Share To Care (STC)

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Program Description

   The purpose of STC is to develop a greater understanding and appreciation of the role of family caregiving with individuals who are family caregivers, as well as, with those persons with whom the family caregiver interacts socially.  

Program Participants

  STC promotes awareness and provides education about the impact of family caregiving on the life of the family caregiver by hosting bimonthly seminars at which individuals who are family caregivers and individuals who are a part of the social network of family caregivers are invited to participate. The program targets citizens who reside in the zip code 33435 in Boynton Beach.

Seminars

  Session One

Focus: 

Ways in Which Family Caregiving Increases Stress 

When

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

11:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Where

Olive Garden Italian Kitchen

1001 North Congress Ave.

Boynton Beach, FL 33426


Free Lunch is Provided 

RSVP is required

561.706.5397  

possible resources

Additional Information

 Several sites are listed here as examples of locations where information can be found. The purpose of listing these sites is to provide education for family caregivers.


 http://quickguide.211pbtc.org/pbcquickguide-english.pdf 

"Palm Beach County - Healthcare & Community Resources"


https://www.medicare.gov/ 

"The official U.S. government site for Medicare"


 http://quickguide.211pbtc.org/pbcseniorquickguide.pdf 

"Senior Guide to Community Services - Palm Beach County"


  https://www.youragingresourcecenter.org/caregiver-faqs   

"At the Area Agency on Aging/Your Aging and Disability Resource Center we celebrate “caregivers'''.


 https://www.nia.nih.gov/ 

"The National Institute on Aging is the primary Federal agency supporting and conducting Alzheimer's disease research. "


http://elderaffairs.state.fl.us/ 

  "The Florida Department of Elder Affairs is the primary state agency administering human services programs to benefit Florida's elders."


 https://www.cdc.gov/chronicdisease/pdf/Caregivers-508.pdf 

 "Tips for Caregivers.  How to Communicate with your Care Recipient’s Doctor"




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