AN ALSKA CAREGIVER RESPITE
Virtual Caregiver Support Groups
You can attend the alska virtual caregiver support groups without having to find a respite caregiver, drive for miles or even put your shoes on. The virtual support groups are facilitated and topic-specific rather than a chat room or message board. If you are looking for informal support from other caregivers you can join caremeetup.com to discuss caregiving concerns with others in a similar caregiving situation.
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Virtual One-on-One Advocacy Sessions
If you are looking for more personalized support, we offer virtual one-on-one advocacy sessions. These are perfect if you are new to caregiving, trying to navigate a crisis or looking for resources in your area.
Every Tuesday | 1:00 PM Central Standard Time
This virtual support group is for anyone who is caring for a loved one. This is a facilitated group and the privacy of attendees is maintained at all times. Attendee names and questions are seen only by the facilitator.
May 12, 2020| 1:00 PM Central Standard Time –or- May 14, 2020 | 10:00 AM CST
These are challenging times and self-isolating to prevent the spread of this virus is important. It can also have an impact on our physical and mental health. In this live webinar, we will discuss tips and resources to stay connected while we are staying apart.
May 15, 2020 | 10:00 AM Central Standard Time
During this difficult time, the already stressful task of managing a new diagnosis of an illness or a health crisis is made even more challenging by the Covid 19 virus. In this live webinar, we will review things you can do to make communication better and achieve the best outcomes possible.
May 21, 2020 | 2:00 PM Central Standard Time
Planning and discussions regarding end of life decisions can be uncomfortable and are often something we avoid. Having things in order for the inevitable is so important whether it’s for yourself or someone you love. In this webinar we will discuss steps you can take to make sure wishes are known in the event you or a loved one are unable to communicate