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 your caregiving responsibilities? Do you feel irritable or strained because of the stresses of caregiving? Caregivers often have self-imposed expectations, pressuring them to feel they should be able to handle every situation they encounter with little or no support or assistance from others. It is easy to become so immersed in caring for your loved one that you may neglect your own physical, mental and emotional health. Join us for this free, small-group, interactive program that will cover the importance of taking a pause to care for your own health through self-care.

Presenter: Dr. Roseanne Scammahorn, Family and Consumer Sciences Educator through the
Ohio State University Extension.

Registration: Requested by November 2. Please contact Kelsey Haus at 937-341-3020 or khaus@info4seniors.org. Details needed for registration include your email, phone number, and
mailing address if interested in receiving a free Powerful Tools for Caregiver’s workbook.

Not familiar with Zoom? Join a brief orientation session at 9:30am before the presentation begins or contact Kelsey to schedule a tutorial.

Date: November 04, 2022

Time: 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Register by calling 937-341-3020 or emailing khaus@info4seniors.org.

This is an online workshop. Zoom link to be provided closer to the workshop date to all registrants.

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