Caregiving 101: Exploring the Complexities of Family Caregiving
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This webinar took place on December 7, 2010.
The goal of this training is to identify what a caregiver is, why self-identifying as a caregiver is important, and to provide participants with an understanding of the potential impacts care providing has on their loved ones and themselves.
- Download the Powerpoint Slides (PDF of the Power Point slides)
Presenter: Donna Schempp, LCSW
Ms. Schempp has worked in the field of aging for the past twenty years as a home care and hospice social worker, Director of Senior Services for Jewish Family and Children’s Services of the East Bay and as past Program Director at Family Caregiver Alliance. She is active in the San Francisco Village, Alameda County Safety Net Initiative and currently works at the UCSF Memory and Aging Center.
For more information, contact FCA’s Education Coordinator at (800) 445-8106.