We Can Teach You Practical Skills to Help You Cope
Caregiving roles range from provision of assistance for personal care, access to meals and food, transportation to appointments, shopping, and social events, financial management and support, medical care, and many other home maintenance and activities of daily living.
Home Hospice North Lanark (HHNL) knows how hard it can be, and that caregiver burnout is a very real thing. As a response to the needs of unpaid caregivers in this area, HHNL is offering its third Practical Caregiving Training course developed by Champlain Hospice Palliative Care in Almonte this fall.
The five FREE 2-hour information sessions will take place at the Almonte Legion, in the beautifully renovated upstairs hall at 100 Bridge Street every Tuesday between October 18 and November 15 from 10:00 a.m. to noon.
Topics covered are:
Your Role as a Caregiver (Navigation, Advance Care Planning)
Lifts and Transfers (Body mechanics, lifting techniques)
Providing Personal Care (All things hygiene, grief, dignity)
End of Life Care (What to expect at the end of life)
Communication and Self Care
Please register by Tuesday, October 11.
Please bring your own mask and drinks.
We are grateful to the Almonte Legion for allowing us to use their beautifully renovated upstairs hall. This venue is accessible, and there is plenty of onsite parking.
About Home Hospice North Lanark
Home Hospice North Lanark is a “hospice without walls.” Services are provided in the client’s home—wherever home may be, in the North Lanark area. We provide support, assistance with navigating the healthcare system, and advocacy for adult clients who have received a life-limiting or terminal diagnosis, and/or those who care for them. Bereavement support and public education also fall within our mandate. Our services are based on a holistic approach respecting culture, dignity and personal lifestyle preferences at no cost to the client. We are a not-for-profit registered Canadian charity incorporated since 2013, funded 100% through donations and fundraising. Visit http://www.hhnl.ca for information, to request support, or to make a donation.