Tagged: Family Caregiver University
The holiday season can be a stressful time—whether you are dealing with family or mingling at work holiday parties. Try these mindfulness strategies to reduce stress and bring a calm and attentive approach to your holiday this year.
As the New Year approaches, consider making a resolution to increase your ability to handle life’s challenges more effectively. Enhancing these skills will help you feel more self-confident and be more competent when life is hard.
This class will help us develop the strategies and tools we need to be our own health advocates.
We will look at ways in which caregivers can be more informed in understanding trauma
Join us to learn about options for aging in place.
Find out about resources related to transitioning into long term care or a nursing facility.
Participants will be given ideas on how to create meaningful experiences with a person who has dementia.
Caring for a person with dementia is not easy and the demands of the job are constantly changing.
Sleep habits are important at any age, but especially as we get older.
This class will explore in depth the services available to Kent County seniors and caregivers.
Come listen to an elder law attorney and caregiver expert explain the importance documents that protect you and your loved ones.
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.