Caring for an aging family member or supporting someone who is a caregiver is a challenge that many of us will face at some time during our life. This is often a task that falls to us without time or resources we need for which to prepare.
In this series — through the collaboration of The School of Continuing Education, School of Family and Consumer Sciences, the Master of Arts in gerontology program, the Department of Human Resources, and the Office of Training and Development — we examine a wide variety of topics such as balancing work life, reviewing caring facilities, maintaining your health and vitality, decisions about long-term care, and grief support.
Caregivers programs are scheduled monthly during the lunch hour. Programs are advertised in the University Newsletter and on the Office Training and Development registration website. To view or register for any caregiver’s support program, please visit our registration website.
If you were not able to attend or wish to review our monthly caregiver’s program materials that are presented, please contact our office. Recent programs can be seen below.
|Stages of Grief||Dr. Snyder|
|Communicating With Loved Ones||Dr. Gill|
|Joys and Challenges||Julie Benedict|
| Restoring Relationships After Caregiving
|| Dr. Messer