Caregiver Information Sessions are one of our most popular programs. Information Sessions provide an opportunity to connect with other caregivers and learn about topics important to caregivers.
Sessions are generally offered every second Wednesday in the afternoon (1:30 to 3:00 pm) and evening (6:00 to 7:30 pm) unless noted otherwise. Sessions are located at Fulton Place School, 10310 56 Street NW, enter on the east side (56 St) of building. The ‘Caregivers Resource’ room opens 15 minutes prior to session time. Street parking is free.
Attend whichever sessions interest you. Refreshments will be provided. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required and closes the day prior to session. The sessions may be cancelled due to inclement weather or low registration (minimum 5); we will do our best to contact you in advance.
To REGISTER (indicate your name, contact information and preferred session – afternoon or evening) or if there is a topic you’d like to see, please contact the Caregiver Advisor at email@example.com or call 780-453-5088 to register with our staff.
2018 Winter/Spring Sessions
February 7, 2018: Good Grief
Who taught us to grieve, what does it look like, what is grieving? Learn ways to manage grief and how to respond when others seem critical or say hurtful or unhelpful things. See how grief is normal, healthy and it is okay to teach others how to support you.
February 21, 2018: Importance of Sleep
Discover strategies to get the sleep you need
March 7, 2018: Mobilizing Your Supports Please note due to low registration there is no evening session – AFTERNOON ONLY
Examine what supports you have or need
March 21, 2018: Managing Stress
Learn how stress affects us and self-care strategies
April 4, 2018: Personal Wellness through Leisure Please note due to low registration this session is cancelled, sorry for any inconvenience.
Identify barriers and create an inventory of activies
April 18, 2018: You and Your Meds Guest Speaker – AFTERNOON ONLY
Learn important information relating to medication for you and your care recipient