For the last three years, we have celebrated family caregivers with this National Caregiving Conference held by Caregiving.com! It would be great if you could join us. The conference is held both in-person and virtually to make it accessible to anyone who wants to learn more about being a family caregiver or who want to connect with other family caregivers like themselves.
This year we celebrate our amazing difference! What kind of difference have you made as a family caregiver? We want to know so that we can celebrate with you.
This conference is held by family caregivers for family caregivers but we invite anyone who supports family caregiving. We are a network of brave, compassionate, and loving individuals across all backgrounds and nationalities. We welcome everyone!
Click on the photo to view more information on the conference! Early registration ends September 1st, you don't want to miss out on this amazing opportunity.
Need More Resources
Caregiving.com has a wealth of resources for family caregivers and we'd love for you to stop by and mingle with the family caregivers on our site. Caregiving.com hosts daily chats and has available tons of educational materials for family caregivers. With the largest online blog for family caregivers, it's easy to connect with others like you. We're a global community. Here are some of my favorite resources from Caregiving.com! Click on any of the pictures below for a link to the Caregiving.com website. Once you're on the website, click on Solutions, then Store and enjoy 20% off!
Interested in honing in on those caregiving skills you've developed through your own personal journey to help others! This course gives you the knowledge you need to do just that.
This amazing book contains personal stories and advice from family caregivers. It's rich with heart and gives anecdotes on worldly lessons learned through the eyes of their loved one.
With The Caregiving Years, Denise Brown, founder of Caregiving.com deep dives into the 6 different types of family caregiving moments that many of us find ourselves in and how to navigate through that sometimes difficult terrain with grace.