Our 36-Hour Chat Begins at Noon on Christmas Eve


Our 36-Hour Chat Begins at Noon on Christmas Eve

christmas-candles-decorations-7299-hd-wallpapersIf you need a extra support and comfort over Christmas, please feel free to stop by our 36-hour chat which will open at Noon ET on Christmas Eve.

Because we understand you may not be where you want to be and may need a place to go, we’re opening a chat room for 36 hours for any family caregiver and former family caregiver who needs a place to vent, share or connect over Christmas. Our virtual chat room doesn’t require gas or your heavy winter coat. If you need time away from family, if you need to connect with others who understand, if you need a friendly face who knows how it can be, please step into our Christmas chat room.

From Noon ET Christmas Eve until 7 a.m. ET on December 26, we’ll keep a chat room open here: www.caregiving.com/chat/. The chat will be open to members of Caregiving.com and AfterGiving.com as well as any visitor of Caregiving.com and AfterGiving.com. The chat will be unmoderated although I will stop in. (Would you like to volunteer in our chat room? Just send me an email and let me know your availability.)

@roaringmouse, who cared for her husband and blogged on Caregiving.com and now blogs on AfterGiving.com, will man the chat room from Noon ET on Christmas Eve until Noon ET on Christmas Day. @lisarae, who cares for her dad, will man the chat room from 3 p.m. ET until 5 p.m. ET on Christmas Day. Our chat was originally scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. ET but because of RoaringMouse's generosity, we'll open the chat at Noon ET, expanding our 36-hour chat to 43 hours. RoaringMouse also donated her time last year for our 36-Hour Chat, manning the chat room for all of Christmas Day.

During a difficult holiday, you may need a cozy place to land. Please feel free to find comfort in our chat room. We’ll keep the lights on for you. And, a huge thank you to RoaringMouse and Lisa for the wonderful donation of their time and good company.

Join our chat room.

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Lillie Fuller

I wish I had a computer so I could participate. It's a really great thing to do.