Caregiving is both a meaningful and satisfying profession – but it can be demanding and challenging. Often, caregiving is provided by family members who support and assist persons with long term illnesses or disabilities. The caregivers that we hire here at Assisting Hands must be thoughtful people with the capacity to care and be patient. They must be dedicated to providing strategic care to their clients.
Still, all caregivers can use some extra support and education. With that in mind, Seabury Care Management has designed a 5-week caregiving education program via Zoom on consecutive Tuesdays from 2 pm to 3:30 pm. The cost is $50. It’s a one-time payment. And according to Seabury, if the fee is an obstacle, there is a phone number or email you can contact for more information. Please see the seminar information below.
Caring for You, Caring for Me
Education and Support for Caregivers
©2020 Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving
Seabury Care Management is offering a virtual program designed for family caregivers who are providing assistance or support to persons with long term illnesses or disabilities.
Caring for You, Caring for Me – an education and support program for family caregivers was created by the ROSALYNN CARTER INSTITUTE FOR CAREGIVING.
This award-winning program consists of five weekly caregiving education seminars designed to address needs of those engaged in caring for older adults. Each session will be held via Zoom from 2:00 – 3:30 PM on Tuesdays:
- 1/19/2021 – Week #1: What It Means To Be A Caregiver
- 1/26/2021 – Week #2: Taking Care of Yourself
- 2/2/2021 – Week #3: Building Cooperative Relationships
- 2/9/2021 – Week #4: Preventing and Solving Problems
- 2/16/2021 – Week #5: Accessing and Developing Resources
Cost: Participation in Caring for You, Caring for Me requires a one –time payment of $50.00. If the $50 fee is an obstacle, please contact Seabury Care Management.
Information and Registration: If you want additional information and/or are interested in registering for Caring for You, Caring for Me – Please email: [email protected]. In your email please put Caring for You in the subject line, include a contact phone number and indicate how you learned about this program.