The bells have rung, the new year has appeared, and hopefully will bring good days to us all who give so much ceaseless care for those in need. Holiday season expanded to great moments of stress, anxiety, and pressure upon the caregiver who too often forgets about their well-being. It’s truly a daily challenge being a caregiver.
That’s why we want to see all who daily spend so many hours taking care of their loved ones with dementia, ALS, stroke, MS, Parkinson’s, so many of the neurological disorders going through exhaustion, stress, and moments where it all becomes too overwhelming. Please come join us; learn how to overcome these stressful times and turn each day into an environment of joy not only for you, the caregiver, but your loved one.
Our meeting is Friday, Jan. 17 at the Preserve Clubhouse Room 2, from 10-11:30 a.m.
The speaker will be a representative of SaddleBrooke Village telling us of the many programs, services they provide to the community. They are a valuable tool to the caregiver helping with so many details and home duties that they can lessen a great deal of anxiety.
Contact Marilyn Sellers at 520-818-0965 or [email protected] for your reservation.
Other questions can be directed to Esta Goldstein at 520-825-1181.
Future meetings: Feb. 21, March 20, and April 17.