17th Annual Caregiver Survival Skills Conference: The Power to Persevere

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As one of the official sponsors, Home Instead Senior Care is pleased to announce the 17th Annual Caregiver Survival Skills Conference: The Power to Persevere, will be held Friday, June 12th, from 8:30 am until 2:30 PM at the Conference Center at Mercy in Oklahoma City. The conference is designed to provide Caregivers a break from caregiving and to help them learn techniques to handle some of the every day challenges and struggles of caregiving. Oklahoma is estimated to have over 600,000 Caregivers according to the AARP. These Caregivers, who often are family members or friends, take responsibility for a patient’s day to day care and comfort often involving helping the patient with basic physical and medical care along with communicating with the patient’s health care provider. Many times this work is performed 24 hrs a day and 7 days a week without a break so Caregivers can really be stretched thin. The conference offers hope & encouragement, perspective and information to help Caregivers also take care of themselves and the issues they are dealing with.

Conference speakers will touch on subjects like the Power of Perspective, the Power of the Law, the Power of the Mind with the keynote speaker, Bruce McIntyre, speaking on the Power to Persevere. Mr. McIntyre is currently the Associate Director of the Parkinson Foundation of Oklahoma and the author of “Resilient Life” and “Graceful Transitions.”

In addition to all the speakers, the conference will provide lunch as well as a resource fair with representatives from over 25 local organizations and services in the community exhibiting. A suggested donation of $10 is requested to attend. For more information or to register, please call (405) 752-3803. Registration ends June 5, 2015. The conference is sponsored by Mercy Hospital, Home Instead Senior Care, Concordia Life Care Community, Sunbeam Family Services and Areawide Aging Agency.

Conference Location:    Mercy Hospital
The Conference Center at Mercy
4300 W Memorial Road
Oklahoma City, OK
(Free valet parking is available at the McAuley Building entrance)

Home Instead is proud to be a sponsor of the 17th Annual Caregiver Survival Skills Conference: The Power to Persevere

Founded in 1994 in Omaha, Nebraska, by Lori and Paul Hogan, the Home Instead Senior Care network provides personalized care, support and education to help enhance the lives of aging adults and their families. Today, Home Instead is the world’s leading provider of in-home care services for seniors, with more than 1,000 independently owned and operated franchises that are estimated to annually provide more than 50 million hours of care throughout the United States and 16 other countries. Local Home Instead Senior Care offices employ approximately 65,000 CAREGivers worldwide who provide basic support services that enable seniors to live safely and comfortably in their own homes for as long as possible. The Home Instead Senior Care network strives to partner with each client and his or her family members to help meet that individual’s needs. Services span the care continuum – from providing companionship and personal care to specialized Alzheimer’s care and hospice support, to offering family caregiver education and support. At Home Instead Senior Care, it’s relationship before task, while striving to provide superior quality service.

Sponsored Content: Home Instead Senior Care is the exclusive KFOR.com sponsor for 4 Seniors. Please visit http://KFOR.com/4seniors periodically to view news articles and information related to Oklahoma senior living.

To contact Home Instead Senior Care, please use the following phone numbers: Edmond – (405) 285-5510 or OKC – (405) 521-1963


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