This event is hosted by the Alzheimer Society Calgary.

Caregiving can present challenges, especially during this time. Learn helpful strategies to help you take care of yourself while caring for your loved one.

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Caregivers Alberta believes that caregivers need care too.

The Caregiver Support Community is a virtual program that aims to empower caregivers well-being by providing a supportive group where you can connect with other caregivers, have open conversations about the ups and downs of caregiving, and learn about topics relevant to caregivers.

This group is lead by a trained facilitator who is there to help guide your caregiving journey by way of education and support.

This group is virtual, please note that you will receive an online Zoom link to the group the day before the event. You will also receive a phone number if you prefer to connect by phone.

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Well Connected offers recreation day programming in an online setting. No matter your age or where you are in the province, you can stay connected by participating in activities, education, and friendly conversation. Both caregivers and care recipients are welcome to participate! Groups are facilitated by ElderCare Edmonton therapeutic recreation specialists.

The Benefits

  • Enjoy therapeutic recreation in an at-home setting
  • Remain connected to community during a socially isolated climate
  • Engage the body, mind and spirit through a wide range of topics
  • Promote activity and support independent well being

How does it work?

Please register through Eventbrite in order to receive a Zoom link to the program. You will be able to participate via phone, tablet, or computer. Groups last from 45 – 60 minutes and can incorporate up to 25 participants at a time. New to Zoom? Learn more here.

REGISTER

Caregivers Alberta believes that caregivers need care too.

The Caregiver Support Community is a virtual program that aims to empower caregivers well-being by providing a supportive group where you can connect with other caregivers, have open conversations about the ups and downs of caregiving, and learn about topics relevant to caregivers.

This group is lead by a trained facilitator who is there to help guide your caregiving journey by way of education and support.

This group is virtual, please note that you will receive an online Zoom link to the group the day before the event. You will also receive a phone number if you prefer to connect by phone.

REGISTER

Caregivers Alberta believes that caregivers need care too.

The Caregiver Support Community is a virtual program that aims to empower caregivers well-being by providing a supportive group where you can connect with other caregivers, have open conversations about the ups and downs of caregiving, and learn about topics relevant to caregivers.

This group is lead by a trained facilitator who is there to help guide your caregiving journey by way of education and support.

This group is virtual, please note that you will receive an online Zoom link to the group the day before the event. You will also receive a phone number if you prefer to connect by phone.

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This event is hosted by March of Dimes Canada.

Join Rick Lauber author of Caregiver’s Guide for Canadians as he explores managing Caregiving and COVID-19.

Rick will share his personal caregiving story and highlight some of the challenges that COVID-19 presents to caregivers. Rick will also talk about managing multiple responsibilities, handling different visiting rules for seniors in long-term care during the pandemic and keeping active and participating throughout “self-isolation.”

All registered participants will receive a discount of almost 50% to be applied to purchase of Rick’s book, Caregiver’s Guide for Canadians.

REGISTER

Well Connected offers recreation day programming in an online setting. No matter your age or where you are in the province, you can stay connected by participating in activities, education, and friendly conversation. Both caregivers and care recipients are welcome to participate! Groups are facilitated by ElderCare Edmonton therapeutic recreation specialists.

The Benefits

  • Enjoy therapeutic recreation in an at-home setting
  • Remain connected to community during a socially isolated climate
  • Engage the body, mind and spirit through a wide range of topics
  • Promote activity and support independent well being

How does it work?

Please register through Eventbrite in order to receive a Zoom link to the program. You will be able to participate via phone, tablet, or computer. Groups last from 45 – 60 minutes and can incorporate up to 25 participants at a time. New to Zoom? Learn more here.

REGISTER

Caregivers Alberta believes that caregivers need care too.

The Caregiver Support Community is a virtual program that aims to empower caregivers well-being by providing a supportive group where you can connect with other caregivers, have open conversations about the ups and downs of caregiving, and learn about topics relevant to caregivers.

This group is lead by a trained facilitator who is there to help guide your caregiving journey by way of education and support.

This group is virtual, please note that you will receive an online Zoom link to the group the day before the event. You will also receive a phone number if you prefer to connect by phone.

REGISTER

Caregivers Alberta believes that caregivers need care too.

The Caregiver Support Community is a virtual program that aims to empower caregivers well-being by providing a supportive group where you can connect with other caregivers, have open conversations about the ups and downs of caregiving, and learn about topics relevant to caregivers.

This group is lead by a trained facilitator who is there to help guide your caregiving journey by way of education and support.

This group is virtual, please note that you will receive an online Zoom link to the group the day before the event. You will also receive a phone number if you prefer to connect by phone.

REGISTER

This event is hosted by Alzheimer Society Calgary.

This session focuses on the behaviour changes associated with dementia and explores the reasons behind these behaviour changes, common triggers and strategies to respond to them appropriately.

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