Aging Parents: When to Step in – A Workshop for Family Caregivers

Friends and family members of older adults often experience challenges when trying to understand their loved one’s concerns about different cognitive, physical and social changes, and then knowing how or...

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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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The Difference Between Powers of Attorney & Legal Guardianship – A Workshop for Family Caregivers

When it comes to estate planning, it can be difficult to know where to begin and where to turn. Terminology can become confusing, and information can be thrown at you...

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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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Self-Care for the Caregiver – A Workshop for Family Caregivers

Do you find that you feel guilty about not doing enough as a caregiver? Do you feel angry or resentful towards family or friends for not assisting you more in...

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Lifestyle Care Plan: Your Story Matters (A Workshop for Family Caregivers)

Prior to beginning your journey as a family caregiver, it’s important to discuss your loved one’s wants, needs, values and preferences. To prepare for your future care and treatment of...

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Understanding When Caregiving Begins – A Workshop for Family Caregivers

Many family caregivers often create self-imposed criteria that must be met before they consider themselves a caregiver. However, caregiving is a journey that often begins much sooner than one  realizes....

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Planning Ahead: Power of Attorney, Wills and More (A Workshop for Family Caregivers)

April is Financial Literacy Month and an excellent time to plan for your and your family’s future. When it comes to estate planning, are you lost on where to start?...

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