Greetings one and all…
It’s another glorious Spring morning in Denver. Blue skies and sunshine. However, we all know that Spring comes and goes along the Front Range. Snow is in the forecast for tomorrow! We certainly need the moisture, so I’ll tolerate one more blast of winter weather. Spring-like days return this weekend which will prompt me to get out and about. I love digging in the dirt this time of year. And, I welcome the opportunity to be on the road again—attending conferences and presenting programs throughout the state of Colorado. It’s time for some road tripping!
I have been invited to participate in several caregiving conferences this Spring—an honor indeed. I wanted to highlight the events in case you are interested in attending. I will be speaking on a variety of topics and apprising people of the amazing caregiving resources offered by AARP Colorado. I hope you see something of interest in the lineup. I would love to meet you when I am on the road again.
April 22: ALS Annual Conference in Westminster, Colorado
Bridge Time: Dealing with the Consequences of Change
April 25: 2017 Caregiver Summit in Montrose, Colorado
Compassion Fatigue; Personal Boundaries
May 25: Colorado Health Care Association Spring Conference in Avon, Colorado
June 5: 2017 Caregiver Conference in Glenwood Springs, Colorado
Resistance to Assistance; Living in Harmony
If you would like detailed information about any of the noted events, please contact me at CardinaLife@msn.com. I can provide the needed information for registration, etc. All of the events noted are wonderful opportunities to gain needed and beneficial information about the journey of caregiving. Personal and professional caregivers, care receivers, and community members are all welcome. I encourage you to take advantage of these educational opportunities. At each event, you can interact with exhibitors, attendees, and numerous speakers. I have no doubt that you will discover a beneficial community resource, a different perspective, or a life-giving insight at these events. Knowledge is necessary throughout the caregiving journey. So, don’t miss these opportunities to learn from caregiving experts in your community.
Take good care and enjoy everything that the Spring season has to offer. Open your mind, heart, and spirit to the messages of a new season. I am excited to be on the road again—seeing new places, meeting new people, gaining new perspectives, and sharing innovative ideas and information. I hope our paths cross somewhere along the way!
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I invite you to share your perspective on the caregiving journey. Make suggestions. Pose questions. Provide resources. Share your story. Coming together and sharing, we will improve the process for one and all. I look forward to continuing the conversation next month. Til then, enjoy the moment…Jane W. Barton
Do you have a question for Jane? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch soon!
Jane W. Barton, MTS, MASM, CSA is a passionate speaker, writer, and listener. Jane is the founder of Cardinal, LLC, a consulting firm that provides educational programs to assist people in confronting the daunting challenges posed by aging, serious illness and disability. Jane is well-versed in the areas of grief and bereavement, caregiving, hospice and palliative care, change and transition, and spirituality and health. She presents innovative, transformational programs to community members, healthcare providers, pastoral caregivers, clergy, funeral service providers, and national audiences to improve the experience of people and families challenged by serious, advanced, or terminal illnesses. Previously, Jane served as Director of Education for a hospice and palliative care educational institution. She has also served as a hospice chaplain and bereavement facilitator in hospice and palliative care. Jane is a certified Spiritual Director as well as a Certified Senior Advisor. In a former life, she worked as a financial services representative and an exploration petroleum geologist and manager.