We know your life as a caregiver is demanding, but trust us: you’re no good to your loved ones without some occasional, guilt-free self-TLC! You are invited to join us on Thursday, September 15, 2016, from 1 pm to 3:30 pm at the Toronto Public Library Leaside Branch for peer mingling, snacks and refreshments, educational … Continued
Category: Workshops & Events
Think back and try to recall when the last time was you took a rejuvenating break, socialized with peers or—for goodness sake—had a little fun! You are invited to join us on Wednesday, September 14, 2016, from 1 pm – 3:30 pm at the Toronto Public Library Woodside Square Branch for peer mingling, snacks and … Continued
I enjoy speaking to groups on a variety of caregiving issues.
On January 24, 2015, Caregiving Matters produced a full day workshop with experts speaking on a variety of Power of Attorney topics as part of our
Power of Attorney Project. We had three fantastic lawyers, several social services professionals and the OPP talking about POA investigations.
Workshops topics varied from incontinence management and foot care to gardening, living on a farm, and home modifications to keep seniors and those with disabilities living safely at home.
68 ladies enjoyed golf clinics hosted by the Golf Pros, 9 holes of recreational golf and dinner. After dinner, many ladies shared their caregiving stories and were given amazing gifts as part of our “Caregiver Heroes Program.”
Dr. Sandra Campbell discusses strategies to address elder abuse and the effects of ageism. Her call to action: Seniors, capable adults, should have all the rights and privileges accorded other functioning adults.
Chris Kata is an amazing volunteer.
These 8 workshops focused on educating rural disabled adults about the importance of being as active and healthy as possible.