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Making a Break Project

If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed by your caregiving responsibilities…

If the thought of the weekend stresses you out, because you know you’ll be off work but you’ll still be putting in work (caregiving)…

If Sunday evenings have you feeling like a panic attack thinking about all the things you need to take care of in the week ahead…

If you’re so burnt out you don’t have any energy for the things you enjoy…

 

You might need a break!

 

Join caregiving experts for our monthly mastermind sessions on how you can make time and space in your life for some well-deserved TLC.

Each month on the fourth Sunday, Denise Brown, founder of CareGiving.com, and Rachel Hiles, Certified Caregiving Consultant, Educator, and Facilitator are here to help you figure out how to knock down the hurdles that are in your way of the self care you need. We use Zoom so you can connect with us from the comfort of your home.

We will help you track your progress towards making a break by following up with you after our session.

 

NEXT SESSION:

Our next meeting happens:

  • Sunday, September 22 at 4 p.m. ET (3 p.m. CT, 1 p.m. PT)

 

SAVE YOUR SEAT

Save your free seat for this month’s Make a Break session. You will receive a calendar invite with the Zoom link and meeting reminders.

Before joining us, please complete a short survey about your experiences taking a break.

 

About the Experts

Denise M. Brown launched CareGiving.com in 1996 to help those who care for a family member or friend. CareGiving.com features the blogs of family caregivers, weekly words of comforts, daily chats, podcasts and free webinars. She has also launched cutting edge training programs for family caregivers and the professionals who work with them. She cares for her parents.

 

 

Photo: Rachel Hiles, 2019 National Caregiving Conference PresenterRachel Hiles is a 30-something aspiring celebrity do-gooder. Rachel lived the 9-5 lifestyle while caregiving and decided to strike out on her own. She runs her own graphic and web design company, blogs at TakingCareofGrandma.com, is launching a local nonprofit for family caregivers… all while caring for her grandma.

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