Are you a caregiver in the Ogden in need of some respite, rest, and resources? Come to a free educational series designed to help with all of that! Starting Friday, March 16, 2018 and continuing every Friday through May 4, 2018, this conference will delve into such "real world" issues for caregivers, as follows:
3/16/2018 “It's Been Lovely, but I Have to Scream Now!
3/23/2018 "What the Heck is Snoezelen?"
3/30/2018 "Pop! Goes the Memory"
4/06/2018 "Working Family Councils"
4/13/2018 "Planning for the Fog"
4/20/2018 "Harvesting Their Social Security"
4/27/2018 "Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildering Behaviors"
5/4/2018 "Oh Crap: Literally"
These classes are free and include lunch! All will be held at Weber Human Services, 237 26th Street, Ogden, UT 84401 beginning at noon.
To RSVP, call Rebecca Allred at 801-625-3866.
This series is supported by the Utah Division of Aging and Adult Services, with funding from Comfort Keepers, Comfort WORx Hospice, Rocky Mountain Care, CNS, and Utah State University.
For more information about caregiving and to find caregiving resources in your area, go to www.iheartcaregivers.org to share your story and find valuable tools to help you with your caregiving journey. You can also find information about future CAREversations nearby, which are small group discussions--all free--designed to help you share your experiences with other caregivers, allow you to provide suggestions to others in your situation, and find some respite with others who are undergoing this labor of love.