Caring for an Aging Loved One

Caregiving 101: A Workshop Presented by Heights and Hills for Family Members Caring for an Aging Loved One

Are you:

  • Seeing your older loved one slow down and realize that soon you’ll need to focus on their aging needs?
  • Dealing with a recent loved one’s diagnosis and feel overwhelmed by the information?
  • Trying to avoid the future by just not thinking about it?

Heights and Hills, in conjunction with Park Slope Parents, All Saints Church, Council Member Brad Lander and Assemblymember Jim Brennan are teaming up to help with the transition.

November 19th, 2015
6:30PM – 8:30PM
The Park Slope Center for Successful Aging
463A 7th St
(at the corner of 7th Ave, side entrance to All Saints Church)

Caregiving for an aging parent descends upon us in all sorts of ways including a sudden crisis or series of small but unsettling warning signs. Either way, decisions have to be made and this seminar will help you to assess your situation and take the first steps.

Join us for this illuminating (and calming) seminar. It’s up to you whether you go in blind or have the tools to help!

The workshop is FREE (but space is limited), so please register so we can plan accordingly. RSVP to: Reisgrub@heightsandhills.org

ABOUT Heights and Hills: Heights and Hills is one of the largest providers of supportive services for community-dwelling older adults in Brooklyn and their families. They provide compassionate and professionally delivered services that address older adults’ physical and emotional challenges and help put supports in place to allow elders to age on their own terms, independently and with dignity.


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