Do you provide unpaid care for a loved one?

Are you a family member or friend who provides unpaid care for a loved one living with a disability, illness, or aging?

More and more of our community members are taking care of a family member, a friend, or a neighbor as a natural caregiver. A natural caregiver’s role is often challenging and complex; but this unpaid role is extremely valuable and has a real physical, emotional and social impact for you and the person you are helping.

Join us for a 6-week Natural Caregiver Course designed to support and educate those who are either providing care to a loved one or for those who are embarking on that journey. Taught by qualified professionals and community experts in a friendly and modern classroom environment, this course provides caregivers or those who will become caregivers the necessary tools, tips, and techniques when caring for a loved one.

What participants have said about this course:

“I know my life is changing and you have helped me to understand how important my role is on this new road with my husband.”

“Many (caregivers) have ad-hoc experience ‘on-the-fly’. A course like this helps us to reflect and organize our efforts more efficiently and learn new methods and techniques”

“I was so pleased to see that there were other like-minded people who were interested in this course and I learned as much from talking with them as I did from the course. It is a great forum for exchange of ideas, experiences and needs. “

The next Natural Caregiver Course starts in Châteauguay on October 12th. Additional courses to be offered in Brossard as well as other communities in the Montérégie South Shore territory.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 6:00 pm

at Nova Career Center

70 Maple Boulevard, Châteauguay QC

Register by September 30, 2016

450-691-1440 ext. 485

 


This course is dedicated to all those who work tirelessly to ensure their loved ones can remain in their homes for as long as possible and is sponsored by the Assistance & Referral Centre (ARC) and offered at no-charge thanks in part to funding from Health Canada and in partnership with community collaboration.

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