The Brielle at Seaview and PSS Circle of Care are Hosting a Free Caregiver Conference
The Brielle at Seaview and PSS Circle of Care are partnering to host a free Caregiver Conference in celebration of National Family Caregivers Month.
While the conference is geared to New York caregivers, the general public is invited to gather at an educational space to celebrate themselves, and to acquire critical information about community support and resources as well as free services to which they are entitled. It’s all taking place on Friday, November 9, at The Commons at 145 Friendship Lane, Staten Island, at The Brielle at Seaview from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm.
“We will all become caregivers at one point in our lives. More than 1 million New Yorkers are unpaid family caregivers looking after a family member who is frail, chronically ill or has some form of memory loss. Our hope is that this conference will show the Staten Island community that help is here,” said Jennifer Sanchez, Care Consultant for PSS Circle of Care.
The conference will include exhibitors that serve caregivers and their families. The sessions include information about services not only crucial to the caregivers, but also to their loved ones on topics such as Self-Care, Nutrition and Community Resources.
For more information and registration for the Caregiver Conference, contact: JSanchez@pssusa.org. For more information about the next free Second Tuesday educational program presented by PSS Circle of Care at The Brielle, “Caregiving and the Holidays,” visit TheBrielle.com/Tuesdays.
About the Brielle at Seaview
The Brielle at Seaview, a non-profit retirement community, brings a holistic view to wellness and successful aging. Our sole purpose is to help you or your loved one live the best life you can by focusing on four key areas of wellness: social, intellectual, spiritual and physical engagement. Here you’ll always be among friends and enjoy the perfect balance of independence and qualified, caring support.
About PSS Circle of Care
PSS Circle of Care is supported by grants from the New York State Department of Health Alzheimer’s Disease Program and the U.S. Administration on Aging’s National Family Caregiver Support Program through the New York City Department for the Aging. It is a program of PSS (pssusa.org), a multi-service agency working for New York City’s older adults and their families since 1962.