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Encore: Education for Caregivers

Elderly woman holding a young hand

Sue Quirt, R. N., Shady Lane’s administrator, will present Teepa Snow’s approach. “End of Life & Letting Go” helps families to give comfort, communicate when there are no words, and support those in their care as they reach the end of their journey. The program is part of a series that explores coping with the […] read the rest »

Caregivers’ Morning Out: End of Life & Letting Go

Elderly woman holding a young hand

Featuring Teepa Snow’s End of Life & Letting Go On Wednesday, February 21, at 9:30 a.m., Sue Quirt, R. N., Shady Lane’s administrator, uses the Teepa Snow approach, “End of Life & Letting Go” helps families to give comfort, communicate when there are no words, and support those in their care as they reach the […] read the rest »

Good News for Caregivers

Taking care of you is the best thing you can do for the person in your care. Part of your responsibility is making sure that your needs are met. And, when you don’t you open yourself to isolation, depression, and physical ailments. When was the last time you took a vacation? Have you spent a […] read the rest »

Caregivers’ Morning Out: The GEMS Brain Change Model

Sue Quirt of Shady Lane will present the GEMS brain change model. As we age, our brains change. This is an informative and supportive way to approach dementia. Learn how to modify environments, manage situations, and adjust expectations to make your life and your loved one’s life a little easier. The more you know, the […] read the rest »

Who Hugs the Hugger?

  Caregiver’s Morning Out Featuring: Who Hugs the Hugger? With Sister Caroline Sullivan, O.P. from The Bridge Between 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. Sister Caroline is an engaging speaker who nurtures caregivers through story, image, and laughter. “The stress of being a caregiver is sometimes overwhelming,” said Theresa Patrick, Community Relations Director. “We began Caregiver’s Morning […] read the rest »

Caregiver’s Morning Out

Portrait of an adult woman with his elderly mother.

Laurel Grove Assisted Living presents “Caregiver’s Morning Out”, presentations for those of you who care for a loved one. Kim Jacquart Franzen and Lynn Scheinoha of the Manitowoc Aging and Disability Resource Center will present The Stages of Care Giving and Why You Need to Ask for Help. Dementia 101 will be presented by Sue […] read the rest »

Memory and the Pleasure of Poetry with the Poet Laureate

Join us at Laurel Grove Assisted Living will host Poetry & Memory, a community celebration of poetry with 2017-18 Wisconsin Poet Laureate Karla Huston at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 30 at Laurel Grove, 1235 South 24th St. It is free and open to the public. Huston, whose focus during her tenure as Wisconsin’s poet […] read the rest »

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