Family Caregiving

Although this is a four hour class in total, each session is presented as an individual segment, so participants do not need to attend any one to benefit from another. Caregivers are welcome to attend one, two or all classes, whatever suits your specific needs, interests and time constraints. Participation in these classes will provide…

Understanding A Dementia Diagnosis

The four most prevalent forms of dementia are Alzheimer’s Disease, Vascular Dementia, Lewy Body Dementia, and Frontotemporal Dementia.  This two-hour class will explore the probable progression, treatment, and prognosis of dementia.  Additional time will be allotted for questions, discussions, support and learning from the instructor(s) and caregivers who understand the stresses of your situation. While this…

Restorative Yoga and Deep Relaxation

Restorative Yoga utilizes a variety of props such as bolsters, blankets, and blocks to support the body and allow the breath to move freely, encouraging the muscles to relax the mind to quiet. Within a short time, this practice encourages you to become submerged in a deeply relaxed state and drop into the silent space…

Caregiver Support Group

Our drop-in, one-hour support group provides a safe place to connect with other caregivers who truly understand what you are  going through. Exchange practical information on caregiving problems and possible solutions; Talk through challenges and ways of coping; Share feelings, needs and concerns; and learn about resources available in our community. You’re not alone. While…

Caregiving 101

This free one hour class is designed to raise awareness of the importance of self-care and will explore the physical, emotional, psychological and social components of caregiving.  Caregiving can be a rewarding experience but also a difficult and draining job, especially if we are neither trained nor prepared for that role. Tips on how to deal…

Yes, there is such a thing as a free lunch!

Please join us at the community panel and complimentary lunch on Friday at noon at the Mercer Auditorium, 1250 E. 66th Street in Savannah! Our panel of spiritual leaders will discuss “The Caregiver Crisis and how Religious Communities can Help” as part of our 9th annual Hospice Savannah lecture series. Medical professionals can earn CEU’s…

Understanding A Dementia Diagnosis

The four most prevalent forms of dementia are Alzheimer’s Disease, Vascular Dementia, Lewy Body Dementia, and Frontotemporal Dementia.  This two-hour class will explore the probable progression, treatment, and prognosis of dementia.  Additional time will be allotted for questions, discussions, support and learning from the instructor(s) and caregivers who understand the stresses of your situation. While this…

Family Caregiving

Although this is a four hour class in total, each session is presented as an individual segment, so participants do not need to attend any one to benefit from another. Caregivers are welcome to attend one, two or all classes, whatever suits your specific needs, interests and time constraints. Participation in these classes will provide…

Restorative Yoga and Deep Relaxation

Restorative Yoga utilizes a variety of props such as bolsters, blankets, and blocks to support the body and allow the breath to move freely, encouraging the muscles to relax the mind to quiet. Within a short time, this practice encourages you to become submerged in a deeply relaxed state and drop into the silent space…

Restorative Yoga and Deep Relaxation

Restorative Yoga utilizes a variety of props such as bolsters, blankets, and blocks to support the body and allow the breath to move freely, encouraging the muscles to relax the mind to quiet. Within a short time, this practice encourages you to become submerged in a deeply relaxed state and drop into the silent space…