SHELTON - Balancing the responsibilities of work, finances, family life, and caring for an aging loved one can leave you feeling “Sandwiched” and in need of support.
Caregivers are invited to Wesley Village from 5:30-6:30 p.m. March 5 for the “Sandwiched” caregiver education series (snow date: March 12).
The program, Navigating the World of Senior Living Options, is rescheduled from February due to the inclement weather.
This program will take the place of The Path to Better Nutrition: Helping Your Aging Loved One Manage Their Health, which was originally scheduled for March 5 but will be presented at a later date.
Hear from Lois Poutney, Executive Director, Crosby Commons Assisted Living Community, Debra Samorajczyk, Administrator, Bishop Wicke Health Center, and Deb Moeller, Care Transition Manager with Constellation Health Services, as they explain senior living options available.
The presenters will discuss independent living, assisted living, home care, and skilled nursing care.
To RSVP, contact Wesley Village, 203-925-4952 or visit www.wesleyvillage-ct.org.
All programs will be held at Crosby Commons Assisted Living Community on the Wesley Village Campus, 580 Long Hill Ave.
A light supper will be served. This is a monthly series. Be sure to “Save the Date” for other upcoming programs on the first Wednesday of the month.
This is a press release from United Methodist Homes.
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