The primary providers of care for the elderly are most often family members. Unfortunately, in many cases, older people may live far away from their relatives, so worry and concern trouble family members who want to help but are unable to be there in person.
This workshop is designed to assist those who are responsible for coordinating and monitoring the care of an aging relative when they live far away. The session will provide information about creating a network of assistance that includes family, friends, neighbors and professionals. Participants will also learn to identify problem areas and possible resources for support.
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