
Saint Lukes Episcopal Church
4595 N. Silver Springs Drive
Park City, UT 84098
New members welcome, contact to RSVP

Caregiver support group hosted by Jewish Family Services
First Monday of the month at 3:00 PM
1960 Sidewinder Dr., Ste. 103,
Park City, 84060.
Snacks will be provided.


Alzheimer's Association Virtual Support Groups or 1-800-272-3900
Download schedule - PDF

Caregiver Forum

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Support Group FAQs

Who should attend a support group?

Anyone caring for a senior loved one is welcome to attend. Your loved one can live with you, nearby or across the country. If you provide any type of care, whether it is hands-on or not, you are a caregiver.

Are support groups only for Alzheimer's/Dementia caregivers?

Some groups are specific to dementia/Alzheimer’s or a particular disease. However, most MAG groups welcome all caregivers.

How do I join the virtual support group?

To join one of our virtual support groups, call 801-229-3808 to be added to the invite list. We use the virtual communication platform Zoom for our support groups. We will provide you with detailed instructions on how to join and technical support during the call.

Does everyone share their information?

All Information is kept confidential. Only you as a caregiver can give out your own personal information to another caregiver. The group is asked to keep confidential all personal information and stories shared in the group.

What goes on in a support group?

  • Most groups provide a refreshment or meal.
  • There will be a facilitator to start the group and stay on track.
  • Caregivers generally introduce themselves. Some groups have short educational presentations about services provided in the community. information about services they provide and can answer questions.
  • There may be a short 10 minute presentation on a topic of the group or facilitator’s choosing.
  • The rest of the time, about an hour, is spent on sharing and talking about issues, resolutions, ideas, and overall supporting of each other. Most caregivers learn just from hearing another’s story. It helps to learn that you are not alone.

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