Navigating the maze of caregiving information can be overwhelming, if...

Navigating the maze of caregiving information can be overwhelming, if you're one of the nearly 66 million Americans
caring for an aging, seriously ill, or disabled family member or friend. Join UCI employees and retired faculty and staff
for information and resources by signing up for one or more of the Caregiver Workshops.
All Workshops: 12:00 pm - 1:00pm
UC Irvine Medical Center
Building 53, Room 121 or Building 56, Room 113 (see below)
Light refreshments will be served
Limited Space, Register Now; Sign in using your UCNet ID
or by emailing [email protected] or calling 949-824-7769
Wednesday, August 27, 2014 - Location: Building 53, Room 121
Caring for Loved Ones with Memory Impairment Speaker: Susan Randhawa
Susan is with the UCI MIND Memory Assessment and Research Center. She leads a support group for
caregivers for loved ones with Dementia, with tips on how to walk down this path together.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - Location: Building 56, Room 113
Managing Caregiver Stress & Burnout Speaker: Karen Fazio
Karen is a Gerontologist instructor at Cal State University Fullerton, and the Education and Outreach Program
Manager for the Council on Aging, Orange County. Learn effective tools as well as outside resources, discuss
the “new normal” and how to be proactive.
Thursday, September 25, 2014 - Location: Building 53, Room 121
Options in Home Care/Ways to Pay Speaker: Adam Kranson
Adam is the co-founder of H3Assist, a fully–licensed, private homecare agency, and, Senior Care Registry,
which is a domestic referral agency. This workshop will provide key information comparing and preparing
24-hour care, part-time in-home care or help on a limited, as-needed basis, costs and ways to pay for these
types of home care.
Thursday, October 23, 2014 - Location: Building 53, Room 121
How to Thrive and Survive in the Sandwich Generation Workshop Speaker: Diana Bishop
Taking care of grandkids, kids, parents or loved ones at the same time? It is important to be proactive with
life decisions and it is CRITICAL for caregivers to focus on self-care. Learn how to survive and thrive in the
Sandwich Generation.
For more information and additional resources, visit: Questions? [email protected]