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Family Caregiver Connect

12feb7:00 pm8:00 pmFamily Caregiver ConnectWith Susie Sarkisian, Family Support Coach

Women and elder mother enjoying hot cocoa

Event Details

A Monthly Virtual Gathering for Caregivers

To RSVP, please email coaching@susiesarkisian.com

At The Kensington, YOU, as a family caregiver, matter to us as much as our residents do. We understand that caregiving for a senior with or without dementia is a demanding responsibility. We also believe that it is one you should not undertake alone.

That’s why we strive to preserve your well-being by helping you stay positive, manage fatigue and make the most of moments as your loved one’s body and memory changes. Join us the second Monday of every month to share time connecting with other caregivers and discussing common challenges in a welcoming, private setting. Let The Kensington be your trusted resource for information and the comforting ally you need!

Please note: This event is complimentary for current Kensington families, but does involve a fee for guests.
For more information or to connect with Susie on any of her caregiver groups, please contact Susie Sarkisian at coaching@susiesarkisian.com

As a daughter whose father had Lewy Body Dementia, Susie found herself drawn to supporting her mother, the caregiver. Professionally, Susie is a CTI (Coaches Training Institute) Certified Professional Coach, and is specially trained in listening, coaching, supporting, and validating others. Susie believes wholeheartedly that caring for anyone who is aging can be both hard and beautiful at the same time.

Time

(Monday) 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

Location

Virtual Zoom Event

Organizer

Brenda Moynihan

Director of Marketing and Outreach

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