Please RSVP for this webinar by emailing Michele Laurin with the subject line "webinar."
Date & Time
March 18, from noon until 1:00 pm
S-113 (lecture hall), Castlegar Campus
P 315, Tenth Street Campus
Room 310, KSA Campus
First Aid Class Room, Nakusp Learning Centre
*Employees on campuses lacking a dedicated webinar room, please email Michele Laurin for individual login instructions.
The role of caregiver, while often rewarding, can also take a tremendous toll on individuals both emotionally and physically. It is critical that caregivers look after themselves as well as the person in their care. This principle is particularly important for members of the sandwich generation who are juggling both elder and child care responsibilities. Whether participants are already caring for an aging family member or plan to take on this role in the future, this session will provide important information for them to consider.
At the end of this session, participants will be able to do the following:
- Understand the emotions typically experienced by caregivers.
- Implement strategies to make caregiving easier.
- Develop healthy caregiving habits and positive coping skills.
Duration and Delivery Method
One hour instructor-led seminar or e-learning or virtual classroom
What to Bring
Please bring a pen/pencil, paper and your lunch.
People leaders and employees