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Host Organization: Family Caregivers' Network Society

March 16, 2015 06:30 PM (PST) (Session offered in English)
Needs and Wants: You Both Have Them!
Many family caregivers discover that they just donít have the time and energy to do everything for the person they are looking after, let alone remember or find time to take care of their own needs and wants as well. Learning the difference between a need and a want can be extremely useful in helping you to decide what gets addressed first and where to direct your limited resources. In this webinar, Allison offers you ways to decide how to pick and choose so that everyone benefits.

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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March 24, 2015 06:30 PM (PST) (Session offered in English)
I Just Donít Have the Time: A Webinar for Family Caregivers
Everyone is always saying I need to look after myself, but I just donít have the time. Iím too busy just trying to keep up with all the things that need to be done and all the people that want my attention. Sound familiar? Maureen will offer insights and suggestions on ways to build in some regular breaks for yourself as well as focusing on the whyís of self-care and why we might not pay attention to our own needs. Maureen comes from the perspective of having been a family caregiver herself, as well as having worked with family caregivers for many years as a Case Manager and Social Worker with Home and Community Care.

This webinar is facilitated by Maureen Grant, Community Social Worker, Island Health. 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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March 26, 2015 01:00 PM (PST) (Session offered in English)
Elder Abuse: What Is It? How Do We Deal With It?
Through discussions and a short video, this webinar will address the correlation between social isolation, mental capacity and abuse of older adults, types of abuse and the people involved and strategies to deal with elder abuse whether physical, psychological, financial or neglect. We will also emphasize the importance for older adults to stay socially connected, explore ways that family caregivers can help older adults to develop and maintain such connections, and brainstorm appropriate community resources.

This webinar is facilitated Lin Chen, Workshop Coordinator, BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support and runs from 1:00 Ė 2:30 PM. It was developed with funding from Human Resources and Skills Development Canadaís New Horizons for Seniors Program and its delivery is funded by the Province of British Columbia.

This session is reserved for residents of: British Columbia


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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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