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Host Organization: Family Caregivers' Network Society

April 08, 2015 06:30 PM (PST) (Session offered in English)
Guilt and Frustration: How Changing Your Expectations Leads to Emotional Wellness
Do you experience a lot of guilt and frustration in your role as a family caregiver? Are you ready to let go of these feelings? If you are, Allison invites you to attend this webinar in which you will learn how your personal expectations of yourself, and of others, creates these feelings. It is from this awareness that you can then shift your perspective so you can more easily let go of your guilt and frustration. Your emotional health will benefit by tackling these emotions head on.

This webinar is facilitated by Allison Reeves, Registered Clinical Counsellor. It runs from 6:30 - 8:00 PM. We gratefully acknowledge the Province of British Columbia for funding of this event.

This session is reserved for residents of: British Columbia


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April 14, 2015 04:30 PM (PST) (Session offered in English)
Care Planning 101: A Webinar for Family Caregivers
Wondering how to get organized and trying to work out how best to support your family member? This webinar will cover some of the basic information you need to consider when planning for care. Better organization will lead to less stress and better information for all concerned. In addition we will cover what your family members goals are, what your goals as a caregiver are, and how to plan for care, taking into consideration the changing goalposts as health needs increase. Knowing what your goals are helps to keep things on track as well as recognizing when you have succeeded. Maureen Grant has been working with caregivers for over 30 years in a variety of settings. She has an excellent knowledge of the issues that arise in planning for care needs.
This session is reserved for residents of: British Columbia


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May 05, 2015 04:30 PM (PST) (Session offered in English)
What Don’t I Know That I Need to Know?: Effective Decision-Making in Caregiving
Are you new to caregiving or feeling at a loss as to what needs to be done? Not sure where to start or how to decide what to do next? Are you worried that you might be missing something important? This practical and informative webinar will outline the various aspects of providing care to your family member. A checklist of decisions that need to be made and problem solving options starting with the basics and then moving into more complex situations will be discussed.

Celebrating Family Caregiver Week in BC - May 4 - 10, 2015

This session is reserved for residents of: British Columbia


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May 07, 2015 06:30 PM (PST) (Session offered in English)
Creating an Unhealthy Environment for Caregiver Burnout
Knowing how to create an unhealthy environment for caregiver burnout is invaluable. Why? Because treating caregiver burnout like a disease helps you to “starve it out” so to speak. In this valuable webinar, Allison will outline how you can increase your resiliency and hardiness and be proactive in living your life in a way that will not allow caregiver burnout to take root.

Celebrating Family Caregiver Week in BC - May 4 - 10, 2015

This session is reserved for residents of: British Columbia


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May 27, 2015 06:30 PM (PST) (Session offered in English)
Letting Go: A Valuable Lesson in Family Caregiving
As a family caregiver, are you finding yourself tussling with others or feeling frustrated with your situation? If so, this webinar is for you. Learning when to hold on and when to let go helps both you and the person for whom you are caring – whether that involves letting go of expectations, control or trying to maintain life the way it used to be.
This session is reserved for residents of: British Columbia


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June 15, 2015 06:30 PM (PST) (Session offered in English)
Respite: Who Benefits?
Have you taken any breaks (also referred to as respite) from your caregiving responsibilities yet? Does even the thought of taking respite seem impossible? And has the person you are caring for taken respite as well? Aha! Yes respite can benefit both of you in unexpected ways. In this webinar we will explore what taking respite means to you as a family caregiver and the benefits to both you and the person you are caring for.
This session is reserved for residents of: British Columbia


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