June 4, 2019
Nashville, IN—Thrive Alliance, in partnership with Mill Race Center, Help At Home LLC and the Brown County Public Library, is offering a six-week program of educational sessions for Caregivers. These sessions will be held each Tuesday from July 9 through August 13 from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. at the Brown County Public Library, 205 Locust Lane in Nashville. The program is made possible through funding by Brown County Foundation.
Trainers Shelby Eggers, Christina Rajanayakam and Leah Boas will provide sessions on a number of topics aimed at helping Caregivers learn methods for ensuring they are taking care of themselves along with meeting their caregiving obligations. Help At Home LLC will provide care for loved ones during the six-week program. A light dinner will also be provided.
|Date||Topic of Class|
|July 9th||“Taking Care of You”|
|July 16th||“Identifying & Reducing Personal Stress”|
|July 23rd||“Communicating Feelings, Needs, & Concerns”|
|July 30th||“Communicating in Challenging Situations”|
|August 6th||“Learning from our Emotions”|
|August 13th||“Mastering Caregiving Decisions”|
Registration is required. Please call (812) 372-6918 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register by July 1.
Thrive Alliance serves the residents of Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson, and Jennings counties. Our services focus on helping older adults and individuals with disabilities remain safe and independent in their own home as long as possible. Our services also include providing safe and affordable housing for low income individuals and families.
1531 13th St.
Columbus, IN 47201