Tag: Stroke/Neurological Support Group

Stroke/Neurological Support Group Notice

Being a caregiver can be challenging and stressful, but caregivers also describe their role as very meaningful. Therefore, we are happy to announce that the monthly meetings will start once again, to help all caregivers of the neurologically impaired to come and learn how to grow stronger in this very important role. Meeting in the…

Stroke-Neurological Support Group

Esta Goldstein It has been a long time since we have had the opportunity to meet and give one another a hug, encouragement, friendship, learn new information, and listen to an informative talk. We’re hoping that we can start up once again, but we need people to help plan, send emails, and work as a team…

Stroke-Neurological Support Group

Esta Goldstein It’s been almost a year since our group has had the opportunity to meet and give one another a hug, encouragement, friendship, new information, or listen to an informative talk by a speaker. We’re hoping that with the vaccinations being completed here in SaddleBrooke, the rooms will become available for our gatherings. In…

Stroke/Neurological Support Group Notice

Esta Goldstein Being a caregiver can be challenging and stressful. But caregivers also describe their role as very meaningful. Here are a few of the many rewards that you may experience when caring for a loved one. * You may gain new skills * You may learn to be more organized and to plan ahead…

Stroke/Neurological Support Group: Pandemic Adds To Challenges, Stress For Many Family Caregivers

Esta Goldstein Even before the pandemic, the number of caregivers in the U.S. was on the rise. A May report by the National Alliance for Caregivers and the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) found that an estimated 53 million people serve as caregivers, up from 43.5 million in 2015. Most—80%—are caring for relatives, and…