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Our Primary Caregiver

Support Group

Connect with others who understand your struggles as a Primary Caregiver for a Senior. Each month, we will meet at one of the coolest Breweries, Wineries, or Coffee Shops in town, for an informal support group.  Come and relax, share your stories, receive expert guidance, and find a better way to cope with this difficult time.

Whatever you wish to eat or drink is your only cost. Please arrive 15 minutes early if you plan to order something. This way everyone will have their food or drink and the meeting can begin on time promptly at 3pm. We look forward to seeing you there! 

 
   You must be 21 to attend. Drink responsibly.

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This Month's Speaker, Topic, & Info

May 28, 2017

 

Speaker: Dan Parker

Right at Home - Sacramento/Davis

President & CEO

 

 

Discussion Topic:  

"Putting Vacations, Date Nights, and Me Time, back on our calendars"

 

Mirabelle Cafe

7381 Winding Way, Fair Oaks, CA,  95628

Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm

 

This month, meet us at a charming cafe called Mirabelle Cafe in Fair Oaks, California. Mirabelle Cafe Your gonna flip when you see their amazing pastry display! OMG! We have booked the outdoor covered patio area for this month's group.. They have the coolest rocking seats. This place is amazing. You’re gonna love it. Come and relax, share your stories, receive expert guidance, and find a better way to cope with this difficult time.

This month’s Topic: “Putting Vacations, Date Nights, and Me Time, back on our calendars.”

Why? Because, let’s face it. Once we can on the role of the caregiver, our time is no longer ours. Any free time we used to have to go on vacations or have date nights with our significant others have all but disappeared. That’s not ok. You are important too. It’s time to get vacations, day nights, and “me time” back on all of our calendars. Join us to learn just how you can do that.

Each month one professional from our senior care network will be invited to attend to provide guidance in the area of their expertise. This month our speakers will be Mr. Dan Parker, President and Certified Senior Advisor of Right At Home - Sacramento/Davis (Right at Home), and  Jaynie Guarnieri askjaynie.com (askjaynie.com).

Right at Home is an international provider of non-medical in-home care services for seniors and disabled adults.  As a company they strive to help their clients stay in their homes as long as possible. They do that by recruiting, training, deploying, and supervising caregivers who can provide a wide range of services.  These services range from companion care to personal care and include, light housekeeping, transportation, errands, meal preparation, up through transferring, bathing, and incontinence care.

Jaynie and Dan will tag team a discussion about the different options primary caregivers of seniors have that can help open up some free time for yourself. 

 
With more than 20 years in Elder Care, as a Certified Memory Impaired Specialist, an Administrator with the California Department of Social Services, and as a Geriatric Care Manager, Jaynie has the answers. 

Whether it is explaining why it is so important to have a Durable Power of Attorney, to the hardest decisions about hospice…she can help guide you through the maze of Medicare guidelines. She can help you formulate a plan regarding Your care and how You want things handled. You can feel comfortable knowing you can share your experience with Experts in Senior Care and other primary caregivers who going through a similar journey.

Don’t forget, the 2nd half of the meeting will be the general discussion surrounding any problems or questions you might have on your journey as a primary caregiver to a senior. 

Come and relax, share your stories, receive expert guidance, and find a better way to cope with this difficult time. Your only cost is whatever you choose to eat or drink. 

Prizes! Prizes! Please remember to bring a friend to this meeting. Those who attend and bring a friend will be entered into a drawing for a 60 minute Massage courtesy of a generous donation from Gold Country Massage. 

Gold Country Massage

So, don't forget to bring a friend!  We look forward to seeing you there! 

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