Tagged: Caregiver Support Services
Does a guilty or shameful feeling ever bubble up inside you at the words ‘self-care?’ I often ask my clients about their relationship with self-care. What usually follows is a glassed-over look as the quiet word ‘nothing’ whispers from their lips. Guilt and shame are stuck all over ‘self-care.’ I am here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be so. You do not have to feel guilty or shameful any longer.
By growing stronger through difficult situations, we are able to discover joy and bring our best selves to those we care for and our communities.
This class will help us develop the strategies and tools we need to be our own health advocates.
Learn abou how to recognize signs of depression and anxiety, and be better prepared to handle the stress of the busy holiday season while caregiving.
While there is no right or wrong way to grieve, there are healthy ways to cope with the pain...
Join us for a stimulating and thought provoking session as we learn about the fascinating field of emotional intelligence.
Who would speak for you if you could not speak for yourself? Learn more about Advance Care Planning.
Caring for a person with dementia is not easy and the demands of the job are constantly changing. Learn how to create meaningful experiences with a person who has dementia.
Learn from local experts about the benefits of and making alternative therapies a part of your loved one's treatment plan.
As we age, we change.
Learn about ways technology can help seniors live more independently and help caregivers manage the daily tasks of caring for a loved one.
Do you have an advance directive, durable medical power of attorney or will prepared? Come learn about the importance of completing these documents.
The Spring Calendar for the Family Caregiver University is now available!
Come and learn about available resources and tips to help you raising a young person.
Learn how having empathy for others increases our understanding and helps us provide better support to the ones we love.
Learn about services available to help seniors remain independent.
In Community Resources part 2 learn about transitioning into a long term care or nursing facility.
Holiday gifts for the caregivers in your life.
If you have had a story, you have had a life! Come and listen to the common life lessons, thoughts and feelings that wind through our collective lives.
Hear from community representatives as they discuss their community’s cultural uniqueness as it pertains to making decisions for end of life.
Classes will include lecture, small group discussion, and time for personal planning. Each Caregiver will also receive a workbook to take home. Lunch provided.