At Home Nursing Care is sponsoring free event to to help family caregivers cope with caring for someone they love. Owner/Founder Lauren Reynolds will serve as Emcee. Reynolds understands the stress facing families as her own mother needed home care for 10 months before passing away of breast cancer at age 58.
Family caregivers are a critical link for those suffering from illness or a loss of independence, but with that responsibility comes stress and anxiety.
To provide support for family caregivers, the San Diego Caregiver Coalition invites you to a free event on April 5th in Rancho Bernardo.
Called “Back to the Basics, Caregiving 101”, this three hour morning seminar will give family caregivers information about basic steps to take when caring for someone else, including advise from an Elder Law Attorney and also a discussion about the myths of hospice.
Speakers include Alejandra Ceja-Aguilar from the Southern Caregiver Resource Center, Attorney Richard Scott from the Elder Care Law Firm and Jennifer Marsh of Elizabeth Hopsice.
Lauren Reynolds, owner/founder of At Home Nursing Care will provide opening remarks and will introduce San Diego Council Member Carl DeMaio.
To register, simply call 1-800-827-4277 or go online at www.sharp.com.
Download a flier here: Caregiver Coalition’s Caregiving Conference-RB-Final
If you are a family caregiver in need of support or a reputable agency to assist with your San Diego homecare needs, we invite you to give us a call at 760-634-8000. We offer a no-cost, in home meeting with family caregivers to discuss your in home options. Our Nursing Supervisor creates a plan that is unique to your loved one’s needs and ensures your home care needs in San Diego are met.
At Home Nursing Care is a licensed and accredited provider of in home care, easing the burden on family caregivers. Our home care services in San Diego and Los Angeles include helping with safety monitoring, companionship, bathing, dressing, meal preparation and more. We are also licensed to provide in home nursing care, including medication management. For more information, give us a call at 760-634-8000. We invite family caregivers to visit our website, or email us at [email protected]