May 9 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 8:00am on Tuesday, repeating until May 23, 2017
Energy Management for Caregivers: Being a caregiver is a deeply stressful and meaningful experience. In our first session, we will explore questions about stress, energy management, and ways the caregiver can use mindfulness techniques to help them help themselves-and then become more comfortable caregiving as a result.
Conversations with our Loved Ones: In our second session, we will help the caregiver think through different situations and levels of care, navigate your loved ones’ wishes for their own care, and have difficult conversations with them about advance directives.
Making Meaning: In our third session, we will explore questions of meaning and purpose-how do our Unitarian Universalist values help shape our understanding of caregiving as an important part of our beliefs and values?
Facilitated by Rev. Elizabeth Harding, A.M., M.Div., LSW. Elizabeth grew up Unitarian Universalist and is a bereavement counselor with JourneyCare, the state’s largest nonprofit hospice and palliative care provider. She is an affiliated community minister with the Second Unitarian Church of Chicago. Sign up here or on the Religious Education bulletin board.