Caregiver Nature Walk Nov. 14

Five Rivers MetroParks and the Area Agency on Aging collaborate on hosting a free Caregiver Nature Walk for respite and support to family caregivers 11am-Noon on Tuesday, Nov. 14 at...

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Powerful Tools for Caregivers – in-person workshop in Yellow Springs

Powerful Tools for Caregivers is a free self-care class for family caregivers that helps to address the question to caregivers: Who takes care of you? This workshop meets weekly 10:00-11:30am...

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Caregiver Retreat Nov. 18 at Brukner Nature Center

The Agency is hosting a free Caregiver Retreat for family caregivers Noon-3pm on Saturday, Nov. 18, at the Brukner Nature Center, 5995 Horseshoe Bend Road, Troy. The Good Stuff Foundation...

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Care of the Caregiver – Multi-Week Workshop Series for Family Caregivers

The Area Agency on Aging offers this free, multi-week, in-person workshop series for family caregivers being held at the Preble County Council on Aging, 800 East St. Clair St., Eaton,...

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Why Mourning Change is Necessary: Understanding Grief of Intangible Losses – A Workshop for Family Caregivers

Guest presenter Dr. Roseanne Scammahorn will discuss how to process internal grief at loss of long-held dreams or plans. With these changes can come feelings of deep sadness, anxiety, fear,...

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Let’s Undress Caregiver Stress – A Workshop for Family Caregivers

This workshop will assist caregivers in understanding the various symptoms and chronic manifestations of stress and their common sources. Stress affects caregivers in their abilities to cope with and implement...

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Balancing Act: Balancing Family and Caregiving – A Workshop for Family Caregivers

Being an effective caregiver can feel like an impossible feat when combining multiple roles in life including personal responsibilities, work responsibilities, family responsibilities and caregiving responsibilities. Learning how to have...

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Navigating Difficult Conversations – A Workshop for Family Caregivers

Caring for an older loved one is often filled with challenging and hard-to-navigate conversations including, but not limited to, driving, trusts and wills, long-term care planning and challenging health issues....

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Understanding All Things Fraud: Medicare Fraud, Home Health Care Fraud & More – A Workshop for Family Caregivers

People over the age of 60 are often the target of different forms of scams and fraud. Many caregivers do not know where to begin their education on the current...

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Dealing with Stress & Grief: Caregiving Through the Holidays (A Workshop for Family Caregivers)

The holidays are stressful for many. Grief comes in different forms and at different times throughout the caregiving journey which can add overwhelming stress to the caregiver’s life. We can...

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