Providing rides to medical appointments. Making a trip to the grocery. Assisting with laundry and cleaning. If you have done any of these things for an older loved one, then you are a caregiver. And you’re in good company. In fact, more than 65 million Americans provide care for a chronically ill, disabled or aging family member or friend.
Many caregivers do not identify as being a caregiver. They tend to see themselves as simply doing what needs to be done – as a spouse or child. However, they are more inclined to seek help and become more skilled once they identify as a caregiver.
COA can help caregivers better manage all of their responsibilities so they can focus on one thing at a time. Caregivers can learn more at an upcoming event designed for just for them.
What Caregiving’s 3Cs: Compassionate, Complex, Critical
When Tuesday, April 18, 2023; 1:00 – 2:30 pm
Where Walnut Hills Branch Library; 2533 Kemper Lane, 45206
- Try EVRTalk, Council on Aging’s Virtual Reality Caregiver Experience
- Hear from experts about ways to improve the caregiving experience for you and your loved one. A panel of experts from Council on Aging and Pro Seniors will share the ins and outs of caregiving for an older loved one.
- Be entered to win a Kroger gift card (six chances to win!)
- Enjoy light snacks
Advance registration is required. Click here to register.
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For more information about this event, contact Antoinette Moore, 513-592-2812 or email@example.com