22 Jan Event – Caregiver Workshop
See all the details here on the WE CAN website: February 11 – Caregiver Workshop – WE CAN – Women’s Empowerment through Cape Area Networking (wecancenter.org)
The Women’s Empowerment Through Cape Area Networking (WE CAN) is holding a Caregiver’s Workshop on February 11th, 2021 via Zoom at 10am.
Who is helping you as you help a family member manage a health condition? Juggling everything was hard before the pandemic, but it’s harder than ever now. This virtual session will focus on practical ways for you to manage the challenges you’re facing and the emotions you’re experiencing as you care for a family member or friend.
You must register to attend this workshop:
- Call: 508-430-8111 or email: email@example.com
In this workshop, you will learn:
- The stages of caregiving and how that knowledge can reduce anxiety and stress
- Common caregiving pitfalls and ways to avoid/overcome them
- Simple stress reduction techniques to use at home in just minutes; and access to tools and free resources specifically for the family caregiving journey.
WE CAN has been empowering Cape Cod women since 2001 with unique services that inspire hope and bring increased opportunity, self-sufficiency, and stability.
Sarahbeth Persiani is the author of Run, Walk, Crawl- a Caregiver Caught between Generations. For five years, while working full-time and taking care of her own family, Sarahbeth was the primary caregiver for her father, who had dementia. As the founder of We Are Sharing the Sun, her focus these days is to help provide education, support, and encouragement for family caregivers from all walks of life.
Beth Suereth founded Caregiving Pathways to help families manage the hospital stay and prepare for the end of life. She cared for her father through five years of hospitalizations, dementia, and diabetes. She loves to share what she learned and how she kept her father out of the hospital through his cancer and the entire last year of his life. Beth’s clients include the AARP Public Policy Institute and The Caregiving Years Training Academy, where she’s a Skills Consultant for the Certified Caregiving Consultant program. She’s also a former volunteer family caregiver coach at a hospital-based caregivers center.